- Scientists warn Earth's magnetic North Pole has begun moving 'erratically New Zealand Herald
- Earth’s magnetic field is mysteriously acting up, pushing North Pole towards Siberia RT
- Scientists warn Earth's magnetic North Pole has begun moving erratically at speeds of 50km a year Daily Mail
- North Magnetic Pole Shifts, Forcing a Navigation Update Fortune
- Earth’s Magnetic Field Is Shifting Too Fast for NOAA Scientists to Keep Up Inverse
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Earth's magnetic field is acting up — and nobody knows why.
Earth’s magnetic field, the basis for modern global navigation systems, is constantly in some state of flux. However, it now seems to be going haywire, pushing the North Pole closer to Siberia, and no one’s sure why.
Researchers say the magnetic North Pole is 'skittering' away from Canada, towards Siberia.
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The Earth's magnetic field has always been in flux, due to the changing patterns of swirling molten metals in the planet's outer core, but a new report suggests that Earth's magnetic field is shifting so rapidly and unpredictably that it's rendering scientists' models obsolete at a faster rate than ever before.