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Old 08-16-2018, 04:36 PM
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Here is a recent paper authored by Markoul. It is referenced in the delete discussion at Wikipedia.

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The quantum field of a magnet shown by a nanomagnetic ferrolens
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Interesting.

I'd like to hear from Markoul about the Wikipedia deletion.

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From: https://en.everybodywiki.com/Ferrolens
Not quite like the Wikipedia.

Hi Guys,

Yeah, sadly, they deleted the Wikipedia ferrolens entry which was already up for three months now as a regular WP article.

The page was attacked by third-party COI roaming WP pages. Wikipedia is a dirty place and much is going on there.

I could ask for help from this forum here to vote in this delete discussion parody but since nobody seemed to be here the last period I didn't bother.

I am glad however that the ferrolens page is now on everybodywiki.

BTW, where have you been all this time?...took a vacation?

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Im always here Markhoul
Its just that I didnt know what to add to your posts.
Im working on an update on my webpage, but man,
formulating it in a way everbody can follow is really not such an easy task to achieve. As it is going into the theory of everything, I can start in any corner of history, science, magnetism, electricity, but Im not sure yet, which logic is best applied so everybody will get it.
For some, esotherics is best start, for others particles like electron/photon, for others fields, for others space/time volume.

Its so hard, but I will try it anyways <3
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Im always here Markhoul
Its just that I didnt know what to add to your posts.
Im working on an update on my webpage, but man,
formulating it in a way everbody can follow is really not such an easy task to achieve. As it is going into the theory of everything, I can start in any corner of history, science, magnetism, electricity, but Im not sure yet, which logic is best applied so everybody will get it.
For some, esotherics is best start, for others particles like electron/photon, for others fields, for others space/time volume.

Its so hard, but I will try it anyways <3
Right. What about for starters, writing the old story about science producing technology which in turn misleads science?

...what I mean by that I have strong indications that the established totay magnetic sensors used for mapping and vissualization of magnetic fields including Hall effect sensors and even squid sensors due their high ferromagnetic anisotropy property are responsible (in addition to the classical iron filings Faraday experiment) for distorting the actual field of an magnet and giving us an interference pattern of the field instead. Which is of course is an artificially induced pattern and fake geometry of the actual field....

Thus only a non ferromagnetic and more isotropic superparamgnetic quantum magneto optic method like the ferrocell can give the actual undisturbed image of the field of a magnet. That what I call, The Quantum Field of Magnet.

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Brian Kerr has moved his video channel here...

https://tinyurl.com/y7fyrnyy
If you like his ferrocell videos you can find him in the above link.

He left youtube for personal reasons explained here:

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Thanks for the inputs Markoul, I did some content rearrangement and extention. Its cool like this from the buildup. Like it alot. Also went after Timm's suggestions to first hit them with as many ferrocell images as possible to digest Then start explaining. Have a look and let me know what you think What really is Magnetism – Some Thoughts – An Analysis investigating Magnetism Energy Dynamics via Ferrocell (Light) & CRT (Electrons) & Matter (Iron filings). Click on the picture below to see my powerpoint presentation
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It's like encyclopedia Britannica but specific for Ferrocell

Excellent.

I specially liked the correlation you do of magnetism with Dark Matter and Dark Energy... you know... magnetism is with one foot standing on the dark side...If you know what I mean

As a tip maybe you should do some grouping and categorization of your links and info on your site.

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Ferrolens suggests magnets are possible Quantum Harmonic Oscillators

Quantum field θ pattern of magnet observed with the ferrolens points that a magnet is a quantum harmonic oscillator?



If we assume that the flux pattern above observed with the ferrolens is correct and since magnets are considered to belong and best described by quantum mechanics thus must be quantum machines and also accept the characteristic of magnetic potential of magnetic fields then in the quantum system which is called a magnet, must exist a magnetic potential energy ground state:

see Fig.1 and Fig.2 below





reference: http://www.umich.edu/~chem461/QMChap5.pdf

What are your thoughts about it?

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I fully agree on quantum oscillator Bochwall is the decharged zeropoint, becoming 2D dielectric potential, magnetically holographically projected into macroscopic magnetic 3D. Macroscopic is all about Fibonacci and golden ratio. These rules/ratio are very important for music too. Fits the quantum oscillation perspective

Guys, we need more exposure! Noone knows the ferrocell. Not enough people listening. I get 4 visitors per day on the webpage. In comparison to world population, we have a problem ;D Any idea how we could achieve that?
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**** them... there are not worthy!

Using the new field geometry shown by the ferrocell

I am now in the process to produce the first monopolar magnet array.

I already have produced successfully three prototypes in my lab.

Publication will come next year.

This will draw their attention anyway.

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Ferrocell pattern analysis



Guys, when I compare the image from ferrocell to what we know about electric and magnetic fields, it look like neither of them. Its the point inverse mirror image of electric fields aswell as of magnetic fields. Like "anti"-electromagnetic fields. Could this be right? What you guys think?
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SSML,

First, great image presentation above! i LOVE IT!


Your observation is correct and known for many long time now.

This difference is due the false classical model of dipoe magnetic field geometry established in science observed by the macroscopic view of magnetic fields using ferromagnetic sensors and measuring devices.

Since Electric fields and Magnetic fields force vectors presented as fact by mainstream science have as said a 90° polarization angle differential, it would be a perfectly logical conclusion to expect this difference to appear also in their dipole interaction flux patterns.

The quantum magneto optic device ferrocell makes this possible showing us the actual so called Quantim Field of the Magnet.

It is natural when the oposite poles (N-S) of two magnets coming close, the flux lines of one magnet to try to run in parallel with the flux lines of the other. The field lines of one magnet try to encopass the lines of the other and eventually the two poles will join to form the dielectric or else Bloch domain wall field in the middle. This is directly a result of the vortex-torus geometry of the polar fields of a magnet as shown by the ferrocell.

The same behaviour is aslo shown and demonstrated on two merging opposite counter rotational water swirls:



If they are brought close enough the two swirls or whirlpools will merge to one.

This video bellow accidently demonstrates at best opposite poles dipole magnetic interaction (magnetic attraction bond):



and this one here:



merging whirlpools (i.e. a dipole magnet):



When now the two whirlpools are spinning at the same direction the wave fronts (flux lines) are hitting each other resulting to repulsion.




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Magnetic attraction and repulsion explained as fluid vortex dynamics

Magnetic atraction and repulsion expalained as fluid vortex dynamics (merging and repulsing vortices , whirlpools)






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Guys, when I compare the image from ferrocell to what we know about electric and magnetic fields, it look like neither of them. Its the point inverse mirror image of electric fields aswell as of magnetic fields. Like "anti"-electromagnetic fields. Could this be right? What you guys think?
Hi Self,

I agree with the premise. Unsure about "anti"-electromagnetic fields. But that is better than magnetic vortex and Bloch nonsense. I do know that the image on the ferrocell is not representing the magnetic flux field directly. The ferrocell image is certainly influenced by the magnetic field like the whirlpool is influenced by the gravitational field. The gravitational field is not the shape of the whirlpool, is it?

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Hi Bi,

I think what the ferrocell is hinting to is the point-symmetry aspect.
It adds a new attribute to electric and magnetic fields as sine and cosine waves. They can be pulsed. Electric and magnetic fields in our space, contracting to zeropoint and inversing on the other side (ferrocell point-mirrored image of electric AND magnetic fields with inversed polarity). I think this pulse oscillation is nature's standing wave (standing waves are permanent, as in "permanent" magnetism), and it spins, while it pulses.
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What is happening to the actual poles of magnets when attracting or repelling

Here is a video demonstration of how the poles (shown as black holes in the ferrocell) of the magnet dynamically and in real-time react on attract or repel mode which can NOT be shown by any other method (i.e. iron filings or modern magnetometer) :


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zCV7h9vr9tw&t=585s


Showing clearly that poles of magnet expand in size when attracting and contracting (closing up) when repelling.

No other method or device (except the magnetic viewer film) can show the geometrical shape and size of the pole itself and display dynamic information. All other methods show and measure only the sourounding flux and not the actual poles of the magnet.

Therefore the ferrocell shows the complete field of the magnet including the poles. It is logical that poles expand in size when attracting trying to encompass the other pole and join whereas when repelling the poles are contracting and closing resisting the flux intake and joining.


Even the third pole formed between the two repelling poles shown in Selfsimilarity's poster above can be explained by vortex dynamics.

Everything suggests the vortex nature of magnetism. Period.


There is nothing static in nature. Static magnetic field is only a static imprint of a dynamic and probably also superluminal process.

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Guys, when I compare the image from ferrocell to what we know about electric and magnetic fields, it look like neither of them. Its the point inverse mirror image of electric fields aswell as of magnetic fields. Like "anti"-electromagnetic fields. Could this be right? What you guys think?

SSML,

Your are a bit confused I believe

Instead this over thinking complicated "anti-electromagnetism" stuff you are referring to !!

Why not just thinking more straight and unhooked from mainstream indoctrination and acknowledging the fact that there is something wrong with macroscopic ferromagnetic sensors (including iron filings method) for magnetic field imaging and measurements applications?

There is actually a very good video made by Ufopolitics about this specific topic:

You can access the important part from this time tag here
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4v5YsV_M5hc&t=607s

He compares the attraction and repulsion patterns from all four methods, iron filings, magnetic viewer film, ferrocell and CRT and TURNS OUT ALL DISPLAYING ALTHOUGH DIFFERENT TECHNOLOGIES THE SAME PATERNS EXCEPT THE FU**ING IRON FILINGS SENSORS.



Makes you wonder if there is something wrong with the classic iron filing fig(a) field image







... this goes also for the false dipolar interactions patterns shown by the iron filings on your poster above. Here is the CRT showing the same patterns for attraction and repulsion as with the ferrocell...seems to me that old grandpa iron filings is put in the corner... hahahahahaha!


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Hi Markoul,

I almost agree. Im aware that iron filings does not show intermediate pression return in aquatorial axis as shown by ferrocell, crt and viewing film. But you miss a detail, there is a point-inversion visible in repulsive magnet setup seen through ferrocell (in the excact middle between the two repulsive magnets). This is not displayed by viewing film, nor CRT!

For me this hints to not only is sine-wave cosine-wave type EM, there is also point-oscillatory EM, like a pulse, from center out back to center. Nature's standing wave
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Hi Markoul,

I almost agree. Im aware that iron filings does not show intermediate pression return in aquatorial axis as shown by ferrocell, crt and viewing film. But you miss a detail, there is a point-inversion visible in repulsive magnet setup seen through ferrocell (in the excact middle between the two repulsive magnets). This is not displayed by viewing film, nor CRT!

For me this hints to not only is sine-wave cosine-wave type EM, there is also point-oscillatory EM, like a pulse, from center out back to center. Nature's standing wave

Hi SSML,

Wrong when close enough and with the right distance of the two magnets from the screen and powerful magnets this is also displayed in the CRT.

I will show you. I try to remember where i saw the video and post it here.

However remember when a magnet is placed on its side on the crt the poles usually do not appear as a black disk, is not that sensitive as the ferrocell on that matter, the magnet must be fu**ing strong to get the same effect on that position on a crt specially to get the third black dot in the middle.
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Cool! Looking forward to the video
So if we assume the magnetic field is understood incorrectly, missing the intermediate pressure mediation, do you think, for electric field, it looks the same? Because as you see in my slide, electric field and magnetic field have the same geometry with iron filings. As they are a conjugate, I would assume the electric field would require the same field geometry as the magnetic field seen through ferrocell.
Is the geometry seen through CRT attributed to electron and not magnetism? Therefore misunderstood?

Is there anyway to see the full electric field symmetry aswell? Timm was suggesting to use YAG particles to visualize the electric in a ferrocell. I wonder what the field symmetry would look like.

Do you agree on the point-symmetry? The electromagnetic pulse? As I understand in the toroidal symmetry? Do you also think this toroidal pulse is the standing wave? Doesnt it make sense to think of standing wave as a pulse oscillation (oscillation between contraction and expansion), not a transverse electromagnetic wave?

Sorry that I have so many questions^^

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So if we assume the magnetic field is understood incorrectly, missing the intermediate pressure mediation, do you think, for electric field, it looks the same? Because as you see in my slide, electric field and magnetic field have the same geometry with iron filings. As they are a conjugate, I would assume the electric field would require the same field geometry as the magnetic field seen through ferrocell.
Is the geometry seen through CRT attributed to electron and not magnetism? Therefore misunderstood?

Is there anyway to see the full electric field symmetry aswell? Timm was suggesting to use YAG particles to visualize the electric in a ferrocell. I wonder what the field symmetry would look like.

Do you agree on the point-symmetry? The electromagnetic pulse? As I understand in the toroidal symmetry? Do you also think this toroidal pulse is the standing wave? Doesnt it make sense to think of standing wave as a pulse oscillation (oscillation between contraction and expansion), not a transverse electromagnetic wave?

Sorry that I have so many questions^^

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Exactly. The field depicted by the ferrocell is the correct. Don't kill the messenger.

This alone, electric field vectors matching the magnetic field vectors on static fields when theory says otherwise, is a strong indication that it is BS.

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Third pole of repelling magnets also shown on a crt

Sorry, could't remember the video I mentioned previously. I found a second video that demonstrates this quite nicely.

Magnetic dipolar attraction:


Magnetic dipolar repulsion:


Magnetic dipolar repulsion when same poles are brought very close:


Note: Ellipsoid pattern changes to a circle due to condensation. Magnets are not strong enough to produce a black circle on the crt and in between the poles circlular pattern appears colored and much more magnified by the crt. In a ferrocell the circle appears much smaller and black due to the greater sensitivity and spatial resolution of the ferrocell.



source video:




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Are magnetic fields modons?

A striking resemblance of the quantum field of the magnet shown by the ferrolens fig.1 with Modons [1] fig.2 (i.e. counter rotating joined side by side vortexes or whirlpools). A strong indication of the joined counter spin double vortex nature of dipole magnetism and that field of dipole magnet consists of two distinct (monopole) joined vortex fields (poles of magnet).


Fig.1 Quantum field of magnet as shown with the ferrolens.



Fig.2 Modons. Two distinct vortices whirlpools joined together at the middle. Striking resamblance with quantum field of magnet as shown in fig.1 previously.[1]

Video Demonstration of Modons:




Fig.3 Modons can transfer matter as magnetism does. The only fundamental difference in the geometry of Modons and quantum dipole magnetic field vortices is that Modons are joined side by side on the same plane whereas dipole magnetic vortices are joined through a common axis of rotation on their center as shown above.





Fig.4 A modon on a pool. Some food coloring is used to make visible the vortices (poles) joint (domain wall).

copyrightŠEmmanouil Markoulakis TEI of Crete 2018.



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Merging Modon - Maybe the secret for magnetic mopole field creation?

Notice the third vortice created as also shown on the ferrocell for opposite repulsing magnetic fields.

Notice also here the initial two vortices have the same spin direction not counter spin therefore initially repulsing but due the general circular movement of the water in the area are forced to merge resulting in a single vortex.

In my opinion the third black hole we see in a ferrocell when repulsing same polarity magnetic poles are approached, is a magnetic monopolar field.

Also maybe if someone can squeeze enough the Bloch domain wall (separation void between polar fields) the poles of a magnet will merge to one monopolar field.

But I don't know how much energy will be needed to achieve this.





Figure. Same polarity polar fields collide resulting to repulsion. A third pole is formed in the midpoint as shown in the ferrolens.


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square magnet vortex

What about my square vortex using 4 magnets with poles the same way. Iv been calling the thing in the middle of two similar poles a mono pole or conjoined pole and it acts like a pole in a Ferrophoto.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wc5aYMVwsXQ


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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: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edward...lnin#Magnetism
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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: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edward...lnin#Magnetism
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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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...
Field suppression is one way, but we're not really seeing a monopole. Using bismuth or a superparamagnetic material like our nanomagnetite will give the illusion of a monopole, but it's really 'folded back' into itself.
Every source requires a sink. You haven't gone anywhere until leave one place and go somewhere else. North must have South in order to exist in our reality.

Like time without space
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