The Magnetic Ocean
In a previous post, ‘What Magnets Are,’ we listed the characteristics of individual magnets. In this article we will define how these magnets work together to create the universe we live in. The universe is very similar to an ocean of water with expanding bubbles of materials seemingly floating in nothingness. We look around us every day never realizing the true wonder right in front of our eyes.
The air we breathe is so full of magnetic particles that each breath we take is more than enough to generate the charge we need to power the heart. It’s as easy as realizing that the air gets separated in the trachea through the bronchial tubes and a charge separation occurs, as the diaphragm pushes up forcing the lungs apart in the lower lobes, generating a potential difference between the lungs where the heart is positioned. The same will happen with people with only one lung but the charge separation is not as large. This is why they can no longer run for long periods or do things that require a lot of energy as their charge generators are basically running at half capacity. Every element in existence is saturated in this magnetic fluid, and without it there is no motion, vibration, heat, or light. When the magnets are motionless in a material, it is said that the material is at absolute zero in temperature and will emit no light what so ever. This is a state of darkness and lifelessness. Fortunately for the universe and life, the natural state of the magnetic particle is extremely excited. If you were to try and stop the magnetic particle from moving it would immediately begin moving again once it was set free, almost with a perpetual motion. The way this magnetic fluid affects atoms is through direct physical collisions with the surface of the atom. When a magnetic particle bumps into an atom, the magnets vibrational energy is transferred to the atom and the motion of the magnet is stopped for a brief moment. Now the atoms own vibration is slightly increased and over a period of one second an atom may experience several billion such collisions. An atoms vibrational level is determined by the number of magnetic particles that collide with the atoms outer wall. Atoms also generate a breathing pulse, like a heartbeat, that cause compression waves in the shape of spheres to emanate from the surface of the atom at a steady rate. They generate their pulse through a complex process similar to breathing. They essentially breath-in this magnetic fluid and compress it in the core of the atom which produces a huge charge inside. A pulse of illuminated electric discharge occurs from the center outward accelerating in speed toward the outside wall. Once the electric arc collides with the outside wall of the atom a pulse is created outside the atom in the magnetic fluid. This outward traveling electric arc also drags the lifeless magnets out of the core of the atom and at the same time new alive magnets are drawn in down parallel spiraling tubules.
Just after the outward wave pulse is created, it has no choice but to repulsing back against the outer surface of the atom and this timing of pulsing and reaction creates standing waves not traveling waves. This will be known as their vibrational-period or pulse. When the atoms vibration increases, the standing waves expand outward and the opposite happens when the vibration decreases. If this vibration increases far enough, a new node will be formed in the standing wave and the geometry of the entire material will shift. This shift may result in an expansion, contraction, change in state from solid to liquid, physical geometrical arrangement changes, purification of materials, separation of elements, etc. This vibration of the magnetic fluid surrounding the atom has another side effect associated with it. When two atoms are placed in this magnetic fluid beside each other and they are vibrating at their normal rate, independent of one another, they will attract. That is, their vibrations acting on one another will cause them to drift toward each other. The faster vibrating atom will attract the lower vibrating atom until a physical collision occurs between them. Once they touch, the higher vibrating atom will transfer some of its vibration to the lower vibrating atom based on an absorption rate and the atoms will bounce apart. The two atoms will continue to collide together until their vibrations are balanced out. When we observe atoms, we see a sphere around the atom and not the atom itself generating this sphere. They call this sphere the electron cloud and it apparently blocks our instruments from seeing the atom because our viewing devices are built to detect electrical fields between a determined spectrum. So naturally the software will only detect those signals and project the outer most boundary of the atoms standing wave field as a sphere. The electron cloud is nothing more than a standing wave generated by the atoms natural pulse. What we see when looking at images of atoms together are actually interactions between these standing wave fields. You will also notice the echo or vibrations that are generated by these atoms far out into the magnetic fluid in which everything exists. All elements have a different absorption rate so atoms of the same element have a natural vibrational rate and atoms of different elements have their own rate that may differ. Having different absorption rates and different natural vibrational rates within a magnetic fluid, is how the universe arranges itself and allows for various phenomenon such as heat and light. One most important property of the magnetic particle is the reactive energy it has when put under pressure. It was observed that the magnetic particle would grow in energy when it was contained to the point that it would destroy any “cage” put around it. This is the reason why we have an opposite and equal reaction because the magnets do not easily move. When you push down on a table with your finger, the entire table is reacting by pushing back against the atoms that are attempting to force their way in. In order to do this the magnets that are between the atoms begin to feel the compression and counter the pressure by growing in strength. This causes a chain reaction to occur that propagates through all the atoms in the material and the magnets in the entire material grow in strength to counter the pressure. When you strike the table with a sledgehammer, the magnets grow in strength to such a degree as to fracture or even shatter the table because the repulsive strength forced huge pieces of material out. In the path that the fracture occurred the atoms would have been excited to the point that they may light up and most definitely heat up during the moment of fracture. How do we relate this to geometry? Since magnets cannot be destroyed, they are limited to the space the can occupy and it all comes down to the shape of a sphere. If you want to know how close they can get, it a matter of drawing two circles with their edges touching. When two opposite magnets pair up, they spin around each other in a heart-beat like manner exactly like the vesica pisces. The area between the two spinning magnets is the source of the vortex. The magnets move fastest while they are close and move slower when they are apart. All sources of energy can be attributed to the spinning of these two magnets. Their strength is dynamic but only to keep things in balance otherwise in their normal behavior they have an average, equal strength. When an outside influence occurs such as a hammer blow on a nail-head, the magnets in the nail and the hammer react by growing in strength that is equal to the momentum of the hammer. The losses in energy that we observe is due to the atoms absorbing the magnets energy as the collide with them. The atoms then excite and heat-up as well as get slightly brighter but we cannot detect this change with our eyes. When the nail hits a knot in the wood, the density of this material is increased and the nail will have a harder time pushing through. When you strike the nail with the hammer this time, the energy (a build-up of strength in the magnetic particles) will propagate down the nail as usual but the knot will cause the energy increase beyond the atomic threshold of the material and the nail will bend. This energy propagation happens so fast that detection is almost impossible as it happens instantly. So for a quick recap. As an atoms vibrational rate increases (can be caused by excited magnetic particles, sudden in-rush of other atoms, increased collisions, etc.) so does the temperature of the material, as does the luminosity, and a shift in geometry of the standing wave. It also becomes more attractive to other lower vibrating atoms. All energy transfer is based on direct physical collisions that result in a proportional transfer of energy based on different absorption rates of atoms. This is simplicity in design at its finest. Until next time, thanks for reading.