There is a great deal of geological
evidence that the earth has not had a
pole shift in the recent past. Ice core samples from the north and south polar
area show undisturbed ice for over 100,000 years.
The Hawaiian Islands are also
proof. The Hawaiian Island chain is still being
created by the Pacific Plate sliding over a hotspot, an area where heat from
the earth's core is escaping through the mantle and crust. As the Pacific
Plate drifts westward, the hotspot stays in place forming new islands. There
are 70 million years of history recorded in the islands, including a change
in direction 43 million years ago. If the crust had been sliding around as the
Zeta's claim, the islands would not show a 70 million year movement of the
Note: A recent paper suggests
that hotspots may move. This might indicate
a different direction for the motion of the plates than had been predicted,
however we still have 70 million years of history in the Hawaiian Islands hotspot.
More to come...