Jules, thanks so much for taking the time to reply
I didn't think it had moved so much, plus that guy appears as quite a crank!
However, I do know the Earth moved, momentarily I expect, about 2 degrees on its axis when that huge seabed Asian quake hit. I was staggered that it could do this!
So, taking that into account, it seems possible that hapgood's Theory may hold weight, as Einstein stated apparently. If that is true, then, well...we won't notice it for long!
cheers and thanks for the link, oh, and one or two other questions; how come the moon only shows one side to us, and, my dad was an exploration geologist, and I remember him being amazed that, after NASA dropped a booster rocket (I think it was) on the surface, an experiment to determine the density of the Moon, the seismographs on the Moon's surface recorded the event, when it hit, and the ensuing echo/wave through the moon's crust, that echo wave lasted for nearly four hours. Dad told me this could only mean one thing, the moon is hollow!! Was he right about that?