Young Galaxies "Surprisingly" Magnetic

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Re: Young Galaxies "Surprisingly" Magnetic

Unread post by substance » Sun Jul 20, 2008 2:06 pm

Apparently standard cosmologists can think of explanations for other "Surprising" Magnetisms, too. Now, since Mars is obviously too cold for a molten core with a function of a magnetic dynamo, an asteroid`s gravitational pull could have caused some movement in the core, so that the planet has magnetic field long after it has become dead cold. A Nice one indeed! :lol: ... d-off.html
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Ancient Galactic Magnetic Fields Stronger than Expected

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Re: Young Galaxies "Surprisingly" Magnetic

Unread post by MGmirkin » Fri Jul 25, 2008 12:41 am

See my recent Thunderblog entry... Thought the Jack and the Beanstalk reference was too good not to commit it to paper (or, electrons :D).

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