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Earth’s magnetic poles probably won’t flip soon, after all

Earth’s magnetic field may not be heading toward a dramatic flip anytime soon, according to scientists who analyzed anomalies in the planet’s invisible shield against solar wind and other radiation.

Earth‘s magnetic north and south poles switch at irregular intervals at an average of every 200,000 years or so, and the event could have a dramatic effect on the environment and technology.

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