At some point, this
destabilizes the earth's
This happens either slowly (conservative version)
This causes slippage
of all or much of earth's outer crust around the earth's core.
At the extreme, a plate area formerly at the
Equator could end up at or
near a pole. The area of crust at, let's say Antarctica, could end
up at or near the Equator.
The results are globally catastrophic.
This view is not focused on shifting magnetic poles but on
shifting geographic poles.
The most radical view assumes the most radical
alteration and destruction. The least radical view assumes the most
minor alterations and no destruction.
If you are totally new to all of this, you probably
want an introduction to what has in recent years become the dominant
view of what makes the earth's surface the way it is. This view says
that movement of the earth's gigantic plates is, with the exception
of earthquakes, exceedingly slow. The early version of this view was
called continental drift. It evolved into the theory called plate
tectonic. If you would like to go directly to a discussion of that
view, go here.
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