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  • edited September 2016
    a reaction to a action
    what goes up must come down..

  • @Gardener Are you trying to get my goat :)
  • @Magnetic_Universe hehe.. why? Don't you like it :) He's saying that we actually don't know anything at all ;) which is correct :)
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  • @Magnetic_Universe Is this one any better? :)

  • @Gardener I like it. They kind of remind me a bit of what I read of Einstein's address delivered on May 5th, 1920, at the University of Leyden.

    The development of the theory of electricity along the path
    opened up by Maxwell and Lorentz gave the development of our
    ideas concerning the ether quite a peculiar and unexpected turn. For
    Maxwell himself the ether indeed still had properties which were
    purely mechanical, although of a much more complicated kind than
    the mechanical properties of tangible solid bodies. But neither
    Maxwell nor his followers succeeded in elaborating a mechanical
    model for the ether which might furnish a satisfactory mechanical
    interpretation of Maxwell’s laws of the electro-magnetic field. The
    laws were clear and simple, the mechanical interpretations clumsy
    and contradictory. Almost imperceptibly the theoretical physicists
    adapted themselves to a situation which, from the standpoint of their
    mechanical programme, was very depressing. They were particularly
    influenced by the electro-dynamical investigations of Heinrich
    Hertz. For whereas they previously had required of a conclusive
    theory that it should content itself with the fundamental concepts
    which belong exclusively to mechanics (e.g. densities, velocities,
    deformations, stresses) they gradually accustomed themselves to
    admitting electric and magnetic force as fundamental concepts side
    by side with those of mechanics, without requiring a mechanical
    interpretation for them. Thus the purely mechanical view of nature
    was gradually abandoned. But this change led to a fundamental
    dualism which in the long-run was insupportable. A way of escape
    was now sought in the reverse direction, by reducing the principles
    of mechanics to those of electricity, and this especially as confidence
    in the strict validity of the equations of Newton’s mechanics was
    shaken by the experiments with β-rays and rapid kathode rays.


    I may have said this before, but had spiral notebooks been invented a few decades prior, a mechanical view of nature may have been more nurtured. :)

    http://www.whoinvented.org/who-invented-spiral-notebook/
    http://www.ibiblio.org/ebooks/Einstein/Sidelights/Einstein_Sidelights.pdf
    http://leedskalnin.com/
  • I knew you'd like it :)
    From my point of view - somebody once said, that i'm "man of few words" (hehe) - the whole "science" is based on assumptions and some unexplainable theories...
    That was my only point...
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  • I can tell you exactly what attraction is and what repel is..
    the magnetic particle attract because they can continue their orbit through out 2 solids..
    They repel because they can not continue there orbit

    The best way to look at this is the earths a bee hive with the core the queen Bee with large entrances north and south and at every 30° there are smaller entrances the boys go one way the girls go they other and gravitate to each other and are paired up by the queen bee all magnets are VirGins 1st time around until they get to the Snake...

    look at the B its the same as the G.. put 2 G 's together its the for formula to eds wheel eds wheel is in the middle with a north south east west pole also its an apple and a love heart
    but the B do the same to the B now we have the pole up the middle with the orbit of the magnetic particles B is the 1/16 look at it it's a EDL...

    Wow, great stuff AG! Did you get my pm message? Would like to discuss with you.
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