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Strategies & Market Trends : Taking Advantage of a Sharply Changing Environment
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To: Doug R who wrote (3758)5/23/2020 2:40:35 PM
From: Doug R  Read Replies (1) of 4101
 
When the new release of the World Magnetic Model came out, it was expected that the usual inclusion of data on the strength of Earth's magnetic field would be part of that release.

That data was missing. Without explanation.

Now there is new publicly available "data" being reported on it. And it's a major discrepancy.

Previous data showed a 15% loss over the last 2 centuries. Previous data showed acceleration in the loss rate.

Current data supports even further acceleration and weakening associated with activity at the South Atlantic Anomaly, an increase in volcanic activity, and more EQs at the mid-ocean ridges.

The current number for public consumption has been chosen as....10% field strength loss over the last 200 years to present.

They REALLY want everything covered up about the GSM, the pole shift, the causes and the consequences.

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