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Old 09-04-2018, 10:52 AM
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Originally Posted by dyetalon View Post
These comparisons are very convincing.
But I think its realistically impossible to separate the north spins from the south spins. They are intertwined and co-dependent forces that can not exist alone. I believe each is required to create the effect we know as magnetism.
How could you have a force with only one point of origin and no where to go?

Ed Leedskalnin had a sensible way of explaining their co-dependence:
Yes I tend to agree. Magnetism can be manifested in ordinary matter only as a dipole radiation. If you squezze the domain wall to much is like closing the door to magnetism.

However, there is another way for monopolar magnetic fields creation...
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