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"Was the ice age caused by electromagnetic field density expansion?"No.
If the sun increased in electromagnetic field magnitude...
would the suns electromagnetic field push the earths magnetic field causing radius increase or a shift of axis of the earth?
No, because astronomers and spacecraft course plotters have been measuring the positions of the planets with enormous accuracy, and have seen no such effect. The accuracy of these measurements is truly astonishing -
How much of an increase in radius from the sun would it take for the planet to freeze over?
The tilt of earth in winter to me shows it wouldn't need to be very much?
How much of an increase in radius from the sun
You would need to propose a mechanism for moving the Earth towards and away from the Sun before that question was worth answering.
Scientists think that the Earth's orbit would not need to change at all to make a change from:- No ice at either pole- Extensive ice sheets at both poles
Quote from: Bored chemist on 03/12/2017 09:45:34You would need to propose a mechanism for moving the Earth towards and away from the Sun before that question was worth answering.I have already give a mechanism, the electrodynamics of moving bodies. i.e field density.