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# The marked end of a compas needle always points directly to?

Updated: 12/12/2022

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Magnetic north (which is a little different from north. as defined as the meeting point of all lines drawn perpendicular to the equator and passing through the northern hemisphere)

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The north pole.

the north pole

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### Does the needle in a compass always point south?

One side of the needle points north. This is the one that is usually considered, so you would say that the "needle points north", but of course, the other side points south. The part that points north is usually specially marked. The magnetic compass reacts to Earth's magnetic field, which doesn't exactly coincide with Earth's rotation, so there may be some deviation, that is, it may not point exactly north.

### What do they use for industrial piercings and how do they do it?

For industrial piercings, a needle, usually 16 gauge, is used. The ear is marked so the piercer knows where to put the needle, and the needle goes through both pieces of cartilage. Then, the bar is inserted through the needle, the needle is removed, and the other end is screwed onto the ball. This video shows how its done. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kfPM-esijW