through lots of research I came across a little experiment conducted by Nikola Tesla. This Experiment consisted of magnetizing a sphere to the same the Earth produced in the given area where the experiment was to take place. Taking the spin of the earth approximate wind effects on the sphere a location was determined and the area was informed of falling objects. Once the Sphere was charged it shot in to the air, apparently with great force and speed, never to be seen again. with that said, I would like to know the numerical break down of Earths magnetic fields and variances that would have and would allow an experiment like that to take place. This would include the construction of the the magnet. How much electricity would be needed to charge a given material to permit the to be repeated?