A little more on magnetism

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Rewritten and placed in the thread titled, "A little critique on magnetic lines of force", in the Teory Development Forum.
 
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Cuz, I have not read your post in detail, I am guessing. I doubt that you are seeing anything different from what has been observed in the past. Do some basic research. Read carefully the works of Faraday and Ampere, they did this basic research about 200yrs ago, their work was combined with that of Gauss, by Maxwell to form our current Electro Magnetic theory. If you are not familiar with it, then you cannot know if you are seeing something different, that is, not covered by the current theory.

I doubt that you are.
 
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Thanks for the advice Integral, But I do think I see something wrong. Check my last paragraph again. I'm sticking with that.

Fairfield
 

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