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The North Earth's magnetic pole is moving faster than expected




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Attention to anyone who moves with a compass, be it shipping companies, planes or serious tourists. The magnetic north, i. Nature reports that the North Earth's magnetic pole has moved so fast since the latest update to the official manual known as the World Magnetic Model in 2015 that scientists are jumping early to update it again instead of waiting until 2020. This move had to happen on Tuesday, but now it will wait until January 30 because of the government's closure. It seems that the pole, whose movement is difficult to predict, moves away from the Canadian Arctic on its way to Siberia much faster than scientists predicted three years ago.
The result is that the difference between the magnetic north where the compass probe points and the geographic or true north is larger than it should be, explains Live Science. Modern navigation systems use the Global Magnetic Model to help regulate the difference between the magnetic and the true north. The reason for the inconsistent movement is unclear, but everything is related to the complex movements of the liquid iron in the nucleus of the planet. It does not help: Scientists have discovered an "abnormally strong geomagnetic pulse" under South America in 201

6 and this impulse can be a factor in the anomaly for IFL Science. Here's how a geomagneticist explains this on Nature : "The location of the North Magnetic Pole seems to be governed by two large-scale magnetic fields, one under Canada and one under Siberia." (Read More Discovery Stories.)

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