Yes - it was in 1998 that the VESA organization was ASKED to
publish such a paper, by a consortium of Western U.S. power
companies and related organizations.
Do you happen to be familiar with the effect the planet's field has
on upright game video screens when placed in a near horizontal fashion
in the game cabinet? Depending on the position of the game, the
convergence and colors all get screwed up by the Earth. Imagine
that... Standing fields pass through the planet with nothing to stop
them... just like I stated.
Right. Magnetic fields, not EM or electric fields. You still
fail to grasp the distinction between these. This effect, by
the way, has absolutely nothing to do with whether or not the
field in question is "standing" (non-time-varying), but simply
that it is purely magnetic in nature. The Earth just simply doesn't
happen to generate a field which is (significantly) time-varying
(on this scale of time). If it did, the same effects would still