The Earth’s Geofield

The Earth’s energy field is currently referred to as Earth’s “magnetic” field. A key factor affecting our comprehension of the ‘magnetic field’ is in its name. The word ‘magnetic’ implies a field generated by a magnet, which suggests a smooth, stable field. However, the field surrounding celestial bodies is neither ‘smooth’ nor ‘stable,’ which is one reason they are misunderstood. Instead of a magnetic field, Chapter 9, the Weather Model, will show that the Earth has an electric field surrounding it. This important distinction will allow us to learn how the electric field is generated.