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Pole Shift and USSR Soil Map

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If you wish, you can consider the map in more detail.

note on the distribution of soils. There are no climatic grounds for chernozems to go south towards Europe.

In the direction of Siberia – the east, and the East – is a delicate matter, but there we see the same picture, I would say, strictly symmetrical: just like in Europe, black soil, although there are fewer here, goes to the south.

Let’s draw a chernozem line and mark the axis of symmetry

Plus or minus – about the 70th meridian.

What would it mean? This is a question, a task that should be solved.

North of the past of the equator we will draw a parallel at 8 degrees.

What do we see? – The chernozem strip is practically parallel to the equator and the eighth parallel. But still, some deviation to the south, to the equator, is – when approaching the equator of the shift (do not confuse the earth’s equator with the equator of the pole shift). Such deviation is explained an increase in the mudflow velocity when approaching the equator of the shift, which caused the demolition of chernozem near the equator of the shift to the south.

East of the equator of the pole shift, the mudflow rate decreases and the soils washed away by it settle to the north, which is also seen on the map.

We also pay attention to the fact that the line of the equator of the shift, passing near the 80th parallel, practically coincides with the axis of symmetry of the deviation of chernozems, which was determined at the very beginning.

Thus, the soil map on the territory of the USSR is another proof of pole shifts.

It remains only to show that the white line on the map corresponds to the equator line at -1, past the pole position. Such questions arose – it is better to remove them immediately.

Equator line past

It would seem that this can be completed. But it is worth digging deeper.

Under the black soil.

Under the black earth can be anything, but I am interested in loess rocks. What it is?

Лёcc – an unusual rock. Loess strata lie down almost always near the surface (below the soil), have a light yellow or light brown (fawn) color. Loess contains more air than solid mineral matter.

In other words, in it a lot of time. Many tubules are visible to the naked eye.

Thickness of loess do not show appreciable stratification, exceptionally homogeneous. Under his fingers, it crumbles into powder, because it consists of dust particles with a diameter of one hundredth of a millimeter.

It contains up to 7% of lime particles, and it boils from hydrochloric acid.

In the dry state, loess is strong and capable of holding high vertical walls. Its name comes from the German word— "Unstable", "loose".

However, dry loess is durable. But if it is moistened, then in this case its subsidence properties are manifested: the ability to decrease sharply in size under load (for example, at the base of engineering structures).

Loess afraid of water.

You have already understood that we are talking about mudslides, on the road, and they have a lot of it, ground to dust, as stated above, to hundredths of a millimeter. I.e, tens of microns.

Again you guessed it would be nice to look at the map of loess rocks. Immediately put on it the line of the past of the equator

Less, however, will be heavier than chernozem – a donkey earlier. But he obeys the identified logic.

One more. Remember that the line of the equator of the shift passing near the 80th parallel practically coincides with the axis of symmetry of the deviation of chernozems, but, nevertheless, it is 8 ° to the right.

So it should be – due to the rotation of the Earth.

Criticism, I understand, will be. By logic, as they say, you can only scare logicians.

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