Thursday, December 21, 2023

Mechanism of the Earth's magnetic field

The Earth has no magnetic field or poles. Scientists lied that the molten cone creates a magnetic field around the Earth, which also extends into space, forming a magnetosphere that protects the Earth.

Sunlight is constantly moving westward at the equator at a rate of 1,000 miles per hour, creating a weak electric current around the Earth. inducing all compasses pointing north. Because of the smaller circumference near the poles, this weak electric current become stronger, creating auroras at night. 

This is why the hypothetical Earth's magnetic field measured 0.2 Gauss near the equator and 0.6 Gauss near the poles

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