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When that wind hits our planet's magnetic shield, it’s attracted to the poles, which excites the gases in our atmosphere.
The sun rotates faster at its equator than at its poles, and since it’s not a solid sphere, its magnetic field constantly roils and swirls around.
I also remember seeing teams of people walking the streets at all hours wiping down poles and cleaning public benches.
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Most of the time, the poles stay relatively in the same place, but when they go for a large wander away from their normal spot, it’s called an excursion.
They further suggest that, as the Earth continues to warm from rising levels of greenhouse gases, this process could be a major new mechanism for accelerating the loss of sea ice at the poles — one that no global climate model currently incorporates.
I don’t run with poles, so I rely on the upper trekking-pole loops to keep my bladder tube in place for easy access.
Pepco reported 100 or so temporary outages in Maryland and the District, some of which had been caused by vehicles that toppled poles and damaged equipment, spokeswoman Jamie Caswell said in an email.
Surprisingly, the most intense effects did not occur during the actual pole reversal, the team found, but in the several hundred years leading up to it, spanning about 42,300 to 41,600 years ago.
The permanently shadowed craters at the moon’s south pole are both the first and last place lunar astronauts would want to spend their time.
He can leap, dash through the air, grab onto walls, and swing from various poles.

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