haven't looked at 2012 yet, will paruse the books today. There is talk with solar system alignment with the black hole in the center of the universe. By this they are really refering to the equatorial forces of the plane of the galaxy. There may be a slight increase in cosmic radiation in the ecliptic, but it is not like the solar system will collide with any extra space debris. And if anything "exposure" to the Great Mother at the center of the Galaxy will be even "less" than normal because the ecliptic contains the most amount of star material. We are probably fully in the major influence of the ecliptic plane already. As for polar flipping...that happens very slowly over thousands of years through the influence of changes in the suns field. My take is that storm weather will increase with avengence around that time, not because it is 2012, but because it is solar max, and global warming will amplify the already aggrevated weather of solar max. "This week researchers announced that a storm is coming--the most intense solar maximum in fifty years. The prediction comes from a team led by Mausumi Dikpati of the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR). "The next sunspot cycle will be 30% to 50% stronger than the previous one," she says. If correct, the years ahead could produce a burst of solar activity second only to the historic Solar Max of 1958." https://science.nasa.gov/headlines/y2006 ... arning.htm This means that producing a baby between 2010-2012 is not a good idea, as there is an increased likelihood of schizophrenia during very large solar max. If you simply must produce a baby at this time maximize anviral/antiradiation/antioxidant herb/raw-plant intake, and subsist largely on raw greens and seaweed/seafood. All weather vulnerable areas of the globe should be preparing for hurricanes, storm surge and flooding...preparations against erosion and rockslide should be underway, ground cover established and beaches fortified. Note too that Middle Eastern DU will be coming down more in the solar max storm weather.