A recent theory put forth by Brent Miller of the Horizon Project suggests that there is historical evidence that the slow moving theory of Pangea, which is generally accepted by most geologists, is not exactly accurate. According to the Horizon Project, it did not take some 200 million years for the continents to reach their current locations, but rather, a violent and rapid destabilization of the Earth’s crust caused Pangea to break up rather quickly, over a period of weeks or months, as opposed to eons.
Though hard to believe at first, according to Miller, the idea that changes on the Earth require millions of years is not always correct and the breakup of Pangea was one such event, likely caused by what is referred to as a “pole shift,” when the North and South poles of the earth shift from one point to another. Such an event would then lead to a rapid, almost immediate destabilization of the Earth’s crust, literally causing continents to break apart, and in some cases, to be completely submerged thousands of feet below the oceans. The story of the mythical city of Atlantis could be one such example of a civilization that was completely wiped out by this type of event.
A visual of this rapid destabilization effect is offered in the blockbuster movie 2012, in which the state of California, from the San Andreas fault line all the way to Las Vegas falls off the map of the Earth. And while the movie 2012 is considered science fiction, there may be some scientific validity to it if the research conducted by Brent Miller and his team is to be believed.
Finding modern day evidence for this, however, is hard to come by. But, a glimmer of hope for Miller’s pole shift / crust destabilization theory may be found in recent activity along the Pacific and Australian tectonic plates, which led to a large earthquake measuring 7.1 on the Richter scale in the country of New Zealand:
The earthquake that devastated a city in New Zealand tore open a new 11ft faultine in the Earthâ€™s surface.
The 7.1-magnitude quake which hit Christchurch, the countryâ€™s second-largest city, destroyed about 500 buildings and caused an estimated Â£930million of damage.
The quake was caused by the continuing collision between the Pacific and Australian tectonic plates, said Professor Mark Quigley, of Canterbury University.
â€˜One side of the Earth has lurched to the right … up to 11ft and in some places been thrust up,â€™ he said. â€˜We went and saw two houses that were completely snapped in half by the earthquake.â€™
source: Daily Mail
Whether or not a similar but more powerful event caused Pangea to break up as a result of a pole shift remains to be proven. After all, we’re talking about geologic movements spanning hundreds of miles, as opposed to a mere eleven feet.Â But, we may very well experience such an event in the near future if the Horizon Project’s estimation that a new pole shift will occur on December 21, 2012 proves to be correct.
The Horizon Project estimates that the Earth is about to cross over the rumored Central Galactic Plane, believed to be an area of significant electro-magnetic and gravitational disturbance resulting from the super-massive black hole at the center of the Milky Way galaxy. Crossing the plane will ultimately lead to a shift in the Earth’s pole, according to Miller, resulting in what can only be deemed Armageddon.
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