|Apr29-11, 01:54 PM||#1|
Why some say that the existence of magnetic monopoles would violate the conservation of energy law?
|Apr29-11, 03:55 PM||#2|
What I'm trying to do here is gather as much facts about monopoles as possible in laymans terms. So if you have any, post it here.
Monopoles are round (like a sphere) with either a north or a south pole.
The charges of the monopole are in fact photons moving or in of the sphere into infinity. Whereas in a dipole, the photons would be circulating from north to south in a loop.
|Apr29-11, 04:45 PM||#3|
Neither of those "facts" are so, I am afraid.
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