Re: Jan 25th Havas Images
Jim Scotti wrote in message <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Chosp wrote on Wed, 29 Jan 2003 23:41:15 GMT:
> :C It wouldn't really matter much because if there really actually was
> :C a 90 degree physical pole-shift in one hour (as described by the
> :C Nancy Lieder scenario) there would not be a single living human being
> :C on the planet. There would not be a single living organism of any type.
> :C There would not even be a solid surface left.
> :C The crust would melt & liquify under that kind of acceleration. The oceans
> :C would be entirely displaced by the 6000+ mph acceleration and would
> :C boil from the heat generated in the crust. A 6000 mph wind generated
> :C by the atmosphere being left behind as the earth accelerates out from
> :C under it is sufficient to destroy any and all above surface structures.
> :C The melting of the crust takes care of the rest.
> :C Such a thing has obviously not occured in historical times and can
> :C be considered positive evidence refuting Nancy Lieder.
> :C End of story.
> Not just on historical timescales, but geologic timescales as well.
> There is absolutely no evidence in the geologic record of such an event
> happening in at least the last 3+ Billion years, as evidence Earth rocks
> at least that old. (For example the Australian Continent appears to be a
> very old piece of Earths crust, but then Australia might be a hoax since
> I've never been there to see it myself....) Further, what would happen
> to the Moon during such an event? The angular momentum changes alone
> must have some affect on it and wouldn't it's pole shift as well
> (presuming it didn't get torn from orbit!)? Apollo found rocks older
> than 4 Billion years. Oh, sorry, I forgot, Bart Sibrel says that all
> that was faked.
Well, I'm glad there is no evidence that the entire crust of the earth has
melted within the last 3+ billion years. It shouldn't have a problem with
melting then when it shifts this time. As for the moon, from what I know it
does not have a molten core so shouldn't be subject to any pole-shifts.
> Jim Scotti
> Lunar & Planetary Laboratory
> University of Arizona