Einstein–de Haas effect offers new insight into a puzzling magnetic phenomenon

The Earth's magnetic pole is wobbling around, causing various navigation issues across the globe. Luckily, there's a model that corrects for this wobble. Unluckily, a crucial update to the magnetic pole model is delayed because of the US government shutdown. The post We Can’t Correct for Magnetic Pole Shifts Thanks to the Government Shutdown appeared first on ExtremeTech.

Einstein–de Haas effect offers new insight into a puzzling magnetic phenomenon

More than 100 years ago, Albert Einstein and Wander Johannes de Haas discovered that when they used a magnetic field to flip the magnetic state of an iron bar dangling from a thread, the bar ...

Tue 15 Jan 19 from Phys.org

We Can’t Correct for Magnetic Pole Shifts Thanks to the Government Shutdown

The Earth's magnetic pole is wobbling around, causing various navigation issues across the globe. Luckily, there's a model that corrects for this wobble. Unluckily, a crucial update to the magnetic ...

Tue 15 Jan 19 from Extremetech

Earth's Magnetic Pole Is Wandering, Lurching Toward Siberia

Earth's north magnetic pole is on the move, unpredictably lurching away from the Canadian Arctic and toward Siberia.

Tue 15 Jan 19 from SPACE.com

Earth's Magnetic Pole Is Wandering, Lurching Toward Siberia, Mon 14 Jan 19 from Livescience

Earth’s magnetic pole is moving faster than expected

Mon 14 Jan 19 from Popular Science

Shifting north magnetic pole forces unprecedented navigation fix

Rapid shifts in the Earth's north magnetic pole are forcing researchers to make an unprecedented early update to a model that helps navigation by ships, planes and submarines in the Arctic, ...

Fri 11 Jan 19 from Reuters

Magnets: How do they stop working?

Electrons generate spinning sound wave, flip iron from magnetic to non magnetic.

Wed 9 Jan 19 from Ars Technica

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