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Old 04-14-2018, 12:29 AM
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Originally Posted by Markoul View Post

We all know that magnets are made by electrification by applying an electric voltage (potential) at its two ends with a coil wrapped around the magnet, thus every magnet has electrically charged matter and also unbalanced between its two ends (poles)(+/-).

Markoul, your statement grates because it's your assumption this is how things work. It follows convention, does it not, that you're making an assumption about the way things work. You then you go on to describe the results as a manifest cause and effect, when really all you're doing is explaining one way to create a magnet. It does not automatically follow that the results are the consequence of having applied polarity to each end with an electrical charge. That outcome seems to be a consequence of the now arranged molecules within specific matter and not for any other reason. It is natural to expect this outcome if the force used was an polarized electrical charge applied to the correct materials.

Are you following? I'm implying that the input helps to form the output, but the output is dependent upon the materials involved because their internal molecules are capable of being reorganized by this technique, and so it's possible to imagine other outcomes with other energies being the format for the crystalline lattice bonds which make up a magnet. It implies that something like say X~Ray's could be applied to another material with a similar result as the outcome.

To say a magnet has a storehouse of electrically charged matter suggests it is either a capacitor or a battery of sorts. Which may be telling, not sure, but interesting to think about as a kind of incomplete capacitor with the other half being in the so~called dark matter, or air around us as is more likely. Certain materials are conducive to having their molecular bonds assume a conductive plane with the application of an electrical charge. Otherwise we could take any old piece of material and should then expect that we could also magnetize that by the same methods which we know we cannot do.

We can, however, use alloys to produce organized crystalline lattice bonds in other materials and thus create magnets which were previously thought impossible. So really it's the structure within the magnet that is the key. It suggests that a load stone is a natural creation not formed through the use of electrical charge, but purely upon the arrangement of it's internal structure, and what that implies is this idea or notion of how magnets work is a partial understanding. For all we know there's something akin to X~ray magnets laying around or which might help to explain radioactive matter as another form not unlike magnetism.
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