What happens to the planet mercury's magnetic field when it gets hit by a massive CME?
why does mercury in retrograde affect communications on earth? Could the earth and mercury share a magnetic field by way of magnetic re-connection? could mercury be responsible for magnetic reversals on earth? do they reverse together?
by poleflux 3 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 Doctor Atom 6 years ago
Is there water in the form of ice on planet Mercury?Do you believe that there might be ice on the planet nearest to the Sun(that is Mercury),as scientists claim?.The surface temperatures on the planet are estimated to be over 400 degrees Celsius.
by poleflux 3 years ago
If planet Earth began as a water planet with a salt core and the Earth (land, rock...) is actually extraterrestrial, wouldn't that explain many of the problems on the formation of planet Earth? Having another planet ( Mercury) be the impactor planet 3.8 billion years ago also gives us our...
by TZRINZ 5 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 janesix 3 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 Jason 6 years ago
so what happens to information in black holes?
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