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Why God Doesn't Exist
|How a magnet physically
|The explanation Thread Theory offers for magnetic attraction and repulsion
Click on the magnets below...
The attraction and repulsion patterns formed by iron filings
|The 'description' offered by Mathematical Physics
So what are those arrows that are going into the south
and coming out of the north poles of the magnet?
Particles? Vectors? Magnetic moments? Energy?
Why do two magnets physically attract each other, you stupid relativist?
Fig. 1 Attraction
Classical iron filing patterns around two
magnets having opposite polarities.
|2. The rope version of magnetic attraction and repulsion
|1. The two Quantum versions of magnetic attraction and repulsion
Fig. 6 Attraction
Overturning the magnets in the north-south
direction (switching D with C) produces no change.
We still have attraction consistent with observation.
Fig. 5 Attraction
South (blue) of one magnet faces north (red) of
another. They generate attraction consistent with
the mechanism illustrated in Fig. 4 A and B.
drawing a lot of bullshit from the mechanics
Fig. 4 Swinging ropes
Fig. 7 How magnets attract: another perspective
|1. In the first animation, you have A and B of the left magnet facing C and D of the
to check the CURVED ARROWS at the top and bottom margins of the drawings to
verify which way the threads swing.
2. In the second movie, we switch C and D, and there is no change. Top threads
3. In the third movie, we switch E and F for C and D. Top threads of the left magnet
the left magnet continue swinging CCW, but bottom threads of the right magnet now
swing CW. The result is repulsion.
Fig. 8 Repulsion
|Now we turn the magnets in the
east-west direction so that E and F of the
right magnet face A and B of the left
magnet (Blue facing blue). The magnets
should repel each other. The threads of
the left magnet continue swinging CW on
the top and CCW on the bottom.
However, the threads on the right magnet
now swing CCw on the top and CW on
the bottom. The threads are pushing their
counterparts from the other magnet away
consistent with the mechanism explained
in Fig. 4 C and D. The farther the magnets
are from each other, the fewer threads
that intervene, and the weaker the force
of repulsion. This mechanism accounts
for the inverse square rule.
|In the illustration, the straight white lines on both
magnets are spinning CW. The curved white lines
represents the itinerary they describe consistent
with patterns observed on iron filings. Threads
that originate in atoms at the edge of the magnet
extend farther than threads originating in atoms
comprising the center of the magnet. Thus,
thread density decreases farther away from a
magnet. This constitutes the magnetic 'field' that
the mathematicians have been talking about for
200 years. Threads from both magnets
superimpose in the region between the magnets
and cause attraction consistent with the
mechanism explained in Figs. 4 A and B.
|We see the twins, Axel and Rod skipping their respective ropes a little too close to each other. There are
Fig. 3 Solar flares
Magnetic fields on the surface of the Sun show the same patterns
|C'mmon, Lulu Bell! You
can do it! Push harder!
I need for those magnets
to attract each other!
comes down, Rod's rope comes
B. The ropes tug at each other.
Rod swings it CCW.
D. The ropes collide and push each