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Originally posted by danman23
turn the magnetic field up it will get sucked back in.. so on and so forth.
the black hole would need to fluctuate the same way.
I was just curious. I admit to having no idea of the physics behind it but I thought it was interesting. I may show my ignorance here but...
If you could make it fluctuate without any human input, then it would be perpetual motion and then free energy. yes? If so, that's a major hurdle, your black hole theory could only work if there is outside intelligent force controlling it?
You mention about Galaxy A and Galaxy B having 90 and 100 units of mass and then switching. Without outside force, what happens when it reaches 95?
It's interesting you raise the thoughts about other universes in the same space but on different frequencies. I believe this is not only true but is not the only way other universes/dimensions exist. However, my lack of education in this field allow me such fantasies.
Originally posted by Tuning Spork
The immediate problem that I see with your hypothesis is that it rests on a black hole's magnetic field acting on the stars and planets.
A magnetic field is limited and weak at significant distances when compared to gravity. The Earth's magnetic field, for instance, acts on the ionized particles coming from the sun only when they get pretty close.
But matter in bulk is electrically neutral. So no matter how strong a spinning black hole's magnetic field is, it isn't going to attract or repel a star or planet to any degree.
I do find it interesting that you have a spherical magnet, though. And it's no surprise that it would light up the LED. Flowing electricity creates a magnetic field, and a changing magnetic field creates an electric flow.