Quantum Physics


Gravitational and Electromagnetic Waves Extend Understanding of Superconductivity, Planetary Fields, Photons and Gravitons

Authors: Rodney Bartlett

The cause of Earth's magnetic field is said to be the geodynamo, also called the magnetic dynamo theory. The heat from the solid inner core puts the liquid outer core in motion, and the movements of the outer core's electrically conducting fluids (such as molten iron) generate the planet's magnetic field. Electrically conducting fluids occur in the Sun, other stars and most planets – and are the scientifically accepted mechanism for magnetic fields. However, the planets Mercury and Venus suggest this process is only partly correct. During explanation of planetary magnetism, the strong electric field of the planet Venus is accounted for. And the article gives an alternative explanation of superconductivity which speaks of molecules as well as waves i.e. it refers to quantum mechanics' wave-particle duality. Interestingly, the use of gravitational and electromagnetic waves to aid our understanding of superconductivity and planetary fields leads to new perspectives concerning photons and gravitons.

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[v1] 2016-07-23 03:36:35
[v2] 2018-02-14 00:15:14
[v3] 2018-02-16 23:19:28

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