Nuclear and Atomic Physics

   

How a Magnet Physically Attracts Another from a Distance

Authors: Bill Gaede

There is a set of properties that a theory must address in order to explain the magical, invisible, action-at-a-distance phenomenon of attraction and repulsion between two magnets. Here we show that of the entities proposed to date only the Rope Hypothesis can physically simulate all of them.

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