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Author Topic: Where do permanent magnets get their energy from?  (Read 3574 times)

Offline Sputnik-1

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Where do permanent magnets get their energy from?
« on: April 21, 2013, 06:12:38 PM »
Started to read up about Electromagnetic Radiation here:

The electromagnetic waves that compose electromagnetic radiation can be imagined as a self-propagating transverse oscillating wave of electric and magnetic fields. This diagram shows a plane linearly polarized EMR wave propagating from left to right. The electric field is in a vertical plane and the magnetic field in a horizontal plane. The two types of fields in EMR waves are always in phase with each other with a fixed ratio of electric to magnetic field intensity.

One thought I had was if we are living in a sea of radiant energy, how is it that we don't all get electrocuted? Is it because the magnetic component of the EMR cancels out the voltage component of the EMR?

Is it also possible that permanent magnets are some sort of molecular-level radiant-energy filters?

ie the permanent magnet is being bombarded with EMR energy, and due to the magnets molecular lattice-type arrangement, it is able to filter out the magnetic component of the EMR, and allow the voltage component to pass right through it?