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16 rare earth magnets attached to themselves. What do you think about the magnetic field it generating ? Answered

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RonM23

3 years ago

My misspelling comes from a life time of dyslexia. I use spell check so much I pick the top word in the correction column. This is how I came to write elector-magnet. Having said that, did you have any trouble understanding me? I think not. I am not in grade school any more and I will not learn how to spell in what time I have left so get over it. You are not my self elected spell checker !. By pointing out my misspelled words basically is evading the point and in my view makes you look like so many self right people in my past that don't understand that at my age (65) I don't give a rip if I spell correctly or not. Keep your sspelling check to yourself. thank you

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Jack A LopezRonM23

Answer 3 years ago

I'm sorry for making fun of you. I should not have said anything. I'll delete that comment.

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RonM23

3 years ago

The man that built The Coral Castle had something going for him. It was early 1900's. It couldn't have been to complicated, that is I should have access to everything he had by going down to the local hardware store. The exception is the mercury. It is a long story how I came to own mercury but I do and for a long time. Mercury is the one link in the experiment that prevents others from doing what I plan on doing. In the early mercury was easily accessible. Today the recycle companies will not even take my mercury. Too much paper work they say. Search "elector-magnets mercury vortex" - you will see how I got my idea. Respectfully RocketRonny (by the way, wacky weed just dumbs a person down but one can buy it here in Washington State. To each their own)

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icengRonM23

Answer 3 years ago

What makes you think he used mercury to manhandle 700lb coral slabs ?

I would really like to solve that mans coral castle mystery.

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RonM23iceng

Answer 3 years ago

All the mans equipment was accounted for at the time of his death except for one item. That was a small box which can be seem on top of his tripod. The tripod with the block & tackle and chains attached. It was about 14" X 14" x 8". There is no apparent reason for a box to be on top of the tripod. The man himself said many times that he was using the same technology as the ancient Egyptians. The Egyptians had so much mercury one king had a lake of it made in the center of his tumb. Batteries have been found from that era made of ceramic jars with anoid and diode installed, just needing an acid liquid to activate it.

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Kiteman

3 years ago

I think it's very pretty.

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RonM23Kiteman

Answer 3 years ago

There are tremendously complex magnetic forces going on with all these magnets. Unfortunately I can't picture it in my mind. My motive for this odd question was to create a platform for my mercury elector-magnetic generator idea. It has the a slim chance to explore, using reverse magnetic fields, to repulse the earths magnetic field and create what some call "anti-gravity". The man who built The Coral Castle had equipment available to the average person of the early 1900's. So do I. The missing link is the mercury. I believe it had already been achieved but due to the powers to be, is hidden from public knowledge.
Are you familiar Hundredth monkey effect? I seems to have happened with people during the race for atomic energy, flight, the stone age Clovis point and many other advances. I believe more than 100 people are now aware of using mercury in vary odd applications. Here is 100 monkey effect => The story of the hundredth monkey effect was published in Lyall Watson's foreword to Lawrence Blair's Rhythms of Vision in 1975,[2] and spread with the appearance of Watson's 1979 book Lifetide. The account is that unidentified scientists were conducting a study of macaque monkeys on the Japanese island of Koshima in 1952.[3] These scientists observed that some of these monkeys learned to wash sweet potatoes, and gradually this new behavior spread through the younger generation of monkeys—in the usual fashion, through observation and repetition. Watson then concluded that the researchers observed that once a critical number of monkeys was reached, e.g., the hundredth monkey, this previously learned behavior instantly spread across the water to monkeys on nearby islands.

This story was further popularised by Ken Keyes, Jr. with the publication of his book The Hundredth Monkey. Keyes's book was about the devastating effects of nuclear war on the planet. Keyes presented the hundredth monkey effect story as an inspirational parable, applying it to human society and the effecting of positive change.[4]

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KitemanRonM23

Answer 3 years ago

Firstly, nobody refers to magnetic fields as "anti-gravity", they call them "magnetic fields".

Secondly, there is no "secret" to repelling the Earth's magnetism - any ordinary magnet that is not aligned perfectly along the earth's magnetic field (ie almost all of them) are repelling Earth's magnetic field.

The shape or strength of the field will not help you lift off the ground - the Earth's magnetic field is too weak to lift anything - 0.5 gauss, compared to the 30,000 gauss of a modern medical scanner.

Trying to lift against the earth's field would be like trying to build a tower block out of bricks, except the ground floor is actually origami...

Don't bother trying to play with mercury, all you'll do is poison yourself and the environment.

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rickharrisKiteman

Answer 3 years ago

You have been at the wacky tobacco again haven't you! :-)

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Kitemanrickharris

Answer 3 years ago

Well, it was as useful an answer as it was a question...

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steveastrouk

3 years ago

There's a limiting field, caused by the permeability of the magnet material becoming saturated with flux. The maths of working it out needs very specialist software that you are unlikely to be able to afford.

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RonM23steveastrouk

Answer 3 years ago

Thank you for attempting to take me serious. I am grateful. I knew this would be near to impossible to map out, that's why I asked. I wanted a format to present my thoughts on elector-magnets causing mercury to spin as a vortex within a closed looped system. See my response to one of the previous answers. Thanks for being serious. It is your eyes my post was intended to reach. Highest Regards RocketRonny at Juno dot com.

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Vyger

3 years ago

What does your text book say? It should be in there, all you need to do is read the assignment.

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rickharrisVyger

Answer 3 years ago

Duh should have caught that - fooled again! :-)

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rickharris

3 years ago

NSNSNSNSNSNSNSNS ?

If so the field will be some what larger/stronger then a single magnet. NOT 16 times stronger.

Explain why and what for an you may get a much clearer answer.

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Downunder35m

3 years ago

Nothing as there endless ways of attaching them.
Same for the grade of the magnets and their size.