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 parts and is a part of the universe's combined development.

(1) Figure 951 shows a particle which rotates around its own axle.
We have here a variation of the kinetic mass speed, wherein the inner part is stationary and the outer part has a speed which is held by the core mass attraction. It can be compared to the moon's deflection in the Earth's attraction field

You should be aware that the rotation does not cause any polarization of the magnetic field but creates the deflection path of the radiation.


(2) The other part that creates the magnetic field is radiation.
You should read my section on radiation.
The radiation is emitted from the N pole and follows the deflection field and is absorbed in the S pole.

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

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

There are some interesting things in connection with polarization and the core`s inner work functions that it is 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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