dusthurricane wrote:Magnetic lines cut through a conductor shifting the magnetic electrons of the conductor as the lines move.
It is the lines of force alone causing the electrons to shift.
The actual particles which traverse the lines are not being utilized.
Magnets a quadpole systems - not di-pole. Magnetic force lines are 3d tornadoes in appearance. We just use the shell of the energy to nudge our electronic systems.
Anaconda wrote:Michael Mozina:
I agree with the proposition that so-called "magnetic reconnection" is, in actuality, the electromagnetic Double Layer and your description, here, is appropriate. I've read your battles with "reconnection" subscribers at various forums and your arguments are solid. Sadly, in my opinion, they have no interest in honest intellectual discussion. Their only goal is to maintain the status quo. A couple of those interlocutors are closer to being intellectually honest, but when they are in the 'clinch', again, in my opinion, you see they have no interest to follow where the evidence leads.
But where I do have a question is when you claim magnetic fields consist of photons.
What evidence do you have for that proposition?
dusthurricane wrote:Michael Mozina - You offer FYI - the information you submit is second hand - i stated ' a magnetic elecron ' making it clear that an electron is magnetic (electro- magnet ) yet you feel the need to educate me and rephrase it. In fact all that which you submit here comes accross condecending at the least and at worse an attempt to over embellish scientific gibba gabba.
My life long study of electronics/physics , has afforded me all the knowledge i require in respect of electron / atomic functionality thank you and my life study of radio electronics even more so when pertaining to electro-magnetic aspects of science. Which leads me to your point - The actually "particles" of magnetic lines are 'photons'. Gramatically erroneous in the first. In the second - magnetic lines are photons - oh lets turn the lights of and enjoy the light show yeah. Microwave ovens have powerful magnets inside the magnetron - that should look cool.come on. Please do not attemp to educate me. Though your meaning to respond is acceptable.
Anaconda wrote:Fractals are important.
At this point, I don't subscribe to magnetic fields consisting of photons or virtual photons.
To my way of thinking, the magnetic field is a partial evidence of the aether. Charged particles, plasma, for some reason unknown to me, interact with the aether. The electric field also is an interaction with the aether, but it is less clear to me how that would work. That's not a full explanation, just a quick thought.
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