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Magnetic flip

Comprehensive information on geomagnetic reversal, or how the Earth's poles could flip .

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When North goes South

Images and animations on how our planet's magnetic poles have flipped in the past, and how they may flip again.

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What causes the periodic reversals of the earth's magnetic field?

A page from Scientific American about historical flips of the Earth 's poles (known as geomagnetic reversal)

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The Sun’s Magnetic Field Is About to Reverse

Every 11 years the direction of the Sun's magnetic field flips. This article outlines what we expect to observe and experience here on Earth when it does change direction.

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Plants, Poles and Plugs

How electricity is generated and delivered to your home.

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How Boolean Logic Works

Explains how Boolean Logic works, with gates, adders and flip-flops. From HowStuffWorks.com.

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Aurora

When energetic charged particles enter the earth's atmosphere from the solar wind, they tend to be channeled toward the poles by the magnetic force.

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Are the Earth's magnetic poles moving?

Brief ideas regarding magnetic polar wandering.

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Earth's poles may switch

Short article from PhysicsWeb (Institute of Physics) which discusses possible future shifts in the orientation of the earth's magnetic field.

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Making Maths: Clinometer

Use a clinometer to measure the height of trees, buildings, flag poles and other tall objects. Here's a simple activities to make your own.

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