Giant Aquifers found under Arid Deserts

I proposed at the Earth Temperature page of this site that the magnetic poles location play a vital role to the variation of temperature and climate on the face of the Earth. At each hemisphere, the Temperature Belts are regions or bands of homogenous climates that have its centre located at the nearest Magnetic pole. The shift of a Magnetic pole results in a tilt of the surrounding Temperature Belts. For instance and as depicted in the Sea Level page of this site, if the south magnetic pole moves to India, the Temperature Belt that is known to us as the Continental Belt and currently covers Russia, Europe and North America would be 80 degrees tilted to cover Central Asia, Asia Pacific, Middle East and East Africa. You may wonder if there is a precedence that those regions have enjoyed a lush green cold climate in the not distant history.

I also proposed at the Earth Spin Speed page of this site that the magnetic pole location influences the spin speed of the planet. The combination of 1) radioactive Inner Core ejected electrons that are flowing in the Outer Core, 2) bulged Outer Core forcing the electrons to concentrate its flow on equatorial plane and 3) a permanent magnetic field force; trigger a tangent force (also called Lorentz force) over the Inner Mantle equatorial perimeter. Such a force is explained by the Electricity principle known as Fleming’s Left Hand rule for Motors. The change of the direction of the magnetic field force lines which is manifested currently by the Magnetic pole moving from Canada towards Siberia results in variation of the Lorentz force that is applied on the Inner Mantle and accordingly the variation in speed and direction of the spin of Earth. Sudden change in the Magnetic poles results in sudden change of spin speed and accordingly the trigger of large tidal waves on all western shorelines. Final slower spin means constant flooding in the northern and southern hemispheres on the expense of receding oceans on the topic region. You may ask if there is an evidence or slower spin speed or halting of the planet pin in earlier times?

Over the Change Cycle page of this site, I illustrate magnetic pole changing location over the past 11,000 years. Not only did I support the hypothesis by explaining human longer average age  that is managed by the Pineal Gland due to lower slower spin and lower number of days per annum, but also have I presented geological evidence of induced magnetic field force lines of reverse polarity at Antarctica starting some 10,000 years ago. I also presented ancient texts that spoke of Earth spin speed put to a halt twice over a period of 50 years.

Lately more geological evidences emerged to support the hypothesis of different sea levels and different  locations of the Temperature belts over periods of time. In north western China a giant salt water aquifer that is ten times the amount in all five of North America’s Great Lakes combined has been found. In North Africa  the world’s largest aquifer of fresh water is uncovered. Lake Chad’s borders reveal just how dramatically the region’s climate has changed; only 6,000 years ago this inland sea was larger than North America’s five Great Lakes combined. If ESRI simulation of slowing spin speed and rising sea level at northern and southern hemispheres as per the following map is correct and if my hypothesis that a tilted Earth permanent magnet not only leads to slower spin speed/ rising sea level but also tilted  Temperature belts; then a magnetic pole in India some 10,000 yeas ago would mean 1) salty oceans along the northern Chinese border thus creating the biggest salt water aquifer currently discovered in the Tarim basin in China’s northwestern Xinjiang province and 2) the largest fresh water lake in the African Sahara under the Equatorial belt of high precipitation.

Figure 101- Tilted Temperature Betls and Slowed Spin Speed

Given the analysis put forward in the Change Cycle page of this site, a sudden move of the magnetic pole from the Arctic Circle back to India in August 2017 would lead to a sudden shift of Temperature belts leading to climates exchange plus a slowing spin speed which would result in longer days and changing Sea Level .

Strategies of Change Management must precede such a scenario or as the head of the bank of England called it on September 30th 2015 Catastrophic Climate Change

About T.Niazi

Tarek S. Niazi holds a Bachelor degree and a Master degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science respectively. He worked at IBM for twenty-five years in various positions. As an entrepreneur, he established and ran investment, consulting, and project integration services companies. Niazi’s interests run the gamut from geology to history, astronomy to theology, and most of the sciences, including physics. His global travels have given him a deep appreciation for the mosaic of life and culture on Earth.
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