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Author Topic: A physicist may have figured out how to create magnetic monopoles.  (Read 2014 times)

Offline rukiddingme

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Can corkscrewing lasers solve an enduring particle physics mystery?

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Re: A physicist may have figured out how to create magnetic monopoles.
« Reply #1 on: November 02, 2016, 05:53:52 PM »
The corkscrew is called the logarithmic spiral, which is the universal shape showing the three forces interacting together, upon all things, namely electric, magnetic and gravity.

No one has found a monopole because

1 is the measure of number, and is not a number.

2 is the beginning of number.

1 can do nothing of itself.

As Ive said, "It takes 2, baby".

Anu are always in pairs.

Electrons are always in pairs called Cooper pairs.

In 3d we see 1 thing.

In 4d, 1=2.

2 cannot be split into 1, because 2 equals 1 quantum.