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"A team of researchers has for the first time recovered a magnetic field record from ancient minerals for Iron Age southern Africa (between 1000 and 1500 AD).  The data, combined with the current weakening of Earth’s magnetic field, suggest that the region of Earth’s core beneath southern Africa may play a special role in reversals of the planet’s magnetic poles."
Ancient Ritualistic Village Burnings Opened the Door to Data Collection. A team of researchers has for the first time recovered a magnetic field record from ancient minerals for Iron Age southern Africa (between 1000 and 1500 AD). The data, combined with the current weakening of Earth's magnetic ...
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Earth magnetic field is because of the rotation of earth molten core. Magnetic poles will only shift if the direction of rotation of the earth molten core will also shift.
Earth Magnetic poles shift happen many times before, it will shift again.

The zebra stripes at the bottom of the ocean or the magnetic stripping is a good indicator that earth magnetic poles shifted before and the earth did not just shift its magnetic poles. The earth axis of rotation north and south pole shifted too or the earth crust shifted too with the magnetic field.

The zebra stripes is an indicator that earth crust is created at one point and it is being recycled at the other end. Rock age also confirm it. Tectonic plates or the earth crust are moving at around an inch a year. The zebra stripes indicate the earth tectonic plates movement in one direction. The direction of this tectonic plate movement is very much dependent on the movement of the earth molten core. If the earth molten core is the only thing that change and the earth tectonic plate or earth crust did not shift with it, then the direction of the earth tectonic plates movement will reverse too. If the tectonic plate movement is reversing every time the magnetic field of the earth shifted then there will be no zebra stripes at the bottom of the ocean. Also there will be no new and old earth crust.


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Doesn't look like I'll get through this summer without the a/c unit. I need to install a split system for my office.
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+Michael Rutherford Perfect jogging weather? :-)
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I'm fortunate enough to live ~20 minutes from this gorgeous structure!
The Robert Moses hydroelectric plant in Niagara Falls, NY. Upgraded since 2006, it can produce 2,525 megawatts of clean electricity, year round. It also has an ingenious pumped-storage system that can build up potential energy during the night for use during daytime demand. This was necessary because of an agreement with Canada to allow more water flow over the natural falls during the day for tourist viewing.
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I get a raise too :)
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If you have two working eyes, you are live streaming two images of the world into your brain. Your brain combines the two to produce a view of the world that appears as though you had a single eye — like the Cyclops from Greek mythology. And that's a good thing, as the combination of the two ...
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From the 2015 World Science Festival.
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I had never seen so many birds in my life. The sunset turns the world a deep pink as auklets and murres spiral up to their nests on the Diomede Islands, two rocky outposts in the Bering Strait equidistant from the shores of Alaska and Siberia. The seabird observers count as quickly as they can; ...
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"Worst ice conditions in 20 years force change of plans to icebreaker research program"
A carefully planned, 115-day scientific expedition on board the floating research vessel, the CCGS Amundsen, has been derailed as the icebreaker has been called to help resupply ships navigate heavy ice in Hudson Bay.
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Couple of nights with mid 60° weather. No complains here.
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Apparently Chrome no longer supports the necessary plugin for Wolfram CDF Player and I have to run the demonstrations in Internet Explorer. Runs fine there.
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According to a forum discussion on it, the issue is that Chrome no longer supports 32-bit plugins and the Wolfram player doesn't have a 64-bit plugin yet. That's all I could find and I'm not certain if it's correct.
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Anybody have thoughts on this meter? Thinking of getting one, mostly for bench & hobby work.
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I've used extech stuff and it seems to work reasonably well.
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Multimeters and true-RMS capability
I'm curious if people who do typical bench work find this important as a feature.
When I worked in electrical construction it was necessary to use meters with true-RMS capability. A lot of the current measurements I did were to determine the safe or correct load on branch circuits and feeders. If the load is primarily linear then the current draw has the same sine waveform as the voltage and an average sensing meter is adequate. Examples would be incandescent lighting, fluorescent or HID lighting with magnetic ballasts, induction motors w/o electronic drives. If the load is significantly non-linear (e.g. computers, printers, electronic lighting, rectified battery chargers, variable frequency drives...) then the waveform of the current will be different than the sine wave of the supply voltage, and an average sensing meter will give an inaccurate measurement. That's because it's calibrated for a pure sine wave.
The EEVblog has a nice mention of this in their video on buying a digital multimeter:
https://youtu.be/gh1n_ELmpFI?t=39m19s
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Please, let's not get him involved here. :-)
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Sound like Greenland acts as as damper.
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