Classical Physics

   

Magnetic Field Evolves to Gravity Field, Part 2: Particles

Authors: John Hodge

The characterization of magnetic fields around elementary particles is an extension of a project to model the gravitational field. The observation that the South Pole is slightly stronger than the North Pole as suggested in a previous experiment is confirmed. Each of the particles has a unique magnetic field lobes structure.

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[v1] 2019-08-21 12:55:33

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