View Full Version : The Case For Galactic Alignment

01-18-2010, 10:40 PM
There seems to be some controversey as to whether or not the galactic alignment already occured or is occuring as we speak or will occur in the near future. But regardless of when the perfect alignment happened or will happen you can't argue that some really strange phenomenon is taking place.

Weather-Right now in Alaska where I live there is no snow on the ground nor on the lower mountains right above sea level and has been the case all this month, in addition we have been experiencing untypically warm weather patterns for this time of year while its freezing in places like Florida. And the east coast of the lower 48 has received more snow than in recent history this season.

Earthquakes-I've been pulling up usgs.gov (http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/recenteqsus/)
... there has been an alarmingly high frequency of earthquake activity throughout the state of Alaska as well as California. In addition there have been earthquakes in the most unlikely of places like a 4.0 magnitude in Oklahoma. As well as the worldwide activity, which includes the devastation that rocked Haiti, and just today a 6.0 off the coast of Guatemala and other 6.0's and above this past weekend. There are some serious torsional stresses being put on the earth right now, that is causing alot of tectonic plate activity.

New species- Anyone every wondered why a high incidence of new species seem to appear in close proximity to each other throughout the fossil record since the dawn of time? Including when life first appeared spontaneously. It has long been know that solar radiation can cause accelerated mutation,.... this leaves the possibility that not all evolution is the subject of natural selection or adaptation.
Some good cases in point....new species of sea slug(animal) that lives off photosysnthesis (http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/34824610/ns/technology_and_science-science/?GT1=43001).....new lichen species (http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2010/01/100111102527.htm)...new warbler (http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2009/12/091222105318.htm)....new spider (http://www.topnews.in/new-spider-species-have-been-discovered-middle-east-2252051).. the list goes on and on.