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Magnetic Fields (The Last Rhumba)


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  1. The intense fields used by medical scanners, which are around , times stronger than the Earth’s magnetic field, can trigger nausea, dizziness and a metallic taste in .
  2. May 26,  · A long-standing weak spot in Earth's magnetic field is getting weirder, and it may be splitting into two distinct zones of weakness. The South Atlantic Anomaly is a section of Earth's magnetic.
  3. The magnetic field has weakened 9% over the last years. A weak spot in the southern Atlantic, which has grown bigger every year, has split in two.
  4. Magnetic activity increases to a vibrant high, known as a solar maximum, and the star's surface ripples with gigantic sunspots, bristles with lashing magnetic field lines and pops with plasma.
  5. May 26,  · Exactly why this is happening remains a mystery. Earth's magnetic field is generated by electrical currents produced by a swirling mass of liquid iron within the outer core of our planet, but while this phenomenon appears stable at any given moment, over vast timescales, it's never really still.
  6. Dec 07,  · 'The geomagnetic field has been decaying for the last 3, years,' said Dr. Nicolas Thouveny from the European Centre for Research and Teaching of Environmental Geosciences (CEREGE) in Aix-en.
  7. Magnetic fields, particularly from 60 Hz AC building wiring, are a known cancer risk, and when magnetic and electric fields are both present in sleeping areas, the cancer risk is reported to be eleven times higher than with either alone. Electric field exposure can prevent a deep, restful sleep, while magnetic field exposure essentially wears down your immune system and causes a host of symptoms in clients.
  8. May 24,  · The strength of the magnetic field in the area of anomaly has dropped by 8 per cent between the years and "The new, eastern minimum of the South Atlantic Anomaly has appeared over the last decade and in recent years is developing vigorously," said Jürgen Matzka, from the German Research Centre for Geosciences said in a statement.

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