Geomagnetic Reversal- Specifically the intervals of the magnetic switch and the...
Orbit- Which is said to be 9,900 years (NASA) to 3,600 years (Mayan Prophecy)
I ran into issues with Geomagnetic reversal. There is no constant change, concluding that magnetic shifts are quite random and can occur once or more in an age.As the distances of Elenin and Earth could be different in the past cycles, it would be difficult to conclude a constant geomagnetic effect to occur. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geomagnetic_reversal
Most reversals are estimated to take between 1,000 and 10,000 years. The latest one, the Brunhes–Matuyama reversal, occurred 780,000 years ago. Brief disruptions that do not result in reversal are called geomagnetic excursions.
So if Elenin comes around every 9,900 years, the question to ask is, "what happened 9,900 years ago?"
http://www.preceden.com/timelines/11904 ... old_zoom=y -A good chart to see mankind's advancement in perspective. Using this timeline, you can see the agriculture/civilization started to begin from 7,000 BC to 10,000 BC. This website includes the different cultures around the world that popped up around that time: http://www.buzzle.com/articles/oldest-c ... world.html Is it coincidence? Is this a boost in evolution or a reboot?
This may be news to you, but there are some serious people preparing for this thing. And I am aware of communities gathering in the "safe zones". I want to ask the Thunderbolt Community if there is any up-to-date science that counters the Elenin doom arguments. The twisted joke to all this is, if Elenin comes and goes, we still have other piles of crap waiting to hit the fan.