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How close are we to a Polar Shift?

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Old 06-28-2009, 02:19 AM
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Default How close are we to a Polar Shift?



Apparently we are overdue a Polar shift and Ive been reading several articles about them. As much as I understand, it is a natural process the Earth goes through. I've heard how the Earth loses its magnetic field once the Polar shift begins, is this true? Is there any way to prove it? Also if the Earth's magnetic force was to stop, the cosmic radiation from the sun would literally destroy life on Earth.. Or would it? Wouldn't it be possible to hide underground to protect us from the radiation?
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