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Magnetic Field Maps

Discussion in 'Biohacking 101' started by Wesley Fujishin, Sep 18, 2018.

  1. Wesley Fujishin

    Wesley Fujishin New Member

    Seen other people post magnetic anomaly maps on here but the links seemed to be nonoperational or the maps seemed to be difficult to interpret. Here is a more useful set of links for magnetic field strengths, one map of the USA and one of North America. Backs up what Dr. Kruse says about Playa del Carmen and gives some good leads domestically and otherwise if you can't get there, at least magnetism-wise. Anyone found any strong magnetic fields anywhere else in North America as evidenced by anecdotal results or readings with a magnetometer or whatever other instrument you're supposed to use to find out the field strength that either back up or diverge from the following readings?
    https://mrdata.usgs.gov/magnetic/map-us.html (great manipulable map you can superimpose google map data over)
    https://pubs.usgs.gov/of/2002/ofr-02-361/mag_home.htm (static map of the USA)
    https://pubs.usgs.gov/sm/mag_map/mag_s.pdf (static map of North America)
    https://mrdata.usgs.gov/magnetic/ (links for Google Earth overlay (KML) and other programs (ArcGIS, Geosoft, WMS, WMTS, other programs/formats, general information, and other items)
    http://geomag.org/models/wdmam.html (relatively low-res static map of the world and other overlays and program plugins)
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  2. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

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  3. Wesley Fujishin

    Wesley Fujishin New Member

    I don’t think so, my understanding was that hot colors meant stronger field force, with pink being the strongest and going down to blue. That’s what correlates with Jack’s statements about PDC; there wasn’t a great explanation of this on the website or I missed it. Can someone confirm, and explain what is meant by negative and positive amounts of nT? I definitely haven’t read everything on here but what I have read was just looking at relative amounts of field strength and never mentioned a negative reading. As a corollary, if positive higher amounts are good does negative nT readings, whatever that means, connote a bad environment?
    Or does it correspond with direction? These pages give a few different components of field strength and seem so denote east and west as positive and negative.
    http://cse.ssl.berkeley.edu/segway/WSW_kindex.html
    http://www.geomag.bgs.ac.uk/education/earthmag.html

    @Jack Kruse @JanSz @drezy
     
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  4. Wesley Fujishin

    Wesley Fujishin New Member

    Plus the pink lines up roughly with the fault lines in California, where I understood the magnetic field was supposed to be stronger.
     
  5. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    All I know is that Playa del Carmen is the most desirable place to be, (magnetically) and other ways.
    The rest is just follow up on that idea and checking the maps you presented.

    ...
     
  6. drezy

    drezy Gold

    finger.jpg
    When I learn here I apply that fake buddha quote and then break the rule. If Doc is the finger (and I suspect some people think he's a very specific finger) I try to study what he points to. I do, however , bring it back to looking at him and his choices.

    I'll show you what I mean.

    You are looking at one aspect of the geomagnetic field, strength. May I suggest that you look closer at declination?

    To keep it simple :

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    Who said: "The earth's aura (or magnetosphere as it is called) keeps at bay enormous amounts of radiation coming from the sun and from the galaxy in which our solar system is a part. Very energetic particles can penetrate our magnetosphere and find their way through the atmosphere to the surface of the earth itself. For the most part, these particles funnel in from the north and south polar caps via field lines of high geomagnetic declination."

    Who's ancestors evolved here?
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    Do you see the pattern?

    <In Seinfeld voice> I mean, just how topologic can topologic get?


    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipe...599px-World_Magnetic_Declination_2015.pdf.jpg
     
  7. Sun Disciple

    Sun Disciple AKA Paul...That Call Drop'n Canadian

    Isla Mujeres lookin pretty good as well no?
     
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  8. Wesley Fujishin

    Wesley Fujishin New Member

    Intersting! Thanks for pointing that out. I don’t want simple though, give me the complicated explanation any day. So we should be trying to stay as close to the current lines of declination as well because they bring solar radiation closer to the us, with the thicker lines being the more powerful ones, or because they influence magnetic field strength or another’s factor? Shouldn’t we be concerned about the cosmic radiation during the sunspot minimums though? Is it dangerous by the time it reaches us? Or is the solution to move closer to lines of declination during sunspot maximums and away during sunspot minimums?

    Also, are the readings on the chart I posted a composite of magnetic vectors or just one of a set of them, or is there a way to tell at all?
     
  9. Wesley Fujishin

    Wesley Fujishin New Member

    His there a blog on it or something besides that Facebook post you pulled that from?
     
  10. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

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    JanSz Gold

  12. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    Those lines are not stationary.
    Today ok
    what about tomorrow or day after.
     
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  13. Wesley Fujishin

    Wesley Fujishin New Member

  14. drezy

    drezy Gold

    I see hot pink as well there.

    Polarity (even relative at local anomalies) is determined with this equation:
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    Visually shown here
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    PokeYouInDaEye New Member

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