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Posted by Michael Gutchess on January 15, 2003 03:17:18 UTC

Yaniru,
1) I have read up a bit on this. I found on the site of mushield.com at
http://www.mushield.com/question_and_answer.html#q1, the following:
#11 Can I shield one magnet from another? "No. There is no such thing as a magnetic insulating material. High permeability material works to shield from magnetic interference by attracting and diverting the field through itself. The only way in which to halt the attractive or repulsive forces between two magnets is to separate them by the distance proportional to their respective magnetic field strengths."
I am surprised that you did not know this...

2) Graviton spin - The basic principals of phisics have not even figured out where the graviton is. According to Relativity, we probably don't even need one. Others say they push, some say they pull. Whose basic principals of physics determined the spin of the theoretical graviton?

3) Is Richardson's model mathematically coherent in your assessment? You see, if there are two particles or aspects of the wave it makes my theory work beautifully as a mechanical model. It can explain magnetism and gravity.

Regards,
MOG

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