posted on Mar, 6 2012 @ 02:17 AM
Originally posted by stereologist
reply to post by rickymouse
The field you are referring to is the Earth's magnetic field and it is extremely weak. Here at the Earth's surface it is much stronger and barely
turns a compass needle. In space it would have no detectable affect on a large object especially one that is unlikely to be affected by magnetic
The earths magnetic field, is far from weak, and the fact that our "untuned" needles can be moved by it is in fact a teller that it is quite strong.
In fact, it is so strong, that every electric thing you have going ... is in fact, the work of the earths magnetic field. You are inside a magnet,
everything that uses electricity inside this magnet ... has it's origin from the magnet itself.
The Universe itself is an electromagnetic universe. In fact, the very space you live in is the work of repelling electrons. This space, you think of
... is in reality not a space at all ... it is merely difference in energy levels. Your body is merely a dot ... 99% of it, is the space between the
electron and it's nucleus. The distance from the nucleus, is in fact, merely a question of energy levels.
Light can effect electrons ... excited electrons, can cause movement. And every element of that rock in space, is made of electron-proton pairs.