The Mechanistic Distinction Between the Interactions of Magnets and Electrical Bodies

Author’s Note: This scientific article only refers to the concepts of force and momentum as they are understood in post-modern physics and not as they are understood in classical physics. In other words, this article only refers to absolute force and absolute momentum and not relative force and relative momentum.

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I have taught you in the post-modern theory of electromagnetism how undivided light is what is responsible for both the interactions of magnets and those of electrical bodies. This comes with the conclusion that the separate electric field and the separate magnetic field do not exist.

However, in this scientific article, I want to show you the distinction that exists between the interactions of magnets and those of electrical bodies like electrons and protons.

You know, when you look at a magnet, that is a natural magnet or even an unnatural magnet, you are convinced that you are looking at a ponderable body that is different from an electrical body like an electron. Magnets exist at a non-subatomic level; they are not sub-atomic particles like electrons and protons that are sub-atomic particles.

So, because of this, there is a fundamental difference between the interactions of magnetic bodies which exist outside the atomic world and the interactions of electrical bodies which exist inside the atomic world.

But this difference is not really in how light causes the interactions of these bodies but in the nature of the quantity of motion associated with these bodies whenever they move due to light.

It is in this regard that I now state that the mechanistic distinction between magnets and electrical bodies is such that electrical bodies experience direct electromagnetic interaction while magnets experience indirect electromagnetic interaction.

The mechanistic distinction between magnets and electrical bodies is such that electrical bodies experience direct electromagnetic interaction while magnets experience indirect electromagnetic interaction.Click To Tweet

The above is understood to be that whenever electrical bodies interact due to light, they carry force, but whenever magnets interact due to light, they carry momentum and not force.

Now, because the interactions of these bodies are caused by the acceleration of light which carries force, they should naturally carry force whenever they interact, but only electrical bodies carry this force just like light or the acceleration of light, magnets do not.

The above is why electrical bodies are now said to experience direct electromagnetic interaction while magnets experience indirect electromagnetic interaction.

In the atomic world, light being an accelerating wave naturally carries force, so, it is only natural that this force should be what electrical bodies and magnets carry but this is only true for electrical bodies and not for magnets.

As I have said, this is obviously because magnets exist outside the atomic world; they are not sub-atomic bodies. But despite this, we still see the uniqueness of magnets.

Magnets are a special kind of matter. They are like the connection between the atomic world and the non-atomic world. They carry atomic causes and produce non-atomic effects.

That is, the underlying cause that produces the interactions of magnets occur in the atomic world and not the non-atomic world, but this cause is translated to produce a non-atomic effect which is the motion of magnets.

The diagram below simply shows that electrical bodies, like an electron and a proton, interact with each other or move towards each other carrying force which is denoted by F for both the electron and the proton.

An electron and a proton carrying force

The Direct Electromagnetic Interaction between an Electron (On the Left) and a Proton (On the Right)

And the next diagram below shows that two magnets move towards each other carrying momentum and not force like electrical bodies and this momentum is what is denoted as p for both magnets.

Two magnets carrying momentum

The Indirect Electromagnetic Interaction between Two Magnets

The two diagrams above should give you an understanding of what the mechanistic distinction between magnets and electrical bodies really means in post-modern physics.

The emphasis on this distinction arises because the interactions of magnets and electrical bodies are caused by the field of the acceleration of light which carries force and not the field of the speed of light which carries momentum.

So, it is only for electrical bodies we find a mechanistic harmony between the motion of light carrying force and of electrical bodies carrying force also. But for magnets, we find a mechanistic disharmony between the motion of light carrying force and of magnets carrying momentum and not force. 

These things I am informing you about the interactions of magnets and electrical bodies have emerged from the new metaphysical laws of motion. They are coming from what Absolute Relativity informs us about the universe.

So, the mechanics being discussed in this article is not Newtonian mechanics or quantum mechanics but relativistic mechanics, and in the exact, complete term, it is absolute relativistic mechanics.

Absolute relativistic mechanics is what is informing us about the distinction between the interactions of magnets and those of electrical bodies like the electron and the proton as shown in this scientific article. There are other facets to this but I don’t want to include them in this article in order to preserve its simplicity.

Magnets being ponderable bodies cannot carry force like electrical bodies. So, the effects of the fields of the acceleration of light between two magnets are what cause both magnets to carry momentum p as they move towards each other during attraction or away from each other during repulsion.

But the effects of the fields of the acceleration of light between two electrical bodies are what cause both electrical bodies to carry force F as they move towards each other during attraction or away from each other during repulsion.

Like I have said in the author’s note above, this scientific article refers to the post-modern concepts of force and momentum which are exactly referred to as absolute force and absolute momentum.

The force electrical bodies carry and also the acceleration of light is absolute force and not relative, Newtonian force and the momentum that magnets carry is absolute momentum and not relative, Newtonian momentum.

We are beginning to come a long way in the conceptual understanding of post-modern physics and I am very happy about that. So, there is no much need to inform you that this new understanding of the universe is due to the new science that is based on absolute space and time.

This is really why this article refers to the absolute concepts of force and momentum for electrical bodies and magnetic bodies respectively. These two kinds of matter are fundamentally different in the way they are influenced by the field of the acceleration of light.

Thus, electrical bodies experience direct electromagnetic interaction as they carry force just as the field of the acceleration of light mediating their interaction. But magnets experience indirect electromagnetic interaction as they carry momentum which is different from the field of the acceleration of light mediating their interaction and which carries force.

Until next time,

I will be here.

– M. V. Echa

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