2012 Pole Shift Data Coverup

Discussion in 'Educational Resources' started by DollarBondsCL, Mar 14, 2012.

  1. Eight


    Everybody thinks the earth is really, really old. I don't see much proof of that let alone evidence. Once you sort out the bad logic and huge assumptions involved it's easy to just look around and realize that the earth doesn't have to be that old at all. It's nearing the end of it's life! More quakes, the magnetic pole is wandering away, etc... the evidence for the previous pole shifts is ginned up pretty muchly too.
  2. I don't think age has anything to do with it
    Age is irrelevant.

    Earth could be 10 billion years old and could have had 100 million pole shifts.

    Age doesn't really mean anything