CBSE Class 12 Physics Magnetism and Matter 5 Elements of Earths Magnetic Field July 9 2017
Also see the information below about how birds navigate using the Earth's magnetic field. Found here at Best for NEET YT channel: https://youtu.be/FYKWSErqFD8
And here at Hashem Al-Ghaili YT channel: Humans Can Sense Earth’s Magnetic Field https://youtu.be/fUpNU48kZBg
PROFESSOR HENRIK MOURITSEN ON HOW DO MIGRATORY BIRDS FIND THEIR WAY MAY 24 2019 CRYPTOCHROME CRY4:
The reason why I continue to address the shape of Earth is to help those whom have been fooled by the flat Earth agents understand the reason WHY the flat Earth psyop was created, and that is to hide the off planet travel which is enabled by the use of combining magnets, electricity, and elements in a nice package that can overcome gravity or what is basically a magnetic field around Earth.
I have also noticed recently that like with everything else now people are beginning to parrot the "it's the Jews" bullshit as those behind the flat Earth psyop. *facepalm*
Other found related content:
How Earth Creates Its Magnetic Field
How Do Birds Know Where To Go When They Migrate?
BrainStuff - HowStuffWorks channel
"Now, our new study of Eurasian reed warblers has found that this remarkable ability involves a "magnetic map" that works like our human system of coordinates. Surprisingly, our study found that these birds understand the magnetic field of places thousands of miles into territory they've never before visited—suggesting some birds could possess a "global GPS system" that can tell them how to get home from anywhere on Earth.
It's long been known that adult birds develop some sort of navigational map to help them migrate. How they do this has remained controversial. Several cues have been proposed as guides for migratory birds—including odors, infra-sound, and even variations in gravity.
However, a gathering body of evidence has indicated that the Earth's magnetic field is one of the likeliest solutions to this mystery. It has been suggested that different parameters of the Earth's magnetic field could form a grid, which birds follow, of north-south and east-west lines.
That's because magnetic intensity (the strength of the magnetic field) and magnetic inclination (the angle formed between the magnetic field lines and the surface of the Earth, also called the "dip" angle) both run approximately north to south. Magnetic declination—the difference between the direction to the magnetic north pole and the geographical north pole—provides the east-west axis."
Birds can 'read' the Earth's magnetic signature well enough to get back on course
"While scientists have known for quite some time that birds can see Earth's magnetic field, it was unclear exactly how birds are able to visualize the magnetic field. Two recent studies from researchers at Lund University in Sweden and Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg in Germany discovered that the ability is a result of a special protein in bird's eyes. The two papers studied European robins and zebra finches and found evidence for an unusual eye protein called Cry4.
The Cry4 protein is part of a class of protein called a cryptochrome that is sensitive to blue light. Cryptochromes are found in both plants and animals and are responsible for circadian rhythms in various species. In the two bird species above, it appears that the presence of cryptochromes, specifically the Cry4 protein, is responsible for the ability of birds to visually detect Earth's magnetic field."
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