Charlie Frost's Animation

Charlie Frost's Animation


The city of Los Angeles sinking into the Pacific Ocean.

Earth Crust Displacement is an event caused by an exponential amount of neutrinos from solar flares heating up the Earth's core in the year 2009. This caused landmasses to slide and fluctuate freely and cause mass destruction of cities worldwide.


Theories Edit

The discovery was made by Prof. Charles Hapgood in 1958 when he published his theories of Earth Crust Displacement and pole shifting and was supported by Albert Einstein. Dr. Satnam Tsurutani picked up on these theories in 2009 when he discovered that neutrinos coming from the sun have "mutated" into a new kind of particle and are causing a physical reaction which is heating up the Earth's core. Charlie Frost, a conspiracy theorist, accurately predicted the events of Earth Crust Displacement as several earthquakes, volcanic eruptions and tsunamis devastated every corner of the globe.

Effects Edit

The effects of Earth Crust Displacement took place on the 21st of December, 2012, causing mass earthquakes and gigantic chunks of the landmass in Los Angeles to become unstable and sink into the Pacific Ocean. Shortly after, a supervolcano reaching 2,779 ft high concealed underneath the Yellowstone National Park mountains erupts, causing a colossal explosion of fire and brimstone. It also creates a giant ash cloud which quickly swallows the United States whole. After the earthquakes settled down after destroying several iconic landmarks and cities, gigantic tsunamis are formed from the corresponding quakes and wash over all the world's continents and flooded the entire planet. This also briefly push the Arks off course.  

Aftermath Edit

When the Earth Crust Displacement ended, the whole planet was flooded but more than 400,000 people have survived thanks to boarding the Arks. When the tsunamis start to recede, the entire African continent had risen which allowed the 2012 survivors to begin a new life and build new homes.  


  • This event is based on the fictional significance of the Mayan Long Count Calendar

See Also Edit

2012 apocalypse