Scientists Discover That Earth’s Magnetic Field Functions like a Drum; Impulses Ripple Along Its Surface

(Edsel Cook) Every time it gets hit by solar wind and other cosmic impulses, the magnetic field of Earth ripples until the waves arrive at the magnetic poles, which shunts the force back into space. Researchers liken this effect to a percussion drum being played.

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