Is Earth on the verge of undergoing a magnetic pole shift? Scientists say SOON

Thursday, January 17, 2019
By Paul Martin

by: Ethan Huff
NaturalNews.com
Wednesday, January 16, 2019

This place we all call home, Earth, is currently in the throes of some serious magnetic turmoil. And scientists are now warning that we’re possibly in for a very rough ride in the months and years ahead, as our North and South Poles are actually moving from their formerly fixed points.

According to a paper recently published in the peer-reviewed journal Nature, what’s happening is that magnetic North Pole is traveling away from Canada and towards Siberia – and it’s doing this so quickly that scientists are now having to issue emergency updates to the maps used by electronic navigation systems.

While Earth’s magnetic fields have always been in a state of flux, this flux is picking up some dramatic speed, experts warn. What this means is that the World Magnetic Model (WMM), upon which most modern navigation relies, is becoming obsolete much more quickly than normal.

The last version of this model was released in 2015, and was supposed to last until 2020, scientists claim. But because the poles are now changing at breakneck speed, this model is having to be updated a lot sooner – assuming there’s funding to be had amid the current federal government shutdown.

“[The World Magnetic Model] was due to be updated on the 15th January, but due to the U.S. Government shutdown, that has already been delayed until the 30th,” writes Mark Prigg for the DailyMail Online about the current situation.

Will Earth’s poles eventually FLIP? It’s a strong possibility

While it would seem that the Poles, and mainly the North Pole, are simply veering off-course at an unusually fast rate, scientists warn that every so often they actually flip – and that this could be what’s occurring before our very eyes.

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