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Feb 12, 2011

The Magnetic Poles Switching Places Will Create Planetary Superstorms?

The latest crazy doomsday theory is upon us, and unlike the two suns story, there isn't even really a grain of truth behind this one. This new theory says that the magnetic poles will shift in the near future (which, in all likelihood, they won't, at least not in human time scales), and that this will change our climate (which maybe it could, but not nearly as much as the drastic change we're already experiencing), all this will somehow create superstorms, and this somehow probably all ties into 2012 somehow.  

36 comments:

MichellAnderson said...

sweet dude

Rondariel said...

Even if the poles swapped places all that would happen is that compasses will point in opposite directions...

meandmythinkingcap said...

so Mayans are rite. Eagerly waiting for movie before 2012:)

TheKindredOne said...

i love the doomsday theorys lol watch the one on penn and teller bullshit so good

Daan said...

wow awesome

swagdigital said...

These theory always amuse me. We'll see...

runewake2 said...

We're all going to die!

Hart said...

Bring it.

Chris said...

We are fucked!

displayed said...

all that and the hydron accelerator, its the end of the world!

Penguin Master said...

more proof of how nature rules and man has little impact on the earth.

phil said...

It's reckone that the poles have already swapped around once before, when the meteorite wiped out the dinosaurs

Lost.in.Idaho said...

I'm waiting for someone to say "the poles will switch places if God wills it..." :)

Innovations said...

To answer your question: No.

Nathan King said...

I've heard of this before, it's supposed to be pretty devastating for the earth.

Anon Reader said...

Not the compasses, please. ANYTHING BUT THE COMPASSES!

Tsipise said...

Let's hope it doesn't. It's already bad enough.

Poetry of the Day said...

something and some how lolo

poetry

SuciƓ Sanchez said...

I heard the problem was caused by millions of SUV-sized chunks of steel driving around disturbing the Earth's magnetic field. Time to buy some non-stable Lorenz attractor credits to offset my conductor emissions.

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and then there was METAL said...

i hope i dont die!


-metalcore

Stuff that matters, stuff that don't said...

I think this is the one apocalypse scenario that will actually happen. Probably not in our lives though.

Adolph Gingerhorn said...

does this mean all the stuff i have stuck to my fridge is gonna fall off.

FantasyFreak1 said...

This is awesome!

Uklaxer38 said...

good post man. im followin

Lordarcus said...

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Kerykeion said...

yea we dont have to worry about something like this killing us, but it could fuck things up for birds because they direct themselves using magnetic force.

Patwa said...

nice blog ,followed

Major.Mack said...

great post

Fighthesky said...

I vote that we create a wheel of DOOM.

On this wheel of DOOM we will paste all of our favorite DOOMsday theories and spin to decide which one to freak out about today!

Con Queso said...

Yea I read about the magnetic poles switching a few years ago hah.

Consider_The_Following said...

I'm sure it's *massive tornado destroys everything*

MRanthrope said...

Damn those Mayans for scaring the shit out of us thousands of years later.

Ramsay said...

The mayan decided to cause stress on the people who would take over their society by planting this, they've cursed us!

And this theory is quite laughable, does anyone say how the poles would go about switching all of a sudden?

Sidewayz said...

it is possible though it wont necessarily be a swap the magnetic pole could very well shift to Australia. Very well could have effects on communications with the change allowing for solar radiation into areas with human population.

Btw if that pic on your profile is you then you are possibly the perfect girl haha.

Andy86 said...

It's all theory of course. The vast sums of money these scientists get to waffle on and scare us to bits is truly baffling.