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About T.Niazi

Tarek S. Niazi holds a Bachelor degree and a Master degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science respectively. He worked at IBM for twenty-five years in various positions. As an entrepreneur, he established and ran investment, consulting, and project integration services companies. Niazi’s interests run the gamut from geology to history, astronomy to theology, and most of the sciences, including physics. His global travels have given him a deep appreciation for the mosaic of life and culture on Earth.

Mysterious ‘geomagnetic spike’ 3,000 years ago Explained

On the Earth Magnet page of this site I apply Coriolis Effect to confirm that the induced magnetic field should appear of south magnetic polarity at the north and south geographies. That helped explain the Plasmoids or patches of south … Continue reading

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Australian Fire- going deeper into the Root Cause

Well, a French article could pave the road to pursue further the root cause of the fires that spread wide all over Australia in the past few weeks. . Using the help of google translation, the article reads as … Continue reading

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Fires at the Amazon Forest, is it man made?

In the page called Earth Temperature of this site, I demonstrated the reason behind the link between the temperature at any region on the face of Earth and the intensity of the magnetic field, which is in turn linked to … Continue reading

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Earth Magnetic Field- redefined source, reexamined influence

Here is an abstract of the presentation that I delivered at the UAE University in February 2018 : Presentation on Earth Magnetic Field- Redefined Source Reexamined Influence The research re-introduces the Coriolis force as an inertial non-accelerating force, which acts … Continue reading

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Upsurge in big earthquakes predicted for 2018 as Earth rotation slows

The big title on the Guardian caught my attention, so I started reading it until my eyes caught up with the paragraph that reads  “Exactly why decreases in day length should be linked to earthquakes is unclear although scientists suspect that … Continue reading

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Why there exists Sun charged particles at the dark side of Mars

The Sun is always emitting a continuous stream of charged particles, mainly electrons and protons. Occasionally, eruptions called Coronal Mass Ejections (CMEs) occur, with higher density, energy and speed of the ejected particles. These events vary in strength. Strong ones … Continue reading

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What makes Uranus spin about its axis in a reverse direction to Earth’s

Uranus is the seventh planet distant from the Sun. It has the third-largest planetary radius and fourth-largest planetary mass in the Solar System. The Uranian system has a unique configuration among those of other planets of the solar system, because its axis … Continue reading

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