posted on Jan, 26 2013 @ 03:01 PM
Originally posted by Mary Rose
Originally posted by ImaFungi
to me these are the exact same descriptions..
I disagree. The traditional bar magnet type field illustrated with the model of the electron does not account for two opposing bowl shaped
I'm curious. Did you watch the video? Are you planning to discuss the video and his subsequent videos and .pdf when it comes out?
I did watch the video...
I know this is not showing an individual electrons magnetic field but... where would his domes be in this image?
if you look at the photo of two oppositely spinning electrons you originally posted, and look at the imediate top two and bottom two field lines,,
they seem to form a V,, this made me think that that was the "hole or vortex imaged in his image" ...... from there after those 2 lines.... there
are 3 lines that go horizontal ( i know in reality it may not be 3 lines, or 10 but its a model showing a concept) this made me think those lines
going horizontal, in 3d would wrap around and form a domish like circle.... the dome nature if not from the spherical shape of certain things,, then I
dont know how it ties in.... I assumed if the electron really is spherical... then it is, like all spheres, two domes... Then perhaps the phenomenon
and the fields, are results of the electron spinning through space, resulting in an effect on fundamental space, which causes all (vacuum,space)
within a certain (small) distance from the electron to behave in a way caused by the spinning electron through space... this way(field) may
potentially be an impression in space ( or a warping of space) in the shape of the electron ( 2 domes)..( which would mean magnetism is a tiny scale
of einstein gravity) ....
Any way id like to hear yours and others thoughts on whether or not it is thought how a magnetic field effect the atoms surrounding a magnetic
material, or the space surrounding it..does a magnetic field exist composed of atoms ( does it depend on atoms surrounding the magnetic material, for
it to orient its field and cause magnetic effects... or does it depend on space between atoms, and a magnetic field is the removal of atoms from an
area surrounding a magnetic material, and magnetic field lines are using space in someway to orient and physical create the existence of a magnetic
Also I would like to hear it attempted to be explained from you, or anyone who thinks they know... How an S side of a bar magnet attracts the N side
of another across the distance of space... what is actually going on there?