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The Earth has been around for millions of years. It would make sense that every thousands of years it purges itself of the scum upon it.
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[Image: earth%20layers%20schematic.png]

The crust is a ridiculously thin layer when the Earth's interior is drawn to scale. So small that it wouldn't show up on most diagrams. But despite being tiny compared to the rest of the layers, the crust can be a whopping 70 kilometers thick!

Continental crust, the crust under which the continents are built, is 10-70 km thick, while oceanic crust, or the crust under the oceans, is only 5-7 km thick. The deepest mine shaft ever built, Western Deep in South Africa, currently reaches 3.9 km, which barely scratches the surface of the continental crust.

https://study.com/academy/lesson/the-lay...ature.html
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[Image: Temperature_schematic_of_inner_Earth.jpg]


What are the Earth's layers?

https://phys.org/news/2015-12-earth-layers.html

The temperature of the inner core is estimated to be about 5,700 K (~5,400 °C; 9,800 °F). The only reason why iron and other heavy metals can be solid at such high temperatures is because their melting temperatures dramatically increase at the pressures present there, which ranges from about 330 to 360 gigapascals.



https://www.scientificamerican.com/artic...suns-surf/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sun

 its surface temperature is approximately 5,778 K
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Geomagnetic reversal

A geomagnetic reversal is a change in a planet's magnetic field such that the positions of magnetic north and magnetic south are interchanged (not to be confused with geographic north and geographic south). The Earth's field has alternated between periods of normal polarity, in which the predominant direction of the field was the same as the present direction, and reverse polarity, in which it was the opposite. These periods are called chrons.

There have been 183 reversals over the last 83 million years. The latest, the Brunhes–Matuyama reversal, occurred 780,000 years ago, and may have happened very quickly, within a human lifetime.[1] In August 2018, researchers reported a reversal lasting only 200 years.[2]

A brief complete reversal, known as the Laschamp event, occurred only 41,000 years ago during the last glacial period. That reversal lasted only about 440 years with the actual change of polarity lasting around 250 years. During this change the strength of the magnetic field weakened to 5% of its present strength.[3] Brief disruptions that do not result in reversal are called geomagnetic excursions.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geomagnetic_reversal


Cataclysmic pole shift hypothesis

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cataclysmi...hypothesis

The geographic poles are defined by the points on the surface of the Earth that are intersected by the axis of rotation. The pole shift hypothesis describes a change in location of these poles with respect to the underlying surface – a phenomenon distinct from the changes in axial orientation with respect to the plane of the ecliptic that are caused by precession and nutation, and is an amplified event of a true polar wander.

Pole shift hypotheses are not connected with plate tectonics, the well-accepted geological theory that the Earth's surface consists of solid plates which shift over a viscous, or semifluid asthenosphere; nor with continental drift, the corollary to plate tectonics which maintains that locations of the continents have moved slowly over the face of the Earth,[5] resulting in the gradual emerging and breakup of continents and oceans over hundreds of millions of years.[6]

Pole shift hypotheses are not the same as geomagnetic reversal, the periodic reversal of the Earth's magnetic field (effectively switching the north and south magnetic poles).
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(01-10-2019, 02:10 PM)Deplorably Nameless Wrote: I think we may have had one recently, or at least we had a magnetic shift. Maybe sometime between 2005-2012.

What did cause all those birds to fall out of the sky, fish to die off in the lakes and rivers, dolphin suicides, whales beaching themselves as if they were lost?  

But those things weren't the only things that was weird during that time period.

A lot of people reported severe ringing in their ears, dizziness, headaches and symptoms associated with peripheral and central neuropathy.  During that time period, at least here in Texas where I saw the unusually high number of cases, it appears that a large part of the population were treated for these symptoms.  Balance Studies conducted in that time period were through the roof.

we are having magnetic disturbances and those are preludes to a pole shift, the pole has moved enough about 8 years ago (more or less) several airports had to relabel some runways that had become so far off of correct, a plane would not of landed on the runway. after that many things were removed off the net that showed the positions over many years and how it had increased in movement and distance, i have NOT seen any substantial data for several years now, If I would get off my butt and look at some current charts I probably could see for myself what is or has been going on! LOL
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FOX NEWS: Something very strange is happening to Earth's magnetic North Pole and no one knows why

Planet Earth is alive. Deep beneath its skin, its life blood — rivers of molten iron — pulse around its core. And this mobile iron is what generates the magnetic field that causes auroras — and keeps us alive.

But, according to the science journal Nature, something strange is going on deep down below.

It’s causing the magnetic North Pole to ‘skitter’ away from Canada, towards Siberia.

“The magnetic pole is moving so quickly that it has forced the world’s geomagnetism experts into a rare move,” Nature reports.

On January 30 (delayed due to the US Government shutdown), the World Magnetic Model — which governs modern navigation systems — is due to undergo an urgent update.

This model is a vital component of systems ranging from geopositioning systems used to navigate ships through to smartphone trackers and maps.

The current model was expected to be valid until 2020. But the magnetic pole began to shift so quickly, it was realized in 2018 that the model had to be fixed — now.

“They realized that it was so inaccurate that it was about to exceed the acceptable (safe) limit for navigational errors,” Nature reports.

FICKLE TIDES

Every year, geophysicists from the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and the British Geological Survey do a check on how the Earth’s magnetic field is varying.

This is necessary as the liquid iron churning in the Earth’s core does not move in a consistent manner.

“In 2016, for instance, part of the magnetic field temporarily accelerated deep under northern South America and the eastern Pacific Ocean,” Nature reports.
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(01-10-2019, 04:21 PM)Apache54 Wrote:
(01-10-2019, 02:10 PM)Deplorably Nameless Wrote: I think we may have had one recently, or at least we had a magnetic shift. Maybe sometime between 2005-2012.

What did cause all those birds to fall out of the sky, fish to die off in the lakes and rivers, dolphin suicides, whales beaching themselves as if they were lost?  

But those things weren't the only things that was weird during that time period.

A lot of people reported severe ringing in their ears, dizziness, headaches and symptoms associated with peripheral and central neuropathy.  During that time period, at least here in Texas where I saw the unusually high number of cases, it appears that a large part of the population were treated for these symptoms.  Balance Studies conducted in that time period were through the roof.

we are having magnetic disturbances and those are preludes to a pole shift, the pole has moved enough about 8 years ago (more or less) several airports had to relabel some runways that had become so far off of correct, a plane would not of landed on the runway. after that many things were removed off the net that showed the positions over many years and how it had increased in movement and distance, i have NOT seen any substantial data for several years now, If I would get off my butt and look at some current charts I probably could see for myself what is or has been going on! LOL

A-54, I know you know this stuff, just agreeing.

Any camper or hiker who's older than 30 knows how to use a compass. GPS doesn't always work.
The Declination settings in some areas have changed over the past decade. The Declination is the difference between True North and Magnetic North. This is certainly an indicator of a field change..not necessarily a shift. That takes some time.


Changes in Magnetic Declination
Your topo map gives you the magnetic declination for your area. The problem is that declination changes over time. In some areas, the changes can be relatively rapid, in other areas, quite slow. According to Natural Resources Canada, for example, the annual declination change in Yellowknife, NWT is "more than one degree every three years," while in Ottawa, the annual change is "almost zero."
Further, the rate of change is not constant, but changes over time. If you have a map of Yellowknife, say, 20 years old, it's anybody's guess what the declination actually is.
For the current declination of any given area, check this NOAA web page. Just enter your zip code, or your lat/long coordinates.
Another cool NOAA web page shows you the lines of the earth's magnetism field, and the changes in declination over time. Looking at this page, the green line is what's called the agonic line. Along this line, declination is zero. The red lines show east (considered positive) declination, and the blue lines show west declination (considered negative). Use the little "time travel" slider bar to see how the earth's magnetic field, and thus declination, changes over time. Click on any one of the lines, and you'll get the declination for that line.
http://www.land-navigation.com/magnetic_...ation.html

How to Adjust the Declination on a Compass
https://www.rei.com/learn/expert-advice/...ation.html
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I told em to replace that Bearing..... Chuckle

This what ya get with Kat Kontrol.... Chuckle
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(01-10-2019, 04:44 PM)MaximalGravity Wrote:
(01-10-2019, 04:21 PM)Apache54 Wrote:
(01-10-2019, 02:10 PM)Deplorably Nameless Wrote: I think we may have had one recently, or at least we had a magnetic shift. Maybe sometime between 2005-2012.

What did cause all those birds to fall out of the sky, fish to die off in the lakes and rivers, dolphin suicides, whales beaching themselves as if they were lost?  

But those things weren't the only things that was weird during that time period.

A lot of people reported severe ringing in their ears, dizziness, headaches and symptoms associated with peripheral and central neuropathy.  During that time period, at least here in Texas where I saw the unusually high number of cases, it appears that a large part of the population were treated for these symptoms.  Balance Studies conducted in that time period were through the roof.

we are having magnetic disturbances and those are preludes to a pole shift, the pole has moved enough about 8 years ago (more or less) several airports had to relabel some runways that had become so far off of correct, a plane would not of landed on the runway. after that many things were removed off the net that showed the positions over many years and how it had increased in movement and distance, i have NOT seen any substantial data for several years now, If I would get off my butt and look at some current charts I probably could see for myself what is or has been going on! LOL

A-54, I know you know this stuff, just agreeing.

Any camper or hiker who's older than 30 knows how to use a compass. GPS doesn't always work.
The Declination settings in some areas have changed over the past decade. The Declination is the difference between True North and Magnetic North. This is certainly an indicator of a field change..not necessarily a shift. That takes some time.


Changes in Magnetic Declination
Your topo map gives you the magnetic declination for your area. The problem is that declination changes over time. In some areas, the changes can be relatively rapid, in other areas, quite slow. According to Natural Resources Canada, for example, the annual declination change in Yellowknife, NWT is "more than one degree every three years," while in Ottawa, the annual change is "almost zero."
Further, the rate of change is not constant, but changes over time. If you have a map of Yellowknife, say, 20 years old, it's anybody's guess what the declination actually is.
For the current declination of any given area, check this NOAA web page. Just enter your zip code, or your lat/long coordinates.
Another cool NOAA web page shows you the lines of the earth's magnetism field, and the changes in declination over time. Looking at this page, the green line is what's called the agonic line. Along this line, declination is zero. The red lines show east (considered positive) declination, and the blue lines show west declination (considered negative). Use the little "time travel" slider bar to see how the earth's magnetic field, and thus declination, changes over time. Click on any one of the lines, and you'll get the declination for that line.  
http://www.land-navigation.com/magnetic_...ation.html

How to Adjust the Declination on a Compass
https://www.rei.com/learn/expert-advice/...ation.html

I have some of my old original charts from when I learned to fly and was going to compare them to now. and see how far off they are. I can tell you that from my use of compass settings from the maps of the 1500 to 1600 era here in the southwest it has changed several degrees from magnetic north.
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(01-10-2019, 04:50 PM)Apache54 Wrote:
(01-10-2019, 04:44 PM)MaximalGravity Wrote:
(01-10-2019, 04:21 PM)Apache54 Wrote: we are having magnetic disturbances and those are preludes to a pole shift, the pole has moved enough about 8 years ago (more or less) several airports had to relabel some runways that had become so far off of correct, a plane would not of landed on the runway. after that many things were removed off the net that showed the positions over many years and how it had increased in movement and distance, i have NOT seen any substantial data for several years now, If I would get off my butt and look at some current charts I probably could see for myself what is or has been going on! LOL

A-54, I know you know this stuff, just agreeing.

Any camper or hiker who's older than 30 knows how to use a compass. GPS doesn't always work.
The Declination settings in some areas have changed over the past decade. The Declination is the difference between True North and Magnetic North. This is certainly an indicator of a field change..not necessarily a shift. That takes some time.


Changes in Magnetic Declination
Your topo map gives you the magnetic declination for your area. The problem is that declination changes over time. In some areas, the changes can be relatively rapid, in other areas, quite slow. According to Natural Resources Canada, for example, the annual declination change in Yellowknife, NWT is "more than one degree every three years," while in Ottawa, the annual change is "almost zero."
Further, the rate of change is not constant, but changes over time. If you have a map of Yellowknife, say, 20 years old, it's anybody's guess what the declination actually is.
For the current declination of any given area, check this NOAA web page. Just enter your zip code, or your lat/long coordinates.
Another cool NOAA web page shows you the lines of the earth's magnetism field, and the changes in declination over time. Looking at this page, the green line is what's called the agonic line. Along this line, declination is zero. The red lines show east (considered positive) declination, and the blue lines show west declination (considered negative). Use the little "time travel" slider bar to see how the earth's magnetic field, and thus declination, changes over time. Click on any one of the lines, and you'll get the declination for that line.  
http://www.land-navigation.com/magnetic_...ation.html

How to Adjust the Declination on a Compass
https://www.rei.com/learn/expert-advice/...ation.html

I have some of my old original charts from when I learned to fly and was going to compare them to now. and see how far off they are. I can tell you that from my use of compass settings from the maps of the 1500 to 1600 era here in the southwest it has changed several degrees from magnetic north.

I got my old compass out a while back, to use for finding a marker on the exact position of sunset. I checked the current Declination with NOAA for the west coast and, it had changed a degree since I last set it. Stuff is moving around in the core vs crust.

Today, if kids don't take a physics class, they never see a compass. GPS isn't to be trusted all the time. I think most Navy Navigators (ship and air) are trained in the use of a sextant and compass.
Leave the gun, take the Cannoli.
--Francis Ford Coppola

My forum behavior may reflect my New Year's resolution.
3 January 2019








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