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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.

ESRI ٍSea Level Simulation when Earth slows down its spin speed

In the summer of 2010 Earth Scientific Research Institute (ESRI) published a paper on the impact of Earth spin speed change. ESRI have also shared a simulator of changed shore lines as a result of slower spin speeds. More on ESRI site … Continue reading

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Research on Magnetic Poles flipping. Why Berkley may not be correct !

The Berkley Study is missing a crucial piece. While the magnetic field is getting weaker in the western and southern hemispheres, it is gaining strength in the eastern hemisphere. You may refer to US National Geophysical Data Center calculator . … Continue reading

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Another proof that Low Surface Temperature follows the Magnetic Pole

Earlier today I read a fresh article by Julia Rosen in which she wrote that since scientists started making satellite observations in the late 1970s, they have watched winter sea ice around Antarctica swell slowly but indisputably, despite predictions that … Continue reading

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The True Drop in the Magnetic Field Strength

The weakening of the magnetic field is inconsistent. By comparing the magnetic field strength in the year 1900, where the magnetic pole resided then, to its strength at its current location in 2014, we find that it has dropped by 7% … Continue reading

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Current Magnetic Field Map confirms 3-Magnets Configuration

Here is a recent image of the weakening part of the Earth’s magnetic field that is coloured in blue as published on the Mail Online  on June 24th  2014. The diagram falls in line with the 3-magnets configuration that I suggested earlier on … Continue reading

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Documentary: Tell Me Why! Earth Spins

I watched the  video on  youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fD3P_l2sZFI and I sent a feedback with a different view. We studied at high school the Fleming’s left hand rule for motors and it could very well explain what makes our planet spin and … Continue reading

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Documentary: What when the Earth stops spinning

I watched a documentary on the youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nH3bmG-KjvU and I wrote the following comment: The video did not explain what controls the spin speed of Earth, let alone what would make Earth slow down. We studied at high school the … Continue reading

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Unprecedented Temperatures

Not many people are aware that the magnetic pole is moving from Canada towards Siberia. Or, perhaps they don’t care; except those who are dependent on magnetic compasses to find directions. I believe and as explained on Earth Temperature page … Continue reading

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Earth’s magnetic field is collapsing and it is affecting the climate

At the time I researched the topic back in 2008 and released the book in 2009, most published papers spoke of a 10% drop in the strength of the Magnetic Field. The field has weakened by 5% over the period … Continue reading

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