At the North Pole - there's a huge magnetic lode not too far from the geographic North Pole and that's whe our compasses are guided by.
Answering the questions, "Where is North?" and "Where is South?" are pretty easy when you know what to do. I'm going to show you how to find your direction no matter where you are on the planet and no matter... read more
The North Pole is in Christopher Robin's bedroom. At least, that's where Winnie the Pooh found it ...
To find any of directions is easy, if you wake up early in morning. Just try to locate from where sun arises? It arises from east. Now face the east, left to you is north, right to you is south, back to you is west. You can also use compass. Thanks
I've written a short article on this.
Any good Girl Guide or Boy Scout can tell you where "North" is, but in Canada, where many of us already live pretty far north, "North" can take on a different meaning. To many of us, "North" is really a state of mind... read more
The compass has been used for centuries as a tool for navigation.
It is an instrument that aligns a free pivoting bar magnet (called the
needle) in Earth's magnetic field.
Since the invisible lines of the magnetic field are oriented in a
north/south direction, the needle will orient itself in a north/south
direction. The other cardinal points of the compass (east, west, and
south) are defined in relation to north.
Pilots use a compass to determine direction when flying airplanes.
Boaters, hikers, and hunters are examples of other people who rely
by Myn Is Me 7 years ago
How does a magnetic compass work?
by janesix 4 years ago
Rupert Sheldrake proposes that order and complexity in the universe is controlled by "morphic fields", which are akin to magnetic or electric fields. They control everything from biological systems, to ant colonies to the formation of galaxies. For instance, there is a morphic field that...
by Mr. Happy 5 years ago
Canada is claiming the North Pole as Canadian territory.Just curious what others thought of this (if anything)?
by TZRINZ 6 years ago
Why fire when burnt gives light ?Theory :- Visible light is an EM Wave i.e. a result of transverse electric and magnetic field. That is the reason, its dark in space and Earth has visibility from EM waves.Than why when we burn a matchstick, it burns giving visible light? Magnetic field is...
by poleflux 4 years ago
Could Mercury and the Earth's magnetic field be connected to each other?Could planet Mercury's magnetic field coupled with the Earths magnetic field be the true source of the dynamo mystery?
by rajkumat 8 years ago
can north pole and south pole of a magent be seperated?
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