Jun 28, 2014

North Pole moving towards Russia -- ESA SWARM measurements

Remember, the real concern of a pole flip is the overall weakening of the Earth's magnetic field, allowing various dangerous cosmic rays in that don't normally reach us.  In the event of a complete collapse, it is possible we might see the "sky rolled away".

The European Space Agency SWARM satellites have returned the first sets of data, allowing animations to be made. Just released on June 20, 2014. They have now projected a track for the North Pole to take by 2019. Moving into Russian waters across the North Pole (out of Canada into the Arctic North).

Full website post here, with links to the ESA SWARM page: