The magnetic field of the Earth allows us to exist. It deters detrimental radiation. Keeps the water and atmosphere in place. But now he's doing it – and nobody knows why.
The planet Earth is alive. Its deep under the skin, the blood of his life – the iron rims of the iron – the pulse around his core. This mobile iron creates a magnetic field that produces auroras and keeps us alive.
But, according to the scientific journal Nature, something strange is below.
Magnetic North Pole is far from Canada, via Siberian.
"The magnetic pole moves so quickly that experts in geomagnetism of the world have become strange movements," Nature reports.
On January 30 (due to the delay in the shutdown of the US Government), the World Magnetic Model, which directs modern navigation systems, is an urgent update.
This model is an indispensable component between systems used in shipping navigation and navigation systems used on maps.
The current model will be valid until 2020. But the magnetic pole began to change so quickly that it had to face the model in 2018. Now
"It was clear that the definition was a safe (safe) navigation error," Nature reports.
Each year, the geophysical geofisics of the Pacific Ocean and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and the Geological Survey of the Geology changes the Earth's magnetic field.
This is necessary if the liquid liquid of the Earth's core is not moving consistently.
"In 2016, for example, a portion of the magnetic field accelerated temporarily in South South America and under the Eastern Pacific Ocean," Nature reports.
This change was captured by satellites.
But the magnetic pulmonary polonium has been analyzed since 1831. At the beginning of the year it traveled to the Arctic Ocean at a speed of 15 km / h. But, since the mid-90s, it has taken off speed.
It is changing at an annual 55 kilometer speed.
But recent research carried out the Earth's magnetic field for 1000 years.
Why is the magnetic field changing so that it is considerably unknown?
"Geomagnetic sites, as it happened in 2016, can be returned to the" Hydromagnetic "from the core of the nucleus," Nature reports. "And the fast moving magnetic pole north of Canada under high-speed iron can be linked to high-speed steel."
The magnetic effect of the iron core below the river is weakened.
"North magnetic pole seems to be a magnetic field of two large-scale arches, under Canadian and Siberia," said Phil Livermore of Leeds University in a meeting of the American Geophysical Union. "Siberian Patch Wins Competition".
And global warming opens up more shipping routes to the north of Russia and Canada, which involves a serious problem.
"While the rapid pulley is taking place, this region goes to bigger mistakes," says Arnaud Chulliat, Colorado Boulder and the geomagnetist at the NOAA University.