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NY Times article link and comments on earth EMF

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  • mike@usinter.net
    http://www.nytimes.com/2004/07/13/science/13magn.html?pagewanted=2 As scientists began to understand the importance of reversals in the planet s history, they
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      http://www.nytimes.com/2004/07/13/science/13magn.html?pagewanted=2


      "As scientists began to understand the importance of reversals in
      the planet's history, they examined the fossil record for evidence
      of damage to life. In 1971, Dr. James D. Hays of the Lamont-Doherty
      Earth Observatory of Columbia University noted a strong correlation
      between recent flips and species extinctions of tiny marine
      creatures known as [
      http://oceanlink.island.net/oinfo/radiolarians/radiolarian.html%5d
      radiolarians. "The evidence," he wrote in The Bulletin of the
      Geological Society of America, "is strongly suggestive that magnetic
      reversals either directly or indirectly exert a selective force.""

      Comment:

      Where the error is is that the end of the radiolarians is 'caused'
      by the change in the EMF and not the other way around.

      Same with the issue of the core. The reason the strikes from
      convection are ignored as a forcing which causes the EMF is that
      scientists who study the physics and the EMF are generally not
      educated in biological sciences, and even within the field of
      biology gaia isn not apreciated as something which could give a
      coherant order to such a large scale phenomenon.

      See Spot run. See Spot jump. See Occum's razor cut.



      Something dead like the core could not possibly MODULATE the EMF
      and, therefore, modulate the earth's atmosphere. Solar winds free to
      wisk away the atmosphere or not by the chaotic movements of the core
      doesn't get it done.

      But the earth's atmosphere IS modulated.
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