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Originally posted by gimme_some_truth
Well.. This makes me want to go out and buy a compass...
Surprisingly some here are reporting the same thing as the OP. But some also reporting nothing wrong with theirs.... Interesting...
This means to me, that either people are some how reading their compass wrong... Or there is something going on.... and only some areas are affected.... I don't know...
Confusing... But interesting.
A huge filament of magnetism and hot plasma blasted off the sun's southwestern limb on March 19th around 1200 UT
Originally posted by ikke24
I diddn't read the whole tread, only the first
the noth is still the north and hasn't moved lately, atleast not noticeble enough for "normal" people with small compasses
so stop with making such a rediculous treads
people get scared
Originally posted by goochball
How many more of you have compasses? This should be interesting.
Originally posted by billxam
It sure doesn't look to me like this follows New Madrid at all. I put the approximate location of the fault on the map.
It's almost like it's something in the center of the U.S. that has a distinct range.
edit on 20-3-2011 by billxam because: added mapedit on 20-3-2011 by billxam because: (no reason given)