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According to an Undark report, the flip could cause “devastating streams of particles from the sun, galactic cosmic rays and enhanced ultraviolet B rays from a radiation.”
But a global apocalypse isn’t guaranteed, as NASA explains: “Many doomsday theorists have tried to take this natural geological occurrence and suggest it could lead to Earth’s destruction.”
“But would there be any dramatic effects? The answer, from the geologic and fossil records we have from hundreds of past magnetic polarity reversals, seems to be ‘no.'”
originally posted by: Spacespider
a reply to: TrueBrit
Thanks for that, but I always just thought of the inner earth being very chaotic and random..
So in order to push the poles around.. would mean a collective effort of those inner earth mechanics.
And being chaotic and random, that would be like rolling six, 100 times in a row.
I would like to think the randomness make it a balanced center, and a trustful poles.