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Topic: Chapt15.35 explaining Space from Maxwell Equations #1102 New Physics
#1222 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed

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Jos Bergervoet

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Re: Chapt15.35 explaining Space from Maxwell Equations #1102 New
Physics #1222 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed

Posted: Dec 21, 2012 6:51 PM
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On 12/21/2012 6:38 PM, Larry Harson wrote:
> On Dec 21, 7:27 am, Jos Bergervoet <> wrote:
>> On 12/21/2012 8:22 AM, benj wrote:
>>> On Thu, 20 Dec 2012 22:09:17 -0800, Archimedes Plutonium wrote:
>>>> you take the motion of the magnet and the motion of the monopoles of
>>>> Space and transfered that energy to the electron in the wire and caused
>>>> it to move.

>>> ARchie this is so idiotic it's not even wrong. No monopoles. Magnetic
>>> fields let alone "monopoles" don't induce currents in wires. And space
>>> doesn't transmit magnetic monopoles like a swarm of bees. You are living
>>> in a fairytale land.

>>> Will SOMEONE please censor this guy as a crackpot?
>>> *I* am the official crackpot here!

>> Those are very wise words. Can't Google do something
>> about it?!

> To be fair to him, this is one of his better posts in
> sci.physics.electromag

You mean benj?! Yes it was a good post..

> ... because at least he's talking about Faraday's
> law and moving magnets, and he is asking a question at the end of his
> full post. So there's scope to at least discuss his points with him.

Yes! Who is the official crackpot of this newsgroup?
That is a matter of some importance, surely.

> It's on topic in sci.physics.electromag but not in sci.math and
> sci.chem,

Of course! (Those other groups have their own official
crackpots, presumably..)


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