a plasma arc inside a vacuum being squished at extreme pressure with magnetism seems promising.
gravity and magnetism are closely related and fairly complex. but in a it nut shell this is my simple idea.
gravity affected by magnetism and perhaps even so gravity is the source for electron alignment in some materials, we can influence magnetism with electricity because it is the source of electricity.
this is the idea, in magnetic objects you can reverse the poles. could we not do the same to atoms wit magnetism someow? there by creating antimatter/anti-gravity from atomic pole reversal some how align the protons and electrons and force them together some how(magnetism) and exert energy on them to cause a pole reversal?
For me, it is far better to grasp the Universe as it really is than to persist in delusion, however satisfying and reassuring. ~Carl Sagan
but i think of it this way, the gravity field in matter reacts with the gravity fields in other matter to create a web of gravity fields and depending on the way these gravitational fields cross affect magnetism thus, magnetic polarity is created.
i wont lie after 4 years(5?maybe?)my weed has begun to change from "home grown" to that "calli" i was buying now im growing and smoking but in all seriousness if you know better and have the time, then educate me.
Otherwise a demonstration of reducing or directing gravity would already be in the books ... cn
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I can say this, if you have a concept leading to grav-magnets, it would be very welcomed. Or mag-gravnet...I haven't decided which term I like.
The very strange thing about these two phenomena is the incredible difference in "strength." The refrigerator magnet easily defeats the Earth gravity against the paper clip.
It's orders of magnitude. 10 times or 10 x 10, like that. Also, as two objects get farther apart, the gravity between them goes down by a factor of four when you double the distance, but the magnetism goes down by (at least) a factor of eight.
Perhaps if the field, like the Electo Magnetic field is identified, the Higgs field, then we might be able say how these are related. I'll say what I think, most simple, and backed up by what we know. Magnets effect metallic matter, but matter effects space. Gravity may be gradients in the density of space. Hard to say.
Last edited by Doer; 09-10-2012 at 06:47 PM.
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personally i agree with you Doer in the simplistic veiw but there is more to it that we dont understand. i think magnetism is a specialty type of gravity or a reaction to gravity in certain types of matter (metals and rare earth magnets) because of the atoms nucleus structure and in relation to the atomic forces.
of course im just pondering.
I appreciate you and CN for being reasonable and actually taking the thought into hypothetical consideration.
I just managed to give my door key a negative gravitational charge.
Unfortunately I forgot to attach a tether and now I'm locked out.
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