Friday, October 27, 2006

The Great Shift, and an Eye in the Sky

Magnetic Fields, and the great shift of 2012:

Ah, some food for thought. According to Scientific studies, our magnetic poles have reversed themselves, apparently hundreds of times. Magnetic fields can disappear and reappear, shift and change at any time. And our field is weakening, and will eventually disappear. JEREMY BLOXHAM (Harvard University): The question is not if that's going to happen, it's when that's going to happen.

Could this be the great shift the Mayans were referring to? Of course, scientists say this won’t happen for hundreds of years. They always say that. Then, one day, like Global Warming, its ever closer!

Read on, and think about it!

Artificial Intelligence is all around us:

It’s true. Its not a myth anymore, though its not nearly as developed as, say, Cyberdyne systems. But, I find this very interesting, and you can think for yourself about the possible implications, derivations, or repercussions. But read here about the satellite ‘Earth Observing 1.’ Apparently, this ‘smart computer’ inside the satellite monitors the earth, and re-prioritizes what it is observing when something unforeseen occurs.

We programmed it to notice things that change (like the plume of a volcano) and take appropriate action," Chien explains. EO-1 can re-organize its own priorities to study volcanic eruptions, flash-floods, forest fires, disintegrating sea-ice—in short, anything unexpected.”


At 2:05 PM, Anonymous yomama said...

actually, most scientists interviewed on the show (Nova, yeah I saw it) agree that the likely most common effect of a magnetic field reversal is that people in lower lattitudes will be able to see the aurora borealis - pretty cool if you ask me. they also agree that magnetic north constantly shifts and that a-holes like sailors have none this for centuries and that is why they use the horizon and the stars for navigation and not just magnetic compases. of course it could cause a hodeous end as well.


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