Not quite Space nor a conspiracy, but thought I'd post to see if anyone can debunk/comment on this. Heard of Sean David Morton? He's kind of up there on the credibility scale with Ed Dames and a few other woo's. But http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=THc4VX0qmLQ shows a short video of him making some interesting if not totally fallacious claims. I have done as much research as I can including contacting the University of Hyderabad in India, but they did not answer (probably thought I was crazy!). In short, the claim is: the Earth's magnetic field and geographic field are apart (this much is true), but in 5-7 years (ie, around 2012, of course), the magnetic pole will wander to the physical pole and they will meet, according to this (unverifiable) "computer model study" supposedly done at the University of Hyderabad. Allegedly their results show that in a certain percentage of cases there would be a magnetic pole shift when the two poles meet and in a smaller percentage the planet itself will shift. Now we're all aware of the old pole shift stories that keep cropping up, and I know of no mechanism why the two poles meeting (if in fact they ever will) should cause such things... Or maybe just good old Sean is just messing with our heads. Anyone heard of this??? (P.S. If you watch the video try to ignore his metaphysical meanderings which are nonsense and a distraction; what I'm really interested in whether there is any scientific truth here). Thanks.