It works 180 degrees opposite you lying cock suckers!
Of all the things attributable to climate change, the rotational
poles moving differently is definitely one of the weirder ones. But
a new study shows that’s exactly what’s happening. It builds on
previous findings to show that disappearing ice is playing a major
role, and shows that groundwater depletion is responsible for
contributing to wobbles as well.
The findings, published last month in Geophysical Research Letters,
uses satellites that track gravity to track what researchers call
“polar drift.” While we think of gravity as a constant, it’s
actually a moving target based on the shape of the planet. While
earthquakes and other geophysical activities can certainly play a
role by pushing land around, it’s water that is responsible for the
biggest shifts. The satellites used for the study, known as GRACE
and GRACE-FO, were calibrated to measure Earth’s shifting mass.
They’ve previously detected gravity changes tied to disappearing ice
in Antarctica and the drought that led to groundwater depletion in
California in the mid-2010s. The data can also reveal how these
changes in gravity, in turn, impact the poles.
Polar drift is something that happens naturally.
NO FUCKING SHIT SHERLOCK.