Georeactor Origin of Earth’s Magnetic Field

For more than six decades, scientists have thought that the Earth’s magnetic field is generated by convection-driven dynamo-action in the Earth’s fluid core. Then, J. Marvin Herndon demonstrated that sustained convection, and hence dynamo-action, in the Earth’s fluid core is physically impossible, but not physically impossible in the georeactor. The georeactor is thus the energy source and the place of dynamo production of the geomagnetic field. Significantly, the georeactor is only one ten-millionth as massive as the Earth’s core, meaning that changes in the geomagnetic field, such as reversals, can take place much more rapidly than previously thought.