By the way, (sticking to the status quo BS) the “the magnetic equatorial planar radii of the sun” is like the center of a bar magnet. The center of any magnet, where the poles are divided, is NEUTRAL.
[Swami: My expression is not even considered by the status quo. As for the equatorial plane, it is neutral because it contains both male/female/north/south simultaneously and initially.]
PERHAPS, the Sun creates a magnetic “bubble”. Since the Earth is in “the magnetic equatorial planar radii of the sun”, the magnetic flux lines of the Sun come straight down into the Earth in a North/South direction. Just as the flux lines on a bar magnet at the junction of the N/S poles at the center radii of the magnet, where they are parallel with the bar magnet itself.
[Swami: Yes, it does, due to the expansion and repulsion of the radiation from the radii at the equatorial plane, or "dielectric" as the author of the video uses the term, which then separate the further they move away from the solar body. Radiating radii expand and move away from each other. Some of them are male/north, and some are female/south. They move to their respective locations due to the path of least resistance being a pleasurable release of the strain they are experiencing.]
So, as the Earth MOVES in space, this movement will “cut” the magnetic flux lines of the Sun. The rotation of the Earth will cause very MINIMAL magnetic flux line cuts. When the magnetic flux lines are cut, two magnetic poles are formed and the Earth's axes would be ALIGNED WITH THE SUN, NOT WITH THE NORTH STAR.
[Swami: Yes, this is commonly called induction. But there are two things happening simultaneously. You have the radii that divide and form the planet itself, and the radii leaving the planet via the equator, which opposes the incoming radii from the solar body. This is observable in the action of comets and their tails.]
If you take a permanent magnet and you move a wire above one of its poles, the two wire ends will develop magnetic poles, that are perpendicular to the magnetic flux lines the wire cut. So, the poles are PERPENDICULAR to the magnetic flux lines. Any of them “experts” heard about the “Right hand rule”?
[Swami: No, they will develop electric poles at the ends of the wire. Unless you are talking about iron wire?]
Did anybody try to move a conductive ball (simulating the Earth), instead of a wire, across a magnet's pole, to see what happens in the ball?
The poles of the Earth are parallel with the Sun's poles, except that small tilt of the Earth, that not supposed to be there but the status quo entities have a biiig carpet and there are lotttts of things they “swept” under it.
Some claims that there is a very distant quasar and the strong magnetic field of that quasar pulls the North pole of the Earth towards it.
Again, keep in mind reader that the above is a VERY BRIEF explanation of the status quo BSSSSS.
Below, you find the REAL “stuff”, IF you can deprogram the status quo BS, they stuffed/stuff your brain with. There are much, much more links, you can learn from.
WATCH OUT READER FOR THE STATUS QUO IDIOTS, WHO ARE TRYING TO BAMBOOZLE YOU WITH THEIR FANCY PRESENTATIONS AND COMPUTER SIMULATIONS, SO YOU BOW DOWN TO THEM AND WORSHIP THEM FAKERS.
Main Entry: dielectric
Etymology: dia- + electric
: a nonconductor of direct electric current
The average total electric field acting upon a molecule or group of molecules inside a dielectric. Also known as internal dielectric field.
Diamagnetic materials have a weak, negative susceptibility to magnetic fields. Diamagnetic materials are slightly repelled by a magnetic field and the material does not retain the magnetic properties when the external field is removed. In diamagnetic materials all the electron are paired so there is no permanent net magnetic moment per atom. Diamagnetic properties arise from the realignment of the electron paths under the influence of an external magnetic field. Most elements in the periodic table, including copper, silver, and gold, are diamagnetic.
Paramagnetic materials have a small, positive susceptibility to magnetic fields. These materials are slightly attracted by a magnetic field and the material does not retain the magnetic properties when the external field is removed. Paramagnetic properties are due to the presence of some unpaired electrons, and from the realignment of the electron paths caused by the external magnetic field. Paramagnetic materials include magnesium, molybdenum, lithium, and tantalum.
Ferromagnetic materials have a large, positive susceptibility to an external magnetic field. They exhibit a strong attraction to magnetic fields and are able to retain their magnetic properties after the external field has been removed. Ferromagnetic materials have some unpaired electrons so their atoms have a net magnetic moment. They get their strong magnetic properties due to the presence of magnetic domains. In these domains, large numbers of atom's moments (1012 to 1015) are aligned parallel so that the magnetic force within the domain is strong. When a ferromagnetic material is in the unmagnitized state, the domains are nearly randomly organized and the net magnetic field for the part as a whole is zero. When a magnetizing force is applied, the domains become aligned to produce a strong magnetic field within the part. Iron, nickel, and cobalt are examples of ferromagnetic materials. Components with these materials are commonly inspected using the magnetic particle method.
"Magnetism is the dielectric field" - Magnetism Lecture part 2, time-code 16:52
So, can a magnet made with a ferromagnetic material be a dielectric? Can it have a dielectric field? If it is a conductor that can pass a direct current?
Something else is going on here, no? The author is using the incorrect label for the function and position being discussed. Form follows function. However, the author is using an alternate etymological definition of the word di-electric, meaning two electrics, or male and female. To create a field within a dielectric material, is to apply a potential across it. The authors usage of the word dielectric, to teach people with, is going to confuse. He appears to be referring to the two electrical mates across the center.
"Further still a magnet does not have poles, this is an absurdity in the extreme, since there are no Cartesian poles in any magnet, since you can take a magnet and slice it a million times, like a log of cheese, any slice will of course contain a north and south pole." - Magnetism Lecture part 2, time-code 16:54
Yes, it does have poles, because the "dielectric field" is a gradient throughout the magnet, hence when cut, each still exhibits poles. The author calls this a pressure force to their respective locations, which is also accurate. To say there are no poles, and ignore the individual dipole structure for each component is incorrect. For within each segment, there is another "dielectric", though smaller. Remember the micro to macro relationships? And this is also known as the neutral zone.
The author of the associated linked video lecture repeatedly uses the word dielectric to refer to the center and the electric half of the construct of creation. This is due to the appearance of its location within the magnetic half. This is understandable, but is missing awareness of what the center is, and the performance of the electric half.