- This is my first contribution as a member of The Thunderbolt Forum. I´m hoping for a great time here!
Could the subject of "resent Earth magnetic anomalies" maybe suggest, that the Earth magnetic field in fact are changing all the time? But if so: Accordingly to what force?
(The accepted principles of a bar-magnet seems somewhat strange to me! Are there really 2 seperate magnetic circular movements in each ends, in stead of just 1 circular movement? Or: Are the Earth magnetic movement not a straight line circular movement but twisted halfways on its way from one pole to another? Can anyone please explain this to mee?)
- It´s my opinion that the Earth does not produce the Earth magnetic field by it self. The Solar Vind must be the course of the Earth magnetic field and, if so, the Earth magnetic field must be changing all the time throughout the seasons because of the Earth axis tilt and the seasonal orbit around the Sun.
Furthermore, if so, the Earth magnetic field also are changing accordingly to the rhythms of the Sun, which can explain "the surprisingly rapid changes" notised by the Danish astrophysisist Niels Olsen: ""What is so surprising is that rapid, almost sudden, changes take place in the Earth's magnetic field," said study co-author Nils Olsen, a geophysicist at the Danish National Space Center in Copenhagen". (http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news ... -core.html
Apropos anomalies: I don´t believe in the accepted theory of Photosynthesis. In my opinion, it is the electric force of the Sun coursing magnetic currents that heats up the atmosphere and deeper into the Earth crust, which causes the moist, iron and all the other elements to be stemmed up in all vegetable matters. This fact could also explain the growth in deep sea without the process of Photosynthesis.
- If someone are interested in reading my attempts to explain my intuitive thaughts of the Sun/Earth magnetic cooperation, when trying to retell the Norse Creation Myth in a modern way, feel wery welcome here: http://www.native-science.net/Creation.Myth.Norse.htm
All the Best from Ivar Nielsen, Denmark
NB: Please forgive my somewhat restricted english vocabulary . . .