There are several lines of evidence suggesting we had a recent pole shift. But they are not decisive. The biggest difficulty is imagining that the Antarctic ice managed to run ashore, and climb over the land. We ought not consider this impossible. After all ice tends to move like water but in slow motion. But it is a bit of a difficulty just the same. To me at least. Someone who knows more about the specific mechanics involved might be able to explain this but probably wouldn’t, not wanting to besmirch his professional reputation.
But we have a tie-breaker because there is a great wad of ice at Greenland. Ice that is where it is not supposed to be. And ice that ought not be particularly deuterium depleted if it has always been where it is now.
So the tie breaker would involve getting ice of various ages and finding out if there is a sudden downward drop in deuterium levels at a specific time period in the past. The two most likely time periods for the pole shift are during the late bronze age collapse. Or during the quaternary extinction event(s). I think there were two events … one associated with the initial central galaxy impulse …. about 12,300 years ago. And also another maybe 700 or so years later, and associated with the Vela supernova. But we ought to be testing deuterium back maybe 20 000 years to see if this drop in deuterium, especially on the Southern East Coast of the greenland ice sheet, comes about.
If it does then this ice would become very valuable to the health of the humans on earth. Because it would become the cheapest low-deuterium water available. It could heal the mitochondria of everyone who could afford it. Would be a wonderful thing.
Right at the moment the oligarchy are hiding our true heritage with a coverup to do with that part of Antarctica that is directly South of South America. These are disgraceful hoarders of true history. So while we want this low-deuterium ice for our health, we need it also, to reclaim our heritage.