NASA determined that the Dec. 26 earthquake moved the North Pole, which constantly jiggles slightly, 2.5 centimeters--about an inch--in an eastward shift that is part of a long-term seismic shift.
Er, how does the north pole move east? More specifically, in relation to what did it move east of? Itself? Even if the north pole processes around a different point, wouldn't moving east just move it further around the same path? Any astronomers around?
Edit: Wow, I just passed 50 posts after, like, four years. I'll be at a thousand posts in no time!This comment was edited on Jan 15, 11:44.