Donald Scott: Why Do Planets Have Magnetic Fields? | Space News

The Earth’s north magnetic pole is on the move. According to a recent update to the World Magnetic Model, the movement of the north magnetic pole, which has been erratic yet accelerating for about 40 years, has recently accelerated more dramatically. Of course, planetary scientists attribute changes to our planet’s magnetic field to the so-called dynamo deep down in the planet’s outer core. However, we have reported on the groundbreaking recent discoveries which completely confound conventional models of planetary magnetic fields. In this episode, we ask retired professor of electrical engineering Dr. Donald Scott to elaborate how a planet’s magnetic field is generated in the Electric Universe.

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