|May22-03, 05:18 AM||#18|
Your favorite original, pet physics theory
apparently the magnetic field lines wrap around the sun as it differentially rotates. At some point after 11 years the field collapses and re-establishes itself, opposite polarity. You're right that this ought to put force on the earth;s moving charged particles. But I wonder, does the earth's crust create a Gaussian surface that would shield electric charges from the outside? Interesting.
|May22-03, 07:02 PM||#19|
The time cube theory is way the hell out there, I'm not impressed by someone who tries to support their argument by demeaning others.
There could be a lot of variables to explain the Earth's magnetic pole flips, but my guess is the main variable is connected to the Sun's polarity, it might even be found that Mars's polarity flipped just about when Earth's flipped, maybe the whole solar system is set up for maximum polarity orientation.
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