The North Pole, The Government Shutdown & Your Navigation Program

January 21, 2019 12:51 PM

It's not planting season yet, but your equipment's GPS may not be as accurate as it can be right now. According to a new study in "Nature", the magnetic north pole is a rate of about 35 miles a year, and over the last 30 years the rate of movement has been picking up speed.

The U.S. plans to adjust it's navigation models accordingly. That was supposed to happen last week, but due to the government shutdown, it's been delayed.

Read more here.

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Spell Check

Plato, MN
1/22/2019 11:10 AM

  Excuses, excuses. They screwed up the math pure and simple and making excuses as to why. SNAFU and these are the guys you want to give a gazillion dollars to 'fix' global


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