One thing that puzzles me about science is how increased knowledge leads to greater doubts about science’s dogmatic assertions and how much it upsets many scientists. Seriously? Sorry, can’t relate. It’s only science, not a religion. I’m always interested in new information, carefully examining for accuracy and truth (to the best of my ability) and growing in wonder and awe at The Creator’s handiwork.
I am particularly fascinated by the larger influences on the earth’s climate, things that are not “sexy” or media worthy because you can’t blame it on anybody. In this case, the earth’s magnetic field. It is a mysterious thing, having more profound effects on our world, our weather and our lives than we can imagine.
Simulations Strengthen Earth’s Magnetic-Field/Climate Connection
Aurora Borealis induced sounds confirmed – measured at 70m AGL