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Polar path in geomagnetic reversals
Geomagnetic reversals have a tendency to to move either across North and South America or 180 degrees away near Australia and East Asia. This may be accounted for by hypothesizing that the varying core dynamo field is covered by a highly conducting layer which is insulating everywhere but under the Pacific hemisphere where it has metallic conductivity. Paleomagnetic data, from the Triassic and other time periods, support this hypothesis as the most plausible explanation for geomagnetic variation.
Author: Runcorn, S.K.
Publisher: Macmillan Publishing Ltd.
Publication Name: Nature
Subject: Zoology and wildlife conservation
Originally posted by Chadwickus
It's all well and good to just google dead birds and post up all these links to bird deaths but you need common ground to connect them, none could be connected with each other, apart from possibly Arkansas and Kentucky and the two Asian bird flu cases...but the rest can't be connected, the pelicans have physical injuries to them and the penguins starved to death.
What you're doing is mindless fear mongering, stop and think about it first.