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Magnetism (theory)
« on: March 07, 2007, 06:38:17 AM »
Magnetism is gravity

It's the gravity of the electron spin (more specifically the Atoms spin). An orbital gravity effect.

If you send a rock at a planet at a certain velocity, it will get there in less time, if you send it away it will leave in more time, the gravity causes this. So the gravity is having and uneven force on an object that is moving in a certain direction. If you have a bunch of planets streaming in one direction, traveling near a still planet, the still planet will accelerate in their direction.

Now looking at a magnet the electrons are orbiting unevenly in one direction. The forces of the electrons that are moving the other way are canceled out by the "more" electrons moving the other way, so that canceled force causes the mass that's canceled to be assumed as "still" and just adds to the gravity of the Atomic magnet. An uneven electron spin will cause the nucleus of the atom to wobble as well. The nucleus will wobble just a little bit, like the heavy end of a rotating bar, so what you essentially have is the whole mass is spinning, if it wasn't there wouldn't be a reactant force and the uneven electron will fly off. So we can see the atoms as a bunch of spinning objects that aren?t spherical, but are more like a bar (gravity) holding a heavy mass on one end (nucleus), and a light mass on the other end (electron). Due to it not being spherical there is a time factor. For example a perfect sphere that's spinning, and has an object that's gravitating towards it, the object would just travel in a straight line to the sphere's centre, but if the sphere were replaced with a bar there would be the "pulsed directional effect" because of the mass, and so the gravity is how pulsed and time becomes a factor (enters one-way faster, leaves one way slower--time difference). The spinning object would lose some of its spin, the same way the moon loses a bit of its momentum when a spaceship slingshots around it.

Now the question of how does this effect sizeable objects, when the spinning atoms are so small? Well magnets work due to the spin so it must. Really though, it might be because the individual spinning atoms, mostly the spinning electrons mass, are spending out gravity pulses. This gravity pulse would effect other atoms in the magnet as well, causing some kind of order, possibly creating an avalanching gravity pulse around the whole magnet, (lines of force? remember electrons travel at light speed so the pluses are extremely fast) the plus would be so short, or fast (not sure which one) it would only have an immediate effect on the atomic scale.

This model explains the conformity of electron spin, which is in all magnetic effects. Magnets affect all elements in some degree, it depends on the atomic model and the chemical relations.

Imagine two rods on axes each with a heavy ball on one end, one directly above the other. The balls are attracted to each other, ones still, and ones spinning. The one that isn't spinning will gain energy from the other, until it's spinning at the same speed and the ball will always be above the other one, or slightly behind, if gravity isn't totally instant, or you imagined some friction. So what you now have is the still ball "fell" into the closest spot with the other ball, now it's spending most "time" in the closest spot. As a result now all the force is between the balls, pulling together, instead of being more random and scattered. That's an example of how metal is magnetized, which also increases the net field strength of the PM+metal. That magnetic force was transferred from the gravitational force, when the "still" ball (or canceled by random directional spinning, electrons) "fell" closer to the other ball. (to spend more time with it)

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Magnetism (theory)
« on: March 07, 2007, 06:38:17 AM »

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Re: Magnetism (theory)
« Reply #1 on: March 09, 2007, 12:46:29 AM »
Some things to help you understand how this can be:

Matter, as we see it, is mostly empty space. I've heard somewhere that if the nucleus of the atom were a basketball in the centre of a stadium, the electrons would be ping-pong balls, and the shell would extend all the way to the side of the stadium. So I would guess that matter, say rock, is only 1%-.0001% there. And take into account that the electrons are traveling very fast, how much gravity would that take to hold in orbit?

Also everything is held together by gravity, so when you pull apart steal, your overcoming the gravity. So gravity of real/dense matter is very very strong.

I also believe that the only forces in the universe are Momentum, and Gravity, anything else would be magic.. Momentum resists gravity, in the vast majority of cases at least. For instance negative and positive charge. Electrons are moving fast and have little gravity, while Protons are moving slower compared to how much gravity they have. It's all about Momentum to Gravity ratio's that make something positive or negative. Positives probably don't attract because of the more negative charge on the back side of them. When an electron loses Momentum and falls into the nucleus, it makes a Proton into a Neutron, so it gives a proton more momentum, compared to gravity...(It spirals into it and doesn't collide head on, that's how I imagine it)

They say two 3rd's of the universe is Dark Matter, an invisible mass. The only reason they know that it's there is because of the gravity effects it has on light, from stars. Light, or Photons, probably go trough it because it's particles are so small and spaced apart. Imagine a Planet flying trough space at light speed, as the photon, and scattered pebbles in space as the dark matter. It also fits that dark matter spirals inward, due to it's gravity, to make stars, and that stars are mostly, made up of hydrogen, the smallest atom that we know.

Chemical Reaction = Quantum Physic's

Hydrogen Burn: Take a good look at the Atomic structure of Atoms involved in certain reactions. For example hydrogen has only one electron, and it's the only atom that causes burning. Now a wheel that has one spot that protrudes out far, would bounce allot when it contacts other wheels like it, or other more round wheels to a less extent. Electrons protect the nucleus by orbiting extremely fast and all around, so when you have only one electron doing this you'll have more hard collisions with the electrons of neighboring atoms, and when that happens the whole atom bounces around faster, and also the collision breaks pieces off of the electrons, sending Photons out, Light.

Nuclear Explosion: A nuclear reaction happens when one sends a particle extremely fast at an atom, what happens then is the Protons and the Electrons get knocked into each others path, and you can imagine how much heat and light an electron crashing into and heavy Proton will create. This will send particles flying in all directions with much momentum, causing the chain reaction. It then settles down into an uniform but unstable element.

So fire, and nuclear explosions get their energy from the electrons momentum. So the electrons lose momentum and fall closer to protons. Take water for example, the product of burning hydrogen with oxygen, the end product is the hydrogen is bonded with the oxygen, so the net electrons are orbiting closer to the net protons. What determines what atoms bond with each other and how, is very complicated physic's, of size, momentum, orbit, and mass of every particle involved.

(in theory)

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Re: Magnetism (theory)
« Reply #2 on: March 09, 2007, 09:19:41 AM »
This also explains why eddie currents are always like the side of a magnet (not N or S). This is because like water flowing down a troth electrons also move slower at the sides of the wire, causing an effect on the electron orbits of the outer atoms like the line of planets going past the still one (or random orbit electron), dragging them causing the inner side of the orbit to go in the direction of the electricity.

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Re: Magnetism (theory)
« Reply #2 on: March 09, 2007, 09:19:41 AM »
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Re: Magnetism (theory)
« Reply #3 on: March 10, 2007, 07:04:46 PM »
With this theory repulsion is a anti-gravity effect. Here is a diagram of how an anti-gravity machine could work. This happens in magnetic repulsion, on the Atomic scale.

(http://img158.imageshack.us/img158/696/antigravcl5.png)

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Re: Magnetism (theory)
« Reply #4 on: April 15, 2007, 08:19:36 AM »
That anti grav set-up is just a thing to try, don't discredit me on that, it deals with gravity/bonding on the atomic scale, but I don't know the math to make it clear.

But on the other theories this will help you understand what I'm getting at

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=1172643527768412929&q=power+of+10&hl=en

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-3974466981713172831&q=the+universe

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mcBV-cXVWFw&mode=related&search=

now they say the electron is a cloude and that a small part of it connects to the nucleous, that seems like a vortex of smaller particals joining up to form larger ones as they get closer to the centre of the vortex. The inturments that the scientists used probably can't sence the smaller particals/bits of matter.

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Re: Magnetism (theory)
« Reply #5 on: April 19, 2007, 09:12:33 AM »
I started a thread in another forum asking about how electrons travel through wires.

http://www.physicsforums.com/showthread.php?p=1307460&posted=1#post1307460

 

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