Baton Rouge will unquestionably be devastated during the pole shift. It lies on the edge of a swamp, with the Mississippi River to its back and the Gulf before it. Both waters will rise during the drenching rains that follow immediately after a pole shift, the ocean waters evaporated into the air during the worldwide hurricane that occurs during each pole shift condensing out of the air in a fury. Even mild tidal waves at Baton Rouge would inundate the city, and the tidal waves that inundate during a pole shift are almost beyond the imagination of man, at least a hundred feet high at a minimum along ocean coasts. All in Baton Rouge at the time of the pole shift will be quickly drowned.