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Re: He Tells Me To Study Physics.I Tell Him Physics Works Only On Earth.

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Posted by yelmalio/">yelmalio on January 23, 2000 16:04:18 UTC

Similarly each and every galaxy have their own : cumulative North and south pole. : What is existence of these magnetic field .

Really, seriously, study the works of Alven. He pioneered the field of plasma physics and this explains where the fields come from.

I still disagree that every galaxy has a biploar magnetic field.

Gases can create electric force.I will not tell you any author name to explain my point here you have to search for yourself to understand for yourself.

Frankly, it was that comment that got my ire. I am willing to discuss, dissect and rip apart physics but it helps if you give a pointer to what you are referring to. Basic common good manners to do so. If I said Gases create gravity, I won't explain it, you'll have to work it out, I'd expect to be ignored by everyone.

As I say, I found 12 papers on galactic structure being caused by magnetic fields but thats hardly a consensus of opinion. How an ionised gas (a plasma) creates a magnetic field is well understood.

magnetic forces exist to stop flow electricity.

I think you are confusing eddy currents in transformers with self propagating EM waves.


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