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Here below you will find the scientific expertise on the topic, 'What would happen if the rotation axis of the Earth changed'?
A change in the rotation axis of the Earth, or its spin rate would be catastrophic. The number of the seasons would change and their duration. If the rotation axis became parallel to the orbital plane, as for Uranus, we could have winter in the Northern hemisphere for 6 months followed by summer. The Sun would set on the entire Northern hemisphere and not rise again for 6 months. Less extreme axial tilts would produce a different pattern of seasons at each earth latitude. Growing seasons, and all of the natural cycles of the biosphere would be catastrophically affected, and if the change happened in a year or so, no living things, especially plants, would survive unmolested. There would not be enough time for plants to genetically alter their growing cycles. Large die-backs of plant ecosystems would occur followed by the animals that feed on the plants, and then the carnivores...etc etc. If the length of the day changed appreciably, we would still operate on the basis of the 24 hour cycle because that is genetically programmed into us, but for organisms that rely on the 24 hour day to set their reproductive cycles and feeding cycles, they may be adversely affected. Still, to seriously affect the Earth's rotation axis and spin, you would need a catastrophic force (collision etc), whose physical affect would in itself be enough to exterminate much of the biosphere. Any changes in the seasons would be the least of the concerns of the biosphere compared to surviving the cause of the change itself. In the case one part of the Earth would be exposed to the Sun permanently for 2500, life there would disappear and it would turn into barren desert. In order for Bharat to be exposed to the Sun permanently, the Earth's axis would have to change and become parallel, like that of Uranus and it would have to be pointed all the time to the Sun. For that to happen, a great clash of the Earth with another big celestial body would be needed. This clash would probably destroy all the life on the Earth for thousands of years.
[source: Dr Odenwald / more info about the scientist http://www.astronomycafe.net/vita.html]
I would like to invite all intellectuals to go through the text of Animal Farm by Orwell. Orwell wrote his allegory in 1943-1944. One of my western friends sent it to me, with a suggestion that it may contain analogy to what is happening in the Yagya. I found lots of them. Here is the text -
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I don't have much knowledge on the scientific or geographical aspects of this topic, but as per AK, it is believed that the change in Earth's axis would be triggered by the nuclear blasts and Earthquakes that would occur at the end of the Confluence Age.anu wrote:In order to Bharat woudl be exposed to the Sun permanently the Earth axis would have to change and become parallel like taht of Uranus and it would have to pointed all the time to the Sun. For it to happen a great clash of teh Earth with another big celestial body would bee needed. This clash would probably destroy all the life on the Earth for thousands thouand years.
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Science will be proved wrong about its revelation for last 2500 years because as per Murli " jhootkhand mei sab jhoot hi jhoot hota hai, sach ki ratti bhi nahi Hoti."
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