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Old Jun 13th 2018, 08:38 PM   #1
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Could a large Coronal Mass Ejection shift Earth's rotational axis

Very strong rumours that an explosive CME is about to happen within a few years .....

Corey Goode was shown a simulation , by friendly ETs , of what we can expect ...

There is a massive release of plasma by the sun , centered mainly around the sun's equator , on Earth an observable change in light output ... after an undisclosed length of time , the plasma reaches Earth ,penetrates the atmosphere in a localised spot burning the land ... and the Earth's rotational axis shifts by 10's degrees .... tidal waves , hurricane winds , some land rises , other falls ....

The Earth has a tremendous moment of inertia ... could charged particles interacting with the earth's magnetic field ,really be strong enough to change the earth's axis ???

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My immediate (knee-jerk) reaction is no,
but it might be instructive for someone (else) to do some calculations...

Large CMEs can certainly create massive disruption.
The interaction of the plasma with the earths magnetic field create vast electrical currents
which in turn can induce damaging surges in our electrical distribution networks.

There are indications that CMEs can have an effect of terrestrial weather,
but the effect is quite subtle, and is not even fully accepted to exist.

Extreme CMEs could potentially be disastrous, but not in the manner described.
As Oz suggests, I think the energy required to tilt the Earth would be too great,
and besides the mechanism of a CMEs interaction with the Earth would not be such as to impart a rotational impulse.
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Old Jun 14th 2018, 05:44 AM   #3
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... besides the mechanism of a CMEs interaction with the Earth would not be such as to impart a rotational impulse.
Not a rotational impulse , which would result in a change of rotational speed, just a change in orientation of the axis ....

Charged particles speeding towards the Earth, when close , must push on the magnetic field of the Earth , which must be passed onto the Earth itself ,the push must be at a pole and this must push the axis .... not the same as a gravitational pull , say from a passing mass , which will only pull the Earth as whole and not affect the axis of rotation.

Clearly CMEs as we know them , have almost no effect , the rotational axis has been remarkably unmoved for all the time accurate measurements have been made...

A CME occurs on the sun , it takes days for the plasma to reach us , and the reaction of the plasma with Earth's field can cause an EMP ....

This predicted event will possibly be millions of times more powerful , perhaps the EMP at source on the sun will be strong enough to effect all electronics here ... If so we will see a visible change in the sun , instantly an electrical blackout , and we have perhaps a day to get to high ground before the plasma hits and changes the axis ....

It's wise to be prepared.
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Wink So many ways to die horribly and painfully

There are so many disaster scenarios
It is simply impossible to prepare for them all.

I plan to lie on my sofa with some strong drugs
and let the survivalists battle it out.

But seriously Oz, I don't believe that this is an issue worth worrying about
Global warming will get you well before this freak CME.
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I plan to lie on my sofa with some strong drugs
and let the survivalists battle it out.
Until then, may I borrow some of those drugs?
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Old Jun 15th 2018, 01:24 AM   #6
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Exclamation Be Prepared

Sorry but I'm saving them for the apocalypse
(You've got to be prepared)
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Old Jun 15th 2018, 03:55 AM   #7
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Sorry but I'm saving them for the apocalypse
In common parlance 'apocalypse' has come to mean "any larger-scale catastrophic event, or chain of detrimental events" ...fits an axis tilt perfectly .

But originally ..."An apocalypse (Ancient Greek: ἀποκάλυψις apokálypsis, from ἀπό and καλύπτω, literally meaning "an uncovering") is a disclosure of knowledge "...

What is this knowledge that humanity is ignorant of ????

It's that ETs have been secretly playing a manipulating game throughout our history ... a few very wealthy families (rothschilds , european royalty) have been working with these negative ETs to suppress humanities development , keep us embroiled in endless wars. They have created a secret breakaway space faring civilisation composed of millions from earth , who live in bases on mars , the moon and elsewhere.

The expected solar event will knock out all electronics , end the rule of the cabal. Immediately after this apocalypse , those humans , mostly military personnel, who work in the SSP will return to Earth to render aid , along with helpful ETs ... they will bring the super advanced tech the cabal has been keeping from us , and explain to bewildered humanity our true history ... this is the disclosure of knowledge ..

This is how things are expected to play out ....according to information from dozens of whistleblowers from the SSP.
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Ummmm.... Yeah.

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