Friday's first hour guest, reporter and editor Linda Moulton Howe of Earthfiles.com(1) discussed Earth's weakening magnetic field, as well as presented an update on the latest crop circle formations around the world.
Linda said that over the last century, the global magnetic field has weakened about 10 to 15 percent (in some areas by 30 percent). The deterioration of the magnetic field seems to have accelerated recently, causing scientists to theorize about a possible pole reversal, which would cause compasses to point south instead of north and have other adverse effects. According to her research, the magnetic field weakens during a pole reversal and allows more cosmic radiation to enter Earth's atmosphere. This would wreak havoc on the ozone layer, our DNA, and satellite and GPS systems. Read more at Earthfiles.com(2).
During her crop circle update, Linda talked about a huge pattern that has recently appeared in Windmill Hill. The design is 825 feet long and features a unique interweaving of stalks in one of its circles. Linda also reported that cameras do not function from within the formation. Read more at Earthfiles.com(3).