Unless I am misunderstanding what Leedskalnin said, there are some logical problems with his theory on gravity. Can anyone help me clear this up?
Ed says that gravity is the result of magnets from the Earth interacting with magnets in objects, or that, in other words, magnetism is gravity and
gravity is magnetism.
Ed also says that, individual magnets have no attractive force to each other unless they are huge in number, and from that we can infer - the more
magnets packed together (the higher the magnetic density), the more magnetic force the object can exert.
#1. I have never heard of a metal becoming heavier when it is magnetized. If it occurs, it would be a part of common knowledge, would it not? Or does
this happen and I just haven't read about it yet? If not, this should be a huge problem for the theory. If gravitation is magnetism, and magnetic
density increases attraction, then logically, magnetizing a metal object should cause it to weigh more.
Ed also says that, magnets can permeate anything.
Ed also says that, south pole magnets are attracted to north pole magnets, and vice versa.
Ed further says that electricity is magnetism as well - that a car battery is not filled with electricity or electrons, but with magnets.
#2. If magnets can permeate anything, and south pole magnets are attracted to north pole magnets, and batteries are made of magnets, then why is it
that the magnets contained within batteries are contained? How could they possibly be contained when they are attracted to each other and can permeate
whatever divisor is placed in the middle of the battery? How could someone possibly have separated north pole magnets from south pole magnets to begin
with, if to travel they must travel in conjunction? A battery, according to this theory, is north pole magnets which are alone - which have been
separated from south pole magnets.
Ed also says that, magnets are in everything - mixed together with all neutral matter. His theory on magnetic gravitation wouldn't stand up if some
objects were void of magnets yet still possessed weight. So, all objects contain magnets.
#3. If all objects contain magnets, why are only some objects magnetic?
As I said, I may not be fully understanding Leedskalnin's theories on magnetism. If I am in error in any way - please post here and correct me. I am
still very interested in his theories, as people have been able to reproduce the experiments he described in his book, and I'd like to know why.