Hi everyone. I received this e-mail last night sometime and as I began to read it my stomach began to wrench. I felt like it was a worthy story to share with the readers. I don’t know what the hell is going on in this world we live in today but what I do know is there is information out there that you and I are not privy to. Thankful there are people like Mr. John Berbatis and Alexander Backman. I have copied the e-mail in full and you can see for yourselves the links and all. Take what you want from this. I’m not trying to scaremonger anyone but like the e-mail states “Relaying the harsh reality…”
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Subject: FWD: Earth in Crisis.
Relaying the harsh reality….
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Subject: Earth in Crisis.
From: “john berbatis” <email@example.com>
Date: 1/11/14 2:53 pm
To:Earth in Crisis.
Majia H. Nadesan, communications professor in the area of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences at Arizona State University, an exception to the rule of bought and paid for academicians, a person of honesty, wisdom, no little amount of courage and a holistic understanding of nature.
Her newest book, “Fukushima And The Privatization Of Risk,” is a strong reminder that the Pandora’s Box of nuclear gremlins released into the world during the past two centuries is damaging the genomic integrity of homo sapiens and other species. Though you and I might survive Fukushima’s radiation (or die younger than we should have), future generations of humans and earthy organisms may suffer trans generational mutations that could ultimately lead to extinction. Of course, humanity has already triggered the Earth’s sixth great extinction episode due to habitat destruction, poaching, pollution, war, etc.
The information at the end of your e-mail is especially important about the “humming” noises.
These are caused by shifts in the multi-dimensional electromagnetic pressure pattern on Earth, which gets its ‘directional shift’ from EMF (electromagnetic field)communication between the [Earth] inner core, the sun and other cosmic forces.
Of course, this is not broadcasted by NASA, and so-called local officials play ‘dumb’ as to the ‘source’.
But essentially, it means a lot of dimensional ‘bending’ is occurring, which is the reason why so many planetary forces are going haywire at this time.
Simon CC: firstname.lastname@example.org
“In both cases, even though the causes of acoustic-gravity waves are of a quite understandable geophysical nature, they are indicative of the expected significant increase in solar activity and the geodynamic activity of our planet. There is no doubt that processes in the core rule the internal energy of our planet, therefore, we should expect by the end of 2012 a sharp rise in strong earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, tsunamis and extreme weather events with peak levels in 2013 – 2014.” Dr. Elchin Khalilov, a geophysicist and a professor in Azerbaijan. Jan 2012_______________________________________________________Pole Shift by John White
What will happen during a pole shift.
“The ultimate disaster! Enormous tidal waves will roll across the continents as oceans become displaced from their basins. Hurricane winds of hundreds of miles per hour will scour the planet. Earthquakes greater than any ever measured will change the shape of the continents. Volcanoes will pour out huge lava flows, along with poisonous gases and choking ash. Climates will change instantly, and the geography of the globe will be radically altered. If the pole shift is less than a full 180 degrees, the polar ice caps will melt rapidly, raising sea levels, while new icecaps will begin to build. And large numbers of organisms, including the human race, will be decimated or even become extinct, with signs of their existence hidden under thick layers of sediment and debris or at the bottom of newly established seas…”___________________Endgame for Humanity by John Berbatis.The initial impact of such an apocalypse would cause 700-900 metre-high tsunamis moving at a rate of 800 to 1000 km per hour towards the coastal regions with a wind velocity of 1200 km per hour, causing firestorms. Existing landmasses would suddenly disappear, while new ones would be abruptly thrown up as well as nuclear reactors and petro-chemical storage facilities being ruptured. Such events would cause massive shock waves and huge electro-magnetic disturbances and may also alter the electro-magnetic polarity of the earth. Human survivors will then suffer from deprivation of potable water, food, shelter, hygiene and sanitation, and witness economic, social plus political breakdown on an unimaginable scale. Those who survived the initial upheaval would wish they had not.
The altered position of the ice-covered regions will then be subjected to a greater concentration of the sun’s radiation, and this, in turn, accelerates the melting of the ice. The result of this is rapid flooding of low-lying regions.
Vast quantities of volcanic debris and gases will envelop the planet after crust displacement, causing global freezing conditions for two to three years, making agriculture impossible. Euthanasia pills will need to be made readily available to people by governments.================================================Editor,
Just discovered the info on Jan 15.
To: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com;firstname.lastname@example.org (PM, L of O, Greens leader & Minister.)
Subject: Clear & present danger. Scientists find East Antarctica is sliding sideways.
Date: Tue, 14 Jan 2014 09:21:10 +0800Ministers for what’s left of the environment.
To: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
Subject: Scientists find East Antarctica is sliding sideways
Date: Tue, 14 Jan 2014 09:02:34 +0800
December 13, 2013 – ANTARCTICA – It’s official: East Antarctica is pushing West Antarctica around. Now that West Antarctica is losing weight–that is, billions of tons of ice per year–its softer mantle rock is being nudged westward by the harder mantle beneath East Antarctica. The discovery comes from researchers led by The Ohio State University, who have recorded GPS measurements that show West Antarctic bedrock is being pushed sideways at rates up to about twelve millimeters–about half an inch–per year. This movement is important for understanding current ice loss on the continent, and predicting future ice loss. They reported the results on Thursday, Dec. 12 at the American Geophysical Union meeting in San Francisco. Half an inch doesn’t sound like a lot, but it’s actually quite dramatic compared to other areas of the planet, explained Terry Wilson, professor of earth sciences at Ohio State. Wilson leads POLENET, an international collaboration that has planted GPS and seismic sensors all over the West Antarctic Ice Sheet. She and her team weren’t surprised to detect the horizontal motion. After all, they’ve been using GPS to observe vertical motion on the continent since the 1990′s. They were surprised, she said, to find the bedrock moving towards regions of greatest ice loss. ‘From computer models, we knew that the bedrock should rebound as the weight of ice on top of it goes away,” Wilson said.
“But the rock should spread out from the site where the ice used to be. Instead, we see movement toward places where there was the most ice loss.” The seismic sensors explained why. By timing how fast seismic waves pass through the earth under Antarctica, the researchers were able to determine that the mantle regions beneath east and west are very different. West Antarctica contains warmer, softer rock, and East Antarctica has colder, harder rock. Stephanie Konfal, a research associate with POLENET, pointed out that where the transition is most pronounced, the sideways movement runs perpendicular to the boundary between the two types of mantle. She likened the mantle interface to a pot of honey. “If you imagine that you have warm spots and cold spots in the honey, so that some of it is soft and some is hard”” Konfal said, “and if you press down on the surface of the honey with a spoon, the honey will move away from the spoon, but the movement won’t be uniform.
The hard spots will push into the soft spots. And when you take the spoon away, the soft honey won’t uniformly flow back up to fill the void, because the hard honey is still pushing on it.” Or, put another way, ice compressed West Antarctica’s soft mantle. Some ice has melted away, but the soft mantle isn’t filling back in uniformly, because East Antarctica’s harder mantle is pushing it sideways. The crust is just along for the ride. This finding is significant, Konfal said, because we use these crustal motions to understand ice loss. “We’re witnessing expected movements being reversed, so we know we really need computer models that can take lateral changes in mantle properties into account.” Wilson said that such extreme differences in mantle properties are not seen elsewhere on the planet where glacial rebound is occurring. “We figured Antarctica would be different,” she said. “We just didn’t know how different.” –Space Daily
_________________________Rotational Wobble (Chandler’s). The Crust presents the earth with an unbalanced distribution of weight, even a small (10 centimeters) displacement of the crust would cause the earth to wobble more (which ironically could induce more crustal displacement, thus causing more wobble, thus causing more displacement, etc.) Added bulges from the expansion beneath the crust would worsen the imbalance. The diameter at the equator is 43 kilometres more than the rest of the Earth’s surface, due to centrifugal forces.The result of the Western Antarctic ice sheet dislodging.
“In a polar region there is a continual deposition of ice, which is not symmetrically distributed about the pole. The earth’s rotation acts on these asymmetrically deposited masses [of ice], and produces centrifugal momentum that is transmitted to the rigid crust of the earth. The constantly increasing centrifugal momentum produced in this way will, when it has reached a certain point, produce a movement of the earth’s crust over the rest of the earth’s body, and this will displace the polar regions toward the equator.”
A foreword by Prof. Albert Einstein in The Earth’s Shifting Crust by Prof. Charles Hapgood.
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