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SIGNIFICANT UPDATE: WOBBLE SHIFT ACCELERATING MORE PROBABLE THAN NOT

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  • Michael Mandeville
    PHOENIX FIVE EARTH CHANGES BULLETIN January 28, 2013 by MW Mandeville (Black Canyon City, Arizona) BULLETIN ITEM: SIGNIFICANT UPDATE: WOBBLE SHIFT
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      PHOENIX FIVE EARTH CHANGES BULLETIN
      January 28, 2013 by MW Mandeville (Black Canyon City, Arizona)



      BULLETIN ITEM: SIGNIFICANT UPDATE: WOBBLE SHIFT ACCELERATING MORE PROBABLE THAN NOT

      MWM original research report:

      MORE PROBABLE THAN NOT: the rate of acceleration in the shift of the average location of the North Pole continues to increase. Based on current numbers of IERS location projections through the end of February 2013, it "appears" that there has been a significant shift in the average location of the North Pole since 2005. This shift may measure in the range of a few feet and if so this shift will be greater than any yet seen in the 20th century. NOTICE: This is based on preliminary view and analysis of predicted IERS numbers. A precise conclusion will not be available for several weeks.

      It appears that the Perihelion moment rather precisely caught the Wobble at its Y MIN location (January 1, 2013) while the Moon was still strongly in FULL Phase (nearly 180 phase differential with the Moon).

      Wobble Motion on the X Axis is now truncating rapidly. Truncation to MIN motion is predicted to occur on February 25, 2013. Since this is a gap of less than 60 days on a motion which on average should have nearly 90 degrees of phase separation on the X and Y Axis, it is likely that the Wobble MIN moment (the time every seven years when the Earth Axis wobbles very little) is at hand and a new cycle of the seven year Wobble cycle is about to begin.

      This new cycle likely will begin with approximately a 30 phase shift. The new Wobble Spiral will begin at very near the current "average" location of the Spin Axis and this spot likely will be a few feet to the East and the South than the average location 7 years ago. More of less, it "appears" at the moment that the slow drift of the Spin Axis is moving more towards Northern Europe now than towards North America. Be advised it will take a few weeks to finalize these appearances. Also remember, these are "appearances". In actuality, the crust (and Northern Europe) may be moving closer to the North Spin Axis.

      I finally decided to wade through the changes made in IERS databases and Excel 2010 Spreadsheet/Graphing software. The combination of shifts kept my head mismatching things for several hours but I have finally engineered a new personal solution to downloading, conversion, and displays. I have Wobble Tracker working again with a manual update method.

      For a definitive "hard" update on the current dynamic update of Polar Motion (the wobble and its drift) I will wait until about the end of March. It will take that long, probably, to witness the shifting of the axis on the X plot and get IERS "final smoothed values" (numbers which eliminate daily fluctuations created by weather and tidal forces).

      The signicance of these changes in the Wobble likely are very important.

      1. They play into the long speculated "pole shift" predictions/prophecies. Any such shifting of the poles must contend with the immense ineratia of the mass of the Earth's crust and the breaking effect of the slightly oblate shape (relative to the inner core). A shifting of the poles likely will provide significant advance notice with a gradual acceleration in the change of the location of the Spin Axis from year to year. It also MUST be attended by an increase in volcanism and seismic activity as the crust gradually fractures and spreads enough to soften its slightly oblate shape so that the crust can move as a whole over the Equator. During the past 70 years strong evidence has emerged that there is an acceleration of all such motions and activity in the crust and relative location of the spin axis. These "earth changes" have occurred very closely in parrallel with predictions made by Edgar Cayce. This rate is still quite slow

      2. The changes in the Wobble this past seven years explain very well what is happening in the Arctic. The increased melting of the polar ice likely results from increased heat flow into the bottom of the Arctic from the spreading rifts (which are spreading now more rapidly) which run its length. There is no other way to explain it because it is impossible for a one degree change in the average temperature of the Earth's atmosphere to melt any significant amount of ice.




      Best Wishes, Michael Wells Mandeville,
      The Hills of Arizona USA at mwman@...

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