It has been estimated by mankinds scientists that the melting, completely, of the Antarctic ice would cause the oceans of the world to rise in sea level by 200 feet. This is measuring the effect of ice above the water line melting and returning to the body of water, and leveling out. More occurs during and for some time after the shift when the existing poles are placed under the equatorial sun and all active volcanoes of the world explode. What degree of heat would be generated by the crust and core separating and the core moving under the crust? How much heat is required to melt rock, during rapid subduction of one plate over another, which the Indians of the West Coast and witnesses of the last pole shift in the Middle East report? How rapidly does heat dissipate, even from campfire ashes, open to the air, or the seat of a chair from which the occupant recently rose? Most of the surface of the Earth is covered by the great oceans, which warm completely, without cold spots, after the shift, and do not return to having cold spots until some centuries have passed. This warmer water accounts for the rise in sea level, in the main.
Note: below added during the October 5, 2002 Live ZetaTalk IRC Session.
The oceans of the world are mostly a vast unexplored territory to man, who cannot drop to their depths else be crushed, nor explore them at length when
descending at all. The depth of rifts is calculated by radar, and the temperatures estimated by probes. What can be assumed is that the water is not freezing, else
would form into ice and rise to the top. But water can be at the freezing temperature, and not freeze, if kept in motion, as flowing rivers in the cold of winter give
evidence. In computing the rise in the seas to 675 feet, more than the melting of Antarctic and Greenland ice is presumed, as this rise has been computed by man to
be only 200 feet. Since the water flowing from the pole is cold, and would drop and run along the deep ocean rifts, this would bring those rifts to the freezing point,
cold water falling below warm. How high does that cold water rise? Human statistics measure the temperature at various depths, so this is a known statistic. What
is the volume of water in the deep rifts, vs water at more shallow depths? This is also statistically evident, as the oceans have been mapped by radar. Nevertheless,
in considering that the temperature worldwide, at all depths, might rise to the level of the surface waters at the Equator, the math does not compute.
What is missing from this equation is swelling of land masses, land surface under the water, as odd as this concept might sound. Metal is known to expand when heated, but the concept of hot mud being larger in volume than cold mud has not been considered, as it has never been a concern of mans. Heat is particles in motion, and they bump atoms about so that expansion is the result. All land surface will be heated due to the swirling of the core, the heat to the extent that it can escape into the land surface doing so. The result? This surface will expand, crevasses opening, flaky layers of rock separating, and buckling occurring that creates spaces in the interior of rock. Under the oceans, this equates to a higher ocean bottom, with the water needing to go someplace, and as the bottom is moving up, the sea level can only go up also. Thus, where this cannot be computed by man, being a missing dynamic in his statistics, this is the explanation for why our 675 foot rise does not compute given the known factors - water volume and increase per degree of heat rise.