Magnetic Poles of Earth BEHAVING ERRATICALLY

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  • Earths moving away from Canada towards Syberia
  • Researchers are alarmed at the rate of speed earth drifting towards Syberia at the North Pole.
  • Scientists wrestle with ways to update GPS and other important navigation systems



Scientists are reporting a strange phenomenon occurring with the earths magnetic poles. According to a recent update from the International Journal of Science ” Earth’s north magnetic pole has been skittering (moving) away from Canada and towards Siberia, driven by liquid iron sloshing within the planet’s core. The magnetic pole is moving so quickly that it has forced the world’s geomagnetism experts into a rare move. “

Why is this a concern?


 World Data Center for Geomagnetism/Kyoto University)

 The World Data center urgently needs to update world maps  and satellites used for navigation in both the sea and air. The last model was corrected in 2015 and was supposed to last through 2019, but this is not the case.
The earth is currently shifting at a rate of about 55km (34.1754 miles) a year.

Arnaud Chulliat, a geomagnetist at the University of Colorado Boulder and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA’s) National Centers for Environmental Information stated that “The error is increasing all the time.” He is referring to the magnetic influx of earth.

Geodetic Scientists are concerned that current outdated mapping could cause navigation problems with airlines, fishing vessels and smart phone navigation. They are also finding it hard to understand why earths magnetic field is shifting so dramatically, something they claim they have not yet seen before. The British Geological Survey in Edinburgh said that the acceleration has happened in the past 40 years, giving urgency to making corrections now before global mapping becomes unusable or inaccurate.

Could the earth flip?


Scientists in the past have predicted   just that; there is a strong possibility that earth is gearing up for a magnetic pole shift or “reversal”. . If this even were to take place, the North Pole would shift to the Southern pole and vice-versa. Unfortunately, the idea of a pole shift is though not eminent is a concern.



Pole shifts have catastrophic effects, wreaking havoc on the electric grid such as the Carrington Event of the 1800’s which took out the telegraph system of it’s time. The event happened when  a powerful geomagnetic storm caused a  solar coronal mass ejection (CME) that hit Earth’s magnetosphere and induced one of the largest geomagnetic storms on record, September 1–2, 1859.  It is said that after the CME, earths surface radiation  dangerously skyrocketed.

In 1859, the Baltimore American and Commercial Advertiser reported:


“Those who happened to be out late on Thursday night had an opportunity of witnessing another magnificent display of the auroral lights. The phenomenon was very similar to the display on Sunday night, though at times the light was, if possible, more brilliant, and the prismatic hues more varied and gorgeous. The light appeared to cover the whole firmament, apparently like a luminous cloud, through which the stars of the larger magnitude indistinctly shone. The light was greater than that of the moon at its full, but had an indescribable softness and delicacy that seemed to envelop everything upon which it rested. Between 12 and 1 o’clock, when the display was at its full brilliancy, the quiet streets of the city resting under this strange light, presented a beautiful as well as singular appearance.”
Maunder Aurora observed and described by Edward Walter Maunder in The Observatory, June 1883 which he termed “a strange celestial visitor “.
Philosophical Magazine, May 1883


Scientist believe that reversals  or pole shifts happen at intervals of hundreds of thousands of years,but one recent study suggests it could happen in just a matter of centuries.




READ: What happens when the Earth Flips?




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