reply to post by Promecus
Back to school time for you Promecus, class is now in session. Please take a seat, I will be your teacher for this session....
Since you didn't read the thread, I will start from the beginning just for you, because you are "special". You can consider this the "special kids
In physics, magnetism is one of the phenomena by which materials exert attractive or repulsive forces on other materials.
When a material(mass) attracts or repels another material(mass), the force
responsible is called
magnetism. Oddly enough, "gravity" is the force responsible for a material(mass) attracting another material(mass).
Some well-known materials that exhibit easily detectable magnetic properties (called magnets) are nickel, iron, cobalt, and their alloys; however,
all materials are influenced to greater or lesser degree by the presence of a magnetic field.
Look at the underlined text. This proves that wood, plastic, dirt, water, and basically all
materials(mass) are influenced by magnetism. This
supports my theory...
Every electron, on account of its spin, is a small magnet (see Electron magnetic dipole moment).
Wikipedia, and many physics experts agree, electrons are basically small magnets.
This supports my theory too...
Please note, all materials(mass) are made of electrons and protons (magnets). This is the main point of my theory.
Originally posted by Promecus
Ok, AllisOne, riddle me this.
Look at the equation for calculating gravity.
F = GMm/R²
and then look at the equation for magnetism.
F(sub B) = qv × B (1)
NOW, please tell us why these two are not interchangeable?
The problem with Newtons equation F = Gm1m2/R² is that it is entirely based on "G" which is the "gravitational constant". The "gravitational
constant" was measured by Henry Cavendish using a highly inaccurate measuring device
. The tool used was a torsion balance that was
constructed with materials that are greatly effected by electrostatics!
The apparatus constructed by Cavendish was a torsion balance made of a six-foot wooden rod suspended from a wire, with a 2 inch diameter 1.61 pound
lead sphere attached to each end. Two 12 inch 348 pound lead balls were located near the smaller balls, about 9 inches away, and held in place
with a separate suspension system.
As shown in the underlined text, the main part of the torsion balance was made of a mix of WOOD, and LEAD. If you read about the
, you will see that in the triboelectric series, lead is known to
give up electrons, just as much as cat fur.
Now look at wood, wood is known to collect electrons!
What this means, is that the smaller lead balls that were attached to the wood rod were actually giving away electrons to the wood. This would make
them more attracted to the larger lead balls which contain more electrons. This means that the Cavendish experiment was actually measuring
ELECTROSTATIC EFFECTS, and NOT GRAVITY
. The basic design of all
torsion balances are highly effected by electrostatic
effects. Actually all
objects in the entire universe are highly effected by static electricity, and the triboelectric effect.
This in a way explains why Coulomb's law
of electrostatic force is so similar to
Newton's law of the force of gravity.
Newton...gravity....................F = Gm1m2/R²
Coulomb...electrostatic......... F = q1q2/R²
Both gravity and electrostatic force follow an inverse square law where the force (F) is proportional to the product of the sizes of the two
objects/charges (m1, m2, q1, q2), divided by the square of the distance between the objects/charges (R²).
This almost identical behavior of the 2 forces supports my theory. Electrostatics
created by electric charges, mainly from electrons(magnets)
. All the laws of electricity and magnetism, like Coulomb's law, are linked
together in a single theory of electromagnetism. That's where Maxwell's equations on electromagnetism come in.
F(sub B) = qv × B
The equation above represents moving electric charges (electron "magnets"). q is the charge, and v is the velocity(movement) of the charge.
Key words: Moving Electric Charges
As we all know, the Earth is spinning, and all matter on Earth is spinning, and moving. And Earth itself is moving around the Sun. Nothing is at rest.
All objects are made of electric charges (electrons and protons). This means all objects are moving electric charges, which means all objects are
This is why I call electrostatic force, electromagnetic force, and gravitational forces the same thing, MAGNETISM. Because no matter what, all things
are moving electric charges. This is why Ed Leedskalnin says electricity and magnetism are the same thing, and calls it "magnetic current", instead
of "electric current".
It is very well known that gravity is depended on mass. All mass is held together by electromagnetic force. Not all objects have external magnetic
fields, but all mass is a magnetic field itself because of electron spin, and the movement of the mass through space.
A larger object has more electric charge then a smaller object.
[edit on 23-7-2008 by ALLis0NE]