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Non-Uniform Structure Of Earth Is Interesting, Important and Could Result in a Large Rotational Change

stock here: there is a lot here. It could provide support for a large movement in the spin direction of the Planet Earth, combined with a large movement in the Earth Magnetic Poles, upcoming Micro-nova, and Incoming Galactic Current Sheet. It’s kind of a crap shoot on what kind of survival and preparations might best be targeted!?

The Earth is not uniformly distributed, unlike the cutesy cutaway cross sections showing the mantle and such.

A number of hotspots detail some of these non-homogeneity.


Veritasium studies the “Intermediate Axis Theorum” or the Janibekov’s effect. He assures us that the Earth won’t flip to a non-uniform axis. “An Element of the Truth”

Suspicious Observers thinks that in a Micro-Nova event, the Earth’s crust might unlock at the Low Velocity area and Greenland might become the equatorial rotation zone.

I am far from sure of this “unlock” part. But not at all unsure about the Janibekov’s motion if an additional force pushes a multi-quintillion ton object over “the edge”. I mean what does it take an object with a just barely imperfect XYZ inertial axis difference to do the JBK Flip?

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Suspicious Observers has noted that the catastrophe cycles tend to do the most damage to particular areas of Earth, with the previous area of greatest impact/damage typically somewhat spared. As well as abrupt changes in Earth’s crust, the oceans may get involved in continental scale ‘splashing’, and Earth-weather-impacting volcanic activity increases much. The particular angle and location of Earth in relation to Sun, and the size and precise direction of any major solar ‘burp’, seems to be a crap shoot.

The occasional occurrence of major comet/asteroid collision with the Earth is another wild card.

But in the end, life has gone on; butterflies and birds and bees and microorganisms and trees and fish and reptiles and animals and flowers etc. surviving the catastrophe itself, and enjoying and struggling for life during the relatively peaceful period before the next abrupt catastrophe.

LOL I notice you didn’t mention “large mammals”. Sharks, turtles do quite well in the micro-novas, the “Great Reset” of our Local Yellow Dwarf

I am feeling rather guilty of diverting your very interesting points above off into another subject.

But stray I will, guilt or no guilt.

If the dozens of species of large mammals lost in North America during the period associated with the Younger Dryas, (including it would seem most all of Clovis culture) the stories of evidence of very sudden flash freezing of mammoths – mammoths were extremely numerous on Earth as shown for example by the vast quantities of tusks left behind – have always fascinated me.

That is, very large numbers of very large mammals wiped out, and some flash frozen. It’s pretty hard to quickly freeze part of a cold body – say a big pork ham – let alone a warm blooded living mammoth mammoth.

Now no matter when this flash freezing occurred, that at some point flash freezing of mammoths did occur points to some pretty catastrophic event that involved a very sudden very extreme cooling.

Space is pretty cold. Could a cosmic event of some kind combine to produce extremely high winds and cause a temporary intrusion of ‘space weather’ onto Earth’s surface?

Here is Oppenheimer Ranch Project Diamond on the mammoth mystery. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XmHpUi0sgvQ

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