I have set up an interview with one of the worlds leading geophysicists specializing in Earth Core dynamics. His name is Dr. Peter Olson, Professor of Geophysical Fluid Dynamics, Johns Hopkins University, Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences.
Dr. Olson, along with Dr. Gary A. Glatzmaier, Dr. Robert S. Coeb, Dr. Peter E. Driscoll, and Dr. Paul H. Roberts have recently published their discoveries in the scientific journal ‘Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors’. Their research has been acknowledged and supported by the National Science Foundation.
Why you need to read this and understand what it means:
I have been interviewing the top scientists of the world in various scientific disciplines. I can tell you – Dr. Peter Olson and Dr. Gary Glatzmaier are two of the leading geophysicists in the entire scientific world community regarding the Earth’s core. When they talk – everybody listens.
In my brief phone conversation with Peter Olson in setting up our interview which will be held later this month, he mentioned as part of their recent findings, they may have charted the illusive signs and symptoms of a “pole reversal”.
What you need to hear – is a pole reversal may occur sooner than anyone conceived. Furthermore, their findings suggest is far less time between the beginnings of a reversal event, and the event itself. It was originally thought we would witness a decade or two of a ‘bouncing North Pole’ prior to a full reversal event. Now it is believed it could happen in short order.
What I will write below – is a very brief definition of what has been discovered. I will be doing this in “scientific-ese” to address those of the scientific community who follow Earth Changes Media. Next week I will write a more complete article in a way most everyone will understand — and I must say — you really do need to understand.
The scientific team of Olson et al, have analyzed more than two hundred and forty magnetic polarity reversals and excursions over forty million years of time from numerical (1)dynamos with (2)heterogeneous boundary heat flux.
Comparisons between a dynamo with uniform boundary heat flux – dynamos with boundary heat flux patterns consisting of a single spherical harmonic – and dynamos with (3)tomographic heat flux patterns proportional to the large-scale lateral variation of seismic shear wave velocity in the lower mantle reveal that boundary heat flux (4)heterogeneity, tends to increase the average frequency of polarity reversals relative to uniform boundary conditions, particularly if the heterogeneity increases the average equatorial heat flux.
***Watch for next weeks article on the Earth’s core and coming Pole Shift***
(1) Dynamo – The dynamo theory proposes a mechanism by which a celestial body such as the Earth or a star generates a magnetic field. The theory describes the process through which a rotating, convecting, and electrically conducting fluid can maintain a magnetic field over astronomical time.
(2) Heterogeneous – an adjective used to describe an object or system consisting of multiple items having a large number of structural variations.
(3) Tomographic – imaging by sections or sectioning, through the use of waves of energy.
(4) Heterogeneity – an adjective used to describe an object or system consisting of multiple items having a large number of structural variations.