Fascinating magnetism: a bit of science

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Strictly speaking this isn’t about politics – but it is about how the world works. A friend of mine alerted me to this fascinating interview by Kim Hill with Gillian Turner, Senior Lecturer in Physics and Geophysics at Victoria University, and author of North Pole, South Pole: the Epic Quest to Solve the Great Mystery of Earth’s Magnetism.

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I know we joke in politics how quickly the world can be turned upside down, but in this instance it really does!

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