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What would be the expected characteristic properties of the two magnetic monopoles?
This is a rather broad question and i don't know what level of study you are on, so let me present to you one of my favourite articles concerning this topic : Magnetic Monopoles from the Harvard Journal of Undergraduate Sciences (1996).What would be the expected characteristic properties of the two magnetic monopoles?
You don't think that I could detect a helium atom in 3D the same way I would detect a fermion? What about a composite boson made up of fermions?Can we think of Bosons as being a measure of one dimensional motion after all we can only detect either speed or direction with a photon? Fermions on the other hand have movement that we detect in all three dimensions. With this type of thinking would not a magnetic field fill the gap and appear to be movement in two dimensions.
Theoretically, when Dirac introduced magnetic monopoles in electromagnetism, his main intention was to make EM, a fully symmetric theory. This means that all electric charges become "magnetic charges" after replacing E with B and B with E. Another important consequence is the quantization of electrical charge or "magnetic coupling constant * electrical coupling constant = CONSTANT"Why couldn't we think of the two monopoles of a magnetic field as being the two different spins states displayed by Fermions, and Bosons.
Fermions which could be thought of as having a out to in spin, and Bosons which have an in to out spin?
The theory behind magnetic monopoles is written in four dimensions because :Would it make more sense to call time, our tool for measuring motion, as the first dimension and the second through fourth dimensions are the other three?
What's a "one dimension particle" ?Would each one dimension particle or for the people who like to think small, field, have two possible directions of movement?
I really don't see how this video shows "a quadrupole in action". Either you give a full scientific explanation to justify this video or you don't post it at all. YouTube is NOT peer reviewed source material and thus violates the PF guidelines.No one has been able to create a magnetic monopole in a lab yet, but magnetic quadrupoles do exist, and I even found a video of a permanent magnetic quadrupole on YouTube.
The video looks impossible, but they are found inside of every particle accelerator. Take a look if you are interested in this topic.
Would each one dimension particle or for the people who like to think small, field, have two possible directions of movement?
What's a "one dimension particle" ?
How is it connected to "a small field" ?
Why would you suspect the suggested "two possible movement directions" behaviour ?