Revised rate of movement of the magnetic poles

April 21. Geofizacheskih Data Center NOAA (National Center for Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) has updated (revised) their positional data from the shift of magnetic north pole position and projected to 2015. The pole shift, if you will, continues to occur in the same direction, since it has accelerated dramatically in the mid-90s. But …

In NOAA made some significant and apparently linear change in pole position from 2001 to 2010. The most notable of the changes was the general linear deceleration shift over the last decade, although it remains high — about 48 km per year. They have projected data to 2015 and slowed the pace of movement for each subsequent year of the 48 km (2012) to 39 km (2015).

There was no apparent reason is to change. Nevertheless, changes have covered a whole decade! Given that they suddenly changed the Data previously published in the past decade to show a slow motion of the poles, they are now able to project a trend of slowing down in 2012. It's starting to look like the U.S. Geological Survey, where if you change the parameters earthquake magnitude, always (in 95% of cases) reduce them. Changes are always made in a "less disturbing" direction.

The following map shows the location of the north magnetic pole, and it changes from 1977. You can clearly see the difference between the annual measurements pole position when the acceleration has increased dramatically.

 

The following graph shows a comparison of the provisions of the north magnetic pole in the original study and the new revised provisions (2001 and beyond) from NOAA.

 

While this may be the result of errors in comparison NOAA and sorting data, it is surprising one: why the error was not detected at any other time between 2001 and today. It took 10 years to find her? Hmmm …

Or maybe it's a front to slow the flow of information from the proponents of the theory of the pole shift?

I guess we'll never know the truth until the poles can not be replaced.

Old data NOAA

Changed data NOAA

Latitude Longitude Year Latitude Longitude
80,815 -109,568 2001 80,772 -109,478
81,268 -110.89 2002 81,225 -110,807
81,714 -112,344 2003 81.67 -112,268
82,193 -114,095 2004 82,149 -114,026
82,623 -115,892 2005 82.578 -115.83
83,127 -118,178 2006 82,996 -117,828
83,579 -120,578 2007 83,443 -120,273
83,579 -123,067 2008 83,838 -122,814
84.37 -125,881 2009 84,218 -125,681
84,742 -129,077 2010 84.548 -128.62
2011 84.86 -131.91
2012 85,154 -135,594
2013 85,396 -139.28
2014 85,618 -143,339
2015 85,791 -147,264

Please note that the author does not know exactly the data sets were changed at NOAA or other source that is done before treatment in NOAA. We also do not know the details of the reasons for the changes, since they obviously are not advertised. It's just observations and opinions.

Based on: GlobalRumblings
Source: Day X

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