Shift of Earth’s magnetic north pole impacts Tampa airport

TAMPA – Scientists say the magnetic north pole is moving toward Russia and the fallout has reached — of all places — Tampa International Airport.

The airport has closed its primary runway until Jan. 13 to repaint the numeric designators at each end and change taxiway signage to account for the shift in location of the Earth’s magnetic north.

The closure of the west parallel runway will result in more activity on the east parallel runway and more noise for residential areas of South Tampa.

The busiest runway will be re-designated 19R/1L on aviation charts. It’s been 18R/36L, indicating its alignment along the 180-degree approach from the north and the 360-degree approach from the south.

Later this month, the airport’s east parallel runway and the seldom used east-west runway will be closed to change signage to their new designations.

The Federal Aviation Administration required the runway designation change to account for what a National Geographic News report described as a gradual shift of the Earth’s magnetic pole at nearly 40 miles a year toward Russia because of magnetic changes in the core of the planet.

Source and author: 2.tbo

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3 responses to “Shift of Earth’s magnetic north pole impacts Tampa airport

  1. As I have said before, just last night in fact, I am happy as heck to hear this news! Finally, something that the government cannot debunk, cover up, twist, or spin! Whatever happens to us, denizens of the planet Earth, the truth will out!

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  3. In this Scenario Only the rich people and Elite will SURVIVE…
    Poor man like you what will happen

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