News Stories relating to "magnetic field flip"
Wednesday, April 9, 2014
It has long been recognised that birds use the Earth's magnetic field (MF) for navigational purposes, but a recent study published in Frontiers in Zoology has uncovered a rather more unexpected animal response to this enigmatic MF energy.
It transpires that, when they stoop to poop, dogs prefer to align their bodies to the north-south...
Tuesday, August 6, 2013
The sun's magnetic field flips every 11 years, and it's about to do it again. As reported on Unknowncountry.com
it last flipped on February 15, 2001, as the previous solar max reached its height. The complete field reversal is 3 to 4 months away. The shift will mark the...
Thursday, February 15, 2001
The sun's magnetic field shifted today, indicating that the solar maximum will be at its most intense over the next few months. A shift in the sun's polarity is not an unexpected event during a solar maximum, which has occurred every eleven years since the sunspot cycle was discovered.
The sun's magnetic north pole is now in its...