Magnetic fields
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Magnetic fields

If you have not put yourself into the system I use, then understanding the basis for this section is not present.

A magnetic field consists of 2 composite parts.

1 A magnetic field.
2 Spin of particles.

The universe's main system points to the fact that the magnetic field consists of radiation.

Until now, I assess that the radiation is in a spectrum area with a very large wavelength and is found in the radiation area that has not been mapped so far.

The origin of radiation is the nuclear system's radiation system.

If a particle or light strand is not affected by any force, it will move along a straight line.

The radiation moves in a closed orbit in the same way that the moon moves around the earth.

If a change in the spin of the particles occurs, there will also be a change in the wavelength. That is, the wavelength is adapted to the particle's spin and an increase of the spin will result in a shorter wavelength that is carried by a greater amount of energy.

A magnet's radiation has what I call a zero point but has no polarization, so the polarization comes from another force affecting the system.

I should note this here: that radiation is a high velocity particle and we have here another example of the particle properties of the radiation.

Figure 951 shows a particle rotating about its own shaft.
We have here a variant of the velocity of the kinetic mass, with the inner part standing still and the outer part having a velocity maintained by the mass of the nucleus. It is comparable to the deflection of the moon in the Earth's field of attraction

You should be aware that the rotation does not create any polarization of the magnetic field but creates the deflection path of the radiation at a certain wavelength.


You should read my section on radiation.

The radiation is emitted from the N pole and follows the deflection field and absorbed into the S pole.

The radiation is in the low-energy area with a large wavelength.

I see no problems with magnetic fields compared to the system I work with.

There are some interesting things to do with polarization and the core work of the inner work that are interesting to look at.

The Universe.

Classic big bang.

Mass formation.

Atom structure.

Atom binding.

Molecular binding.

Particle radiation

Magnetic fields.

Mass attraction.


Micro physics



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