Chapter 16 – The Earth’s three North Poles: sorting out the Magnetic Fields of our Planet -and- the faulty Rationale of ‘Standard’ Astronomers
GALAXIES For Intelligently Designed Minds (NOT For ‘Standard’ Model DUMMIES)
The greater and the minor Bubbles of Energy of Planet Earth
TINA: Could you offer a description of the bubble of energy of the earth? Could you explain also about what you mentioned that the earth has a minor and a greater bubble of energy, please?
TIM: It is possible that the earth’s bubble is different from those of other planets.
TINA: Why would it be different, to allow life to thrive in it?
TIM: Yea, partly. Obviously, the earth’s environment is different from those of the other planets. However, the difference I see is that according to Scripture, the earth was made at the very beginning, before there were moons, suns, planets and any other celestial bodies. Therefore, although I have said before that typically, the bubbles of moons would be inside the bubble of their host planets, in the earth’s case it might not be so. This is because when the earth’s bubble was made, there was no moon to put inside its bubble. The earth was created in the first day and its moon was created in the fourth day.
TINA: Let me see if I get this right. Do you mean that for this reason, the earth would have its own bubble of energy and our moon would have its own, but not inside the earth’s bubble of energy? However, in the case of other planets, the bubble of their moon or moons would be inside the planet’s bubble.
TIM: Yes. According to Scripture, the earth was created on the first day and by the end of that day, it was rotating and it had generated its time and gravitational balance. In contrast, the moon was created on the fourth day, along with the Sun, the planets, the stars and the rest of the universe.
TINA: In that case, how would the earth and moon be joined together into one bubble? Is that why you said that the earth would have a greater bubble also?
TIM: Yes, as we will discuss it seems it has. In this case, there would be an extra third bubble housing both, the bubble of the earth and the bubble of the moon and combining them into one greater bubble or engine.
TINA: That would be a third bubble of the earth housing both the earth and the moon’s bubbles.
TIM: As suggested, let’s call this bigger bubble housing the earth and the moon, ‘the greater bubble of the earth’ to differentiate it from the smaller bubble only housing the planet earth sans the moon and let’s call the bubble only housing the earth, ‘the minor bubble of the earth’.
The Earth’s three North Poles
TOM: This is a clear case that you let your legends and beliefs take over completely any common sense you might have left in you. How can you twist the evidence offered by the solar system just to fit some millenary traditions and stories that have nothing to do with science? At least have the decency of clarifying that this is completely based on your traditions and contrary to scientific evidence. Science is science and myths arte myths!
TIM: I think that there is plenty of scientific evidence to support my views. Listen to it first and then judge for yourself!
TINA: That means that there would be a greater bubble of the earth housing two bubbles inside it, the one for the earth and the one for the moon.
TIM: Yes and this is one of the reason why the earth has more than one North Pole.
TINA: Is the fact that the earth has more than one North and South Poles related to those different bubbles of energy the earth assumedly has?
TIM: Yes, partly. In fact, the earth has three different and recognized North Poles of which two are magnetic and one isn’t. The non-magnetic pole is simply called the North Pole and it is found at the point at which the earth turns in its axis. That’s the North Pole found in most maps.
TINA: That is the North Pole we have been taught about in elementary school and it points to the top of every map with a little arrow. However, that’s not a magnetic pole.
TIM: Right. If we would be standing there at that North Pole, when we look up to the night sky we would see all the stars rotating over that point, that is, except one, the Polar Star which would look as if hanging in the middle and center of the sky. To our senses, it would feel and look as if we were standing at the center of the universe, as the visible stars would seem to revolve over that point. This is the earth geographic North Pole, but as mentioned, it is not a magnetic pole. This is called simply the geographic North Pole.
TINA: Why isn’t that pole magnetic? Isn't assumed that the magnetism of the earth is generated by dynamos of molten iron inside the earth’s crust? If so, why the rotation of the earth on its axis doesn’t generate any magnetism?
The Three Poles of the Earth provide a more robust and complex Balance to the rotational Patterns of the Earth
TIM: We could discuss the assumed dynamo of molten iron in a moment, when we finish talking about these three different north and south poles, but probably there isn’t any such thing as a dynamo of molten iron inside the earth and therefore, the earth’s magnetism is generated some other way.
TOM: Are you nuts? When will you stop contradicting every item in science’s index and denying all the basis of science?
TINA: So, the North Pole isn’t magnetic, but there are two more poles.
TIM: Yes and both of those other poles are magnetic poles. One is called the Geomagnetic North Pole and the other one the Magnetic North Pole, so it could be a little tricky to remember which is which.
TINA: Why are there more than one North Poles? Is this due to some faulty alignment of the axis of rotation of the earth and the magnetic pole?
TIM: This is no fault at all. The existence of those different poles help to provide a more robust and complex balance to the rotational patterns of the earth.
TINA: OK. I could understand that, but why there are two magnetic poles? How does science explain this?
TIM: I will tell you how the concept of the bubbles of energy explains this, but to know how traditional ‘Standard’ science answers this, you could ask one of the traditional scientists, or could ask dear Tom here.
TINA: Fair enough.
TIM: As mentioned, I don’t believe electromagnetism is primarily generated inside the earth, or inside other planets, but instead, that it is generated by the bubble of energy of a celestial body’s friction against its outer space. In other words, the earth’s magnetism is not generated inside the crust of the earth, but up above in the skin of its bubble of energy, by the friction of the same against its outer space.
TINA: But you also just said that earth has two bubbles of energy, the greater and the minor ones. By which of the bubbles is the magnetism generated, then?
The Magnetic and Geomagnetic Poles of the Earth are generated by the greater and minor Bubbles of Energy of the Earth, respectively
TIM: By both and that’s why the earth has two magnetic poles. However, these two poles are different the one from the other and are located in different spots of the Arctic Circle. In addition, they slowly change position.
TINA: Just to recap, you said one of the bubbles of the earth houses the earth and the moon, and the other only the earth. You called the one housing the earth and moon, the greater bubble and the one for only the earth, the minor bubble. Therefore, there are two bubbles of energy of the earth and each of the earth’s bubbles would generate different North and South poles.
TIM: This is what it is observed! As mentioned, one of these poles is called the Geomagnetic North Pole. Geo- is related to the earth, as in the words geography or geocentric. If you remember this, is easier to remember that the Geomagnetic North Pole is the one any compass anywhere on earth would point to, as the North. Geomagnetic means the earth’s magnetic pole.
TINA: Geo means earth, so the Geomagnetic Pole would be the pole of the minor bubble of the earth, the one only for the earth and that’s the pole my compass points to.
TIM: We could also call this minor bubble the geo-bubble, only related to the earth.
TINA: And the second magnetic pole, called the Magnetic North Pole would be generated by the earth’s greater bubble, which includes both, the earth and the moon?
TIM: Exactly. Of course, that’s not the way ‘Standard’ Model astronomers explain the phenomenon, as they don't know yet that there are bubbles of energy. They don’t even know why there are two distinct magnetic north poles.
TINA: This could be a little confusing. Let me review again, for the sake of clarity. There are three distinct poles and two of those are magnetic, but one isn’t. The one that isn’t magnetic is known simply as the North Pole and is where the Meridians meet. If we were standing there and looking at the stars, we would see all stars circling around that point, as if we were standing at the center of the universe, although obviously we wouldn't. As mentioned, this pole isn’t notably magnetic but more just like a geographic pole, the north pole of the maps.
TIM: Right, this is the geographic North of our maps, but it is not magnetic. The earth’s axis passes through it and the earth rotates around the line joining the North Pole and the South Pole. However, if we hold a map and a compass, the North the compass points to, is slightly different from that geographic North. Again, the ‘North’ all compasses point to is called the Geomagnetic North Pole. Geo means earth and magnetic means that, magnetic.
TINA: So, the Geomagnetic Pole is one of the two magnetic North poles of the earth and this is the one to which all compasses point to.
Different Functions of the Magnetic and Geomagnetic Poles
TIM: Yep. That’s the good old North our compasses point to from anywhere on the earth, except when we are in the geographic North Pole. Ha!
TINA: That’s where the confusion comes from; why is there an extra North Pole that we can only perceive when we are on the North Pole, which is called just the Magnetic North Pole? Why the compass points to this second magnetic pole only if we are in the North Pole?
TIM: This second Magnetic North Pole is really the point at which the electromagnetic lines or fields of the greater bubble of the earth enter the body of the earth. We can’t perceive it anywhere else because unlike the Geomagnetic North Pole, this one doesn’t spread over the surface of the earth. This Magnetic North Pole only enters the earth through somewhere in the North Pole and exits it through somewhere in the South one. Those are the only two points where it can be perceived by a compass. This Magnetic North Pole travels through the earth as if through a tunnel and leaves it again, without touching or spreading over the surface of the earth.
TINA: Why those Magnetic fields and lines only pass through the interior of the earth without spreading over its surface?
TIM: Because those fields passing through the poles of the greater bubble of energy only pin the earth to the relative and dynamic position it should have within the greater bubble of the earth.
TINA: I think I see it…
TIM: These poles generated by the greater bubble of the earth are not aligned with the center of the earth, not even with the geomagnetic pole of the earth and of the minor bubble of the earth, but with the center of the bubble housing the earth and the moon bubbles. In contrast, the North and South Geomagnetic Poles are aligned with the minor bubble of the earth, but not with the geographic non-magnetic North and South Pole of the maps. It is a confusing situation and phenomenon. Don’t feel bad if it takes a little time to get it, and be comforted with the fact that even many of our astronomers haven’t gotten it yet.
Following the electromagnetic Highways of the minor and greater Bubbles of the Earth
TIM: Let’s trace the routes of the different magnetic highways, as it could help us to see more clearly their difference in functions.
TINA: Let’s do that, then.
TIM: The geomagnetic lines enter the minor bubble of the earth through the bubble’s North Pole, travel through the bubble’s inner space and land on the surface of the earth, in the spot that it is known as the Geomagnetic North Pole. Of course, that’s only the perceived Geomagnetic North Pole. The true one is up in the sky on the skin of the minor bubble of the earth. After landing on the surface of our Arctic Pole, the geomagnetic lines pass through the heart of the earth and arrive at the earth’s perceived Geomagnetic South Pole, on the Antarctic. The system is called a dipolar magnetic field. Then, while part of that electromagnetism would spread over the surface of the earth starting at the Geomagnetic South Pole in its way back up the North Geomagnetic Pole, part of it would travel through the inner space of the bubble to the South Pole of the minor bubble of the earth, the true Geomagnetic South Pole. That’s up on the skin of the minor bubble of the earth.
TINA: So, the geomagnetic poles are generated by the minor bubble of the earth, tracing the line that joins the poles of the minor bubble and act as the magnetic axis of the earth. In addition, part of that magnetism spreads from the Geomagnetic South Pole over the surface of the earth traveling back North and guiding our compasses to point North.
TIM: Yep. However, that’s not the case with the second set of magnetic poles, which are just called the Magnetic Poles, as they don’t pass through the center of the minor bubble of the earth, but through the center of the greater bubble of the earth, the one housing the earth and the moon.
TINA: In addition, its magnetism doesn’t spread over the surface of the earth.
TIM: Right. Those magnetic lines only cross through the inside of the earth and that’s why they can only be perceived at the entrance and exit points.
TINA: It makes sense.
TIM: We have said that the magnetic poles generated by the greater bubble of the earth that houses both the earth and the moon’s bubbles of energy couldn’t be aligned with the center of only one of those inner bubbles. Instead, it would be aligned with the center of the greater bubble of energy, housing the two bubbles, the earth’s bubble and the moon’s. The purpose of the Magnetic and Geomagnetic Poles and fields are different, although traditional ‘Standard’ astronomy doesn’t explain their differences much; at least not in an intelligent way, as it still assumes that those poles are inside the earth.
TINA: You have said the electromagnetism is not generated within the earth, but at the skin of its bubbles. I have a question; if the magnetism of the Magnetic Poles –the one associated with the greater bubble of the earth- is only perceived in the poles, how do people find the Magnetic North Pole?
TIM: Right, the magnetic flow of the Magnetic Poles doesn’t spread over the surface of the earth. Instead, its function seems to be to act as the axis of the bubbles of the earth and the moon within the greater bubble of the earth. It is not its function to provide the magnetism for the individual bubble of the earth’s surface.
TINA: And that’s why a compass perceives the geomagnetic fields anywhere on earth, but only perceives the magnetic poles only in the poles, at the points they enter or leave the earth.
How Scientists Find the Magnetic North Pole generated by the greater Bubble of the Earth?
TIM: Yep. Our explanations back and forth here perhaps are a little difficult to follow and I apologize for that.
TINA: Let me recap briefly this one more time. The first North Pole, the non-magnetic one is found by finding the place where looking at the stars, they revolve around over that point, which is the axis of rotation of the earth, but it is not notably magnetic.
TIM: Yea, it is more like a physical North Pole and it is where all the virtual geographic meridians join. It is the northernmost point of the axis of rotation of the earth. It is not magnetic, which is a strong hint that magnetism is not generated by the rotation of the body of the earth or by any assumed dynamos of molten iron in its interior.
TINA: You claim instead that the earth’s magnetism, the ones perceived over most of the surface of the earth is generated at the skin of the minor bubble of the earth, as it rotates against its outer space. The rotation and subsequent friction generates that magnetism.
TIM: Right! It is possible that also interacts with the electromagnetism of the moon’s bubble creating some patterns and apparent distortions.
TINA: However, to find the place where the electromagnetic lines of the greater bubble of the earth, the Magnetic Poles, enter or leave the earth is necessary to go there and search for it. How do they do that and how do they know when they find it?
TIM: They find it by moving in that area, is a big area by the way, until they find a place where the North end of the needle of a compass held horizontally points down towards the ground. If they continue on the direction in which they were going and pass the Magnetic North, the North needle would turn and point back and downwards.
TOM: You forgot to explain to Tina, that although that point is in the North Pole, it is truly the Magnetic South Pole of the earth, because opposite poles attract each other. If that were truly the North Pole, the South of the needle would point to it and not the North end of the compass’ needle.
TINA: So, that’s why they say that the North Pole is really the South Pole?
TINA: And do you agree with that observation, Tim, that the North Pole is the South Pole and the South Pole the North Pole?
TIM: Not at all.
Brief Description of how Planetary Bubbles could be connected electromagnetically to the Bubble of the Solar System
TINA: Would there be any other sources of electromagnetism in addition to the ones generated by the greater bubble of the earth and the minor one?
TIM: Let’s clarify the bigger picture, to avoid misunderstandings. The solar system’s bubble would have its own magnetism generated by the friction of its skin against the solar system’s outer space. In turn, each bubble within the bubble of the solar system would also generate its own electromagnetism by the friction of their skins against their own outer spaces, which would be really the inner space of the solar system’s bubble. These individual bubbles might also have other sources of internal electromagnetism, but not as strong as the ones generated by their skins.
TINA: Any example of this?
TIM: An additional source of electromagnetism in the case of the earth would be probably the one generated by the action and friction of the surface of the earth against its atmosphere. In celestial bodies that don’t have a considerable atmosphere, this extra source of electromagnetism wouldn’t be present or perceivable. However, this extra electromagnetism would be used and spent in the atmospheric area, as part of storms and weather related events, as well as generating considerable amounts of ozone, through thunderstorms and lightning in the case of the earth. This atmospheric electromagnetism is not primarily related to the one we perceive in our compasses, though in some occasions could produce distortions on the reading of the geomagnetic north pole.
TINA: It is a beautiful, orderly and practical concept and as I said, it makes sense, although is more complex than what I have previously assumed.
TIM: I went through a similar experience of perplexed and fascinating discovery. As mentioned, the electromagnetic lines of the greater bubble would effectively pin the planet and the moon to their positions within the greater bubble of energy. Then the individual bubbles of the earth and of the moon would handle any need for magnetism for their North and South Poles, although the moon apparently has a very weak or no magnetic field. Apparently, the moon lacks a counterpart to the geomagnetic poles and doesn’t have a strong surface magnetism.
TINA: But would the moon have an equivalent of the Magnetic North Pole of the earth? Would there be magnetic lines entering the moon through its North Pole and leaving through its South Pole, although not spreading over the surface of the moon?
TIM: If it has, to find it, it would be necessary to inspect the moon’s North and South poles. Alternatively, there is a possibility that the moon is pinned to the greater bubble of the earth through the Magnetic Poles that are perceived on earth.