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  1. #1 A new mysterious unknown force? you be the judge! 
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    All matter is made up of + and - charges in a relationship and in motion- electrons, neutrons, protons, atoms, all those when broken down are made up of smaller and smaller + and - charges.

    All charges exert a force of repulsion and attractions while in motion that goes on forever and deminishes inversely to the square of the distance(just like gravity except gravity is much weaker).

    A spinning magnet on a string when approached by another spinning magnet regardless of how you hold them will always attract to each other...why is that? shouldn't they repel and attract just as often you might think that teh spinning magnet would stay where it's at but it doesn't it always attracts it doesn't make sense.

    The reason it always attracts is because when it does attract the distance between them is reducing so the force is increasing thus when attracting they accelerate together, and likewise when repeling they kinda decelerate away the net result of this being a very weak net attraction between all spinning charges...

    What this means is that all matter is like spinning magnets and is attracted to all other matter. this new mysterious force is a byproduct of charges in random motion that is why it is so much weaker than the electrical force, and it always attracts.

    Well that's cool ain't it, but what is it if this is true?


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  3. #2 Re: A new mysterious unknown force? you be the judge! 
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    Quote Originally Posted by jammiecg
    All matter is made up of + and - charges in a relationship and in motion- electrons, neutrons, protons, atoms, all those when broken down are made up of smaller and smaller + and - charges.

    All charges exert a force of repulsion and attractions while in motion that goes on forever and deminishes inversely to the square of the distance(just like gravity except gravity is much weaker).

    A spinning magnet on a string when approached by another spinning magnet regardless of how you hold them will always attract to each other...why is that? shouldn't they repel and attract just as often you might think that teh spinning magnet would stay where it's at but it doesn't it always attracts it doesn't make sense.

    The reason it always attracts is because when it does attract the distance between them is reducing so the force is increasing thus when attracting they accelerate together, and likewise when repeling they kinda decelerate away the net result of this being a very weak net attraction between all spinning charges...

    What this means is that all matter is like spinning magnets and is attracted to all other matter. this new mysterious force is a byproduct of charges in random motion that is why it is so much weaker than the electrical force, and it always attracts.

    Well that's cool ain't it, but what is it if this is true?

    There is only the appearance of attraction in our universe. There is only pressure though in actuality.

    Nothing can attract something else. There is no such mechanism in the atomic world to create that force. It certainly looks that way, however that is as far scientifically as you can go.

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    William McCormick


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