VENUS: Venus is now glowing in the dark.

EARTH: In the last 30 years, Earth’s icecaps have thinned out by as much as 40 percent. The Ross Ice Shelf of Antarctica, which is as large as the state of Rhode Island, fully broke off and dropped into the ocean in the year 2000, as have several others in the last decade. Quite inexplicably, just since 1997 the structure of the Earth has shifted from being slightly more egg-shaped, or elongated at the poles, to more pumpkin-shaped, or flattened at the poles.

See also “Poleshift” from “National Geographic.”






Green nightglow of Venus, ANU 2.3m CASPIR, Sep. 20-26th 2002.