The magnetic North Pole has been on the move since scientists first started studying it in 1831. In recent years it has picked up speed and headed for Siberia at a rate of about 55 kilometers a year (about 23 miles). That may not seem like much, but if you rely on it for navigation it’s a real problem. More
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