Could it be this one about Polar reversal? This paragraph is some way down into the article.
It has also been suggested that this ongoing weakening of the geomagnetic force may be correlated to some of the climate change effects that we are already experiencing, as it has also been hypothesized that drastic changes in the Earth’s magnetic field could cause tectonic plates to shift and move, trigger earthquakes and volcanic activity, and cause massive storms on the surface of the Earth, while the weather patterns are in the process of readjusting.http://www.science20.com/make_love_not_ ... rsal-76775
Nope, that wasn't the one. It actually suggested the opposite, that earthquakes affect the magnetic field. The article had nothing to do with climate or polar reversal anything else like that. It was simply an article about the possibility of using rapidly excited ions in the ionosphere as a means of detecting where and roughly when a quake will occur.