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Iron Age Magnetic Field Was Stronger Than Now, Ancient Pottery Shows

Newsmax Wednesday, 15 February 2017
A study of pottery made during the Iron Age, 750 BC to 150 BC, shows a record of the Earth's magnetic field and how it fluctuated during those years, which could help scientists understand the field's current actions.
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