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Most of us have heard that the north pole is shifting its position, but very few know the reason for the pole shifting and its devastating impacts.
Due to shifting of the north pole, it is feared that the Indian tectonic plate will be pushed beneath the Himalayan range which will result in extinction of human life in this part of the Indian sub-continent. Rapidly rising water level from the coastal area, strong jolts and submerged land will make it impossible for life to sustain on land. During the collision of Indian plate with the Himalayan range, the worlds ever highest mountain range will emerge. Australia will become its own ecosystem, separated from the rest of the world. Antarctica will transform into frozen territory.
The movement is in its magnetic pole and not in the geographic axis around which Earth spins. The scientists were aware of the earth’s moving magnetic field. Hence, hordes of satellites have been constantly studying the orbit’s unpredictability. In 1899, scientists first marked the North Pole shifting from West in the direction of Hudson Bay. It was linked with the Laurentide ice sheet melting. In 2000, the North rotational pole totally changed its route and began moving eastward. Their data shows that the north end is gradually drifting across the Arctic Ocean towards Siberia.
The scientific investigations conducted for over 10 years reveal that the earth’s North Pole is shifting for two major reasons:
The impending pole alteration owing to the Pacific compression will push India fiercely beneath the Himalayan highlands, forced by the Indo-Australian plate. The safest area then would be Himalayas’ central part whereas places located near flooding zones can be hazardous.