Most people would agree that there are a lot of strange occurrences in our world: birds falling dead from the air, fish and animals dying, changes in animal’s navigation senses, unsettled people, and more and more significant earth events. Just last night, while my 80 pound shepherd played with my neighbor’s milk quart sized pup, my neighbor and I briefly discussed the latest world events.
“Things are just weird in the world,” she said.
Yesterday, after hearing more news, I wish I could have a cup of coffee with someone who knows about geomagnetics–study of the earth’s magnets–or one of the other earth sciences on high alert these days. Preferably, someone who could use simple terms to explain what we hear and see.
I’d ask: Is the earth experiencing something like the first shake of a snow globe?
Months ago, there were news reports that Earth’s magnetic pole had shifted enough that an international airport in Florida closed temporarily. Apparently, it isn’t unusual that some runway’s landing designations must be renumbered because of the slight shifts in the earth’s magnetic poles. That is what happened in Florida. The magnetic north (what a compass points to) shifts a little because of magnetic changes in the core of Earth.
Then, the odd reports of bird and animal deaths all over the world…
Yesterday, I read a NASA scientist’s response to questions about the Supermoon phenomena, which he says is when the moon is closest to the earth in its orbit and appears larger. Apparently, when the phenomena occurs during a full moon, the moon appears very, very close to earth. Yet, what is intriguing is when they say the phenomena “should not affect the internal energy of the earth due to lunar tides… convection…and other aspects of the internal energy balance that drives plate tectonics.”
After reading article upon article, it seems each phenomena–Supermoon and magnetic pole shift–raises more questions than has answers, even for scientists.
In light of that, an article on the simultaneous occurrence of both might be extremely difficult to explain (and read!), but I am searching for it. It should be interesting.
Yet, one thing is for certain…
God knows what is going on!
And, when I think of what has taken place over the last few years that could be related to energy shifts, I can’t get the image out of my mind–a snow globe, getting that first little tilt, before we take a long look inside.
As for the scientific reports, because of what is happening, I won’t be surprised if I have to tap on my electronics or if my cell phone signal drops more often. I will definitely keep my bank account balance and transactions nearby… on paper! And now that I think about it, I’d better practice capturing images in darkness so I can get great shots of God’s light set to govern the night.
Do you suppose scientists know that God said in Holy Scripture that the moon is His faithful witness in the sky?
It is all so interesting!