of or relating to or caused by magnetism
magnetic, magnetized, magnetised(adj)
having the properties of a magnet; i.e. of attracting iron or steel
"the hard disk is covered with a thin coat of magnetic material"
capable of being magnetized
determined by earth's magnetic fields
"magnetic north"; "the needle of a magnetic compass points to the magnetic north pole"
possessing an extraordinary ability to attract
"a charismatic leader"; "a magnetic personality"
of, relating to, operating by, or caused by magnetism
a magnetic recorder
having an extraordinary ability to attract
He has a magnetic personality.
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It's amazing that pigeons, lobsters, turtles, and even rats don’t get lost on their way, and unlike humans, they don't need either mapquest or Google Maps or GPS to find their way home. This is because they have built-in GPS within themselves. These animals rely on and leverage Earth’s magnetic field for orientation and navigation. The neural source of magnetic sense in pigeons are now found to be the single cells that encode three key positioning factors: the direction of a magnetic field, its intensity, and its polarity (north or south). It's so amazing. Centuries ago, the pigeons were used in India to send messages across hundreds of miles. By understanding how the pigeons process the computing and mapping in the brain, one day that info can probably be used to imorove the spatial orientation in human brains. And some day in future, we may not need a GPS in the car, because that GPS will be within us, built-in and totally internal to guide us at all times.
Faith can move mountains and prayers trigger energy fountains.They both influence the Geo-magnetic forces and life manifests. Pray, energize, materialize, MickeyMize.
This object is right at the boundary between a planet and a brown dwarf, or' failed star,' and is giving us some surprises that can potentially help us understand magnetic processes on both stars and planets.
Finding something as minute as these changes in something so immense as Jupiters magnetic field was a challenge, having a baseline of close-up observations over four decades long provided us with just enough data to confirm that Jupiters magnetic field does indeed change over time.
In our paper, we have shown that a super Carrington-type CME event would have greatly compressed the magnetic field, this would ignite huge electric currents on Earth and let energetic particles penetrate the Earth’s atmosphere and surface.
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- magnèticCatalan, Valencian
- anziehend, magnetischGerman
- μαγνητικός, σαγηνευτικόςGreek
- magneettinen, puoleensavetäväFinnish
- magnaiteachScottish Gaelic
- magnetico, magneticaItalian
- 引きつける, 磁気, 惹きつけるJapanese
- tiltrekkende, fengslende, magnetisk, lokkende, forføriskNorwegian
- magnetic, atractivRomanian
- магнетический, магнитныйRussian
- magnetisk, lockande, förförisk, tilldragande, fängslandeSwedish
- -a sumakuSwahili
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