Re: Arctic was tropical
May 31, 2006 01:32 PM
Most interesting, thanks.
HPB states that earth axis changes are periodical.
We might be near one now. But I couldn't say what does the word "near" actually mean in this case.
Possibly present ecological-geological events (and up to 2012-2020) will not include one such change in the axis position.
I've been told that even if that happened, satellite comunications would not be suddenly "finished".
Yet our planet seems to be ecologically-geologically preparing for something. Look at the volcanoes awakening in different places and at the earthquakes. Deforestation worldwide and CO2 excess help triggering things impossible to foresee.
Regards, Carlos Cardoso Aveline.
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Assunto:Theos-World Scientists say Arctic once was tropical
> I just saw the news item that scientists have come to the conclusion that
> Arctic was once tropical. It should be no surprise to to readers of SD.
> Scientists theorize that Arctic may have frozen due to climatic conditions.
> SD explains it due to shifting of earth's axis with is a very simple
> explanation. Keep tuned. One of these days scientists may confirm the
> correctness of SD statement on this issue.
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