## LINEAR MAGNETIC FORCE

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1. In a magnitude that spans formations of movement over and upon nature's general motion, is a force called "magnetic." An invisible array of lines that extend themselves by specific formations, lines made up of countless many atoms lending their orbital movement as wheels into a line of motion that is transposed at the speed of light.

2. It is amazing that these lines are so able to conduct themselves at such high rate of speed.  But then we must consider how it is a waveform, a coordinate rather than something material, which proceeds at that velocity.

3. For likewise with the so-called stationary lines of magnetic force in its half-wave formation the entity on the move is a "coordinate riding on the "constant".

4. Meaning, the pulse or alignment instigated at the wheels whose natural given velocity is what is called "the constant" an unwavering speed of 300.000 km/sec.  Or at least assumed at that rate of speed.

5. The reason I refer to magnetic force as "linear" magnetic force is because there is a need to distinguish regular magnetic force from that magnetic force which is electrical, or any other that may come under reference.

6. The lines of regular magnetic force are for all practical purposes linear in formation, while those of electrical force by contrast are angular in the way they operate.

7. It is therefore that I termed electrical current as "angular" magnetic force, and added the term "linear" to the standard formation.

8. The figure eight (Figure 11-1) is basic for all linear force, and any object that inhibits the full figure eight may be said to be a magnet.  While an object, which has only an extension of the said force, not the full figure eight, cannot be said to be a magnet, to have the entity as such.

9. When a magnet is broken in half, it will restructure itself into two separate force entities, each one seeking its equilibrium in the material formation of the object.  This breakdown can continue until the parts become too small for the component factors of a magnetic entity to subsist.

10. In order to define the force of magnetic, we must explain motions and directions of motion, and how they maintain their coordinate upon the molecular structure of the compound materials.  A magnetic force cannot be on just any substance or compound substance, even though the extension of the force may pass through many substances.

11. A piece of steel drawn to a magnet, does not contain "the entity of the force of magnetic", but is merely conducting an extension thereof.  Steel has a composition the structure of which is such that it is able to lock-on to the lines of magnetic force, which by contrast is not so with a bar of copper.  This is due to a factor called "components".

1. A wavelengths of light may pass right by atoms and or molecules, magnetic force on the other hand is a "greater then" force, or as I might put it, a greater system operating upon more local systems rather than coming near to anything as basic as atoms and molecules.  These local systems are what I termed "component" factors that cannot be drawn on just any substance.

2. A specific molecular structure is required for them to operate within.  Most grades of steel now have that structural necessity, copper does not, while lodestone has an even more refined structure wherein the magnetic coordinate may be locked so as to be permanent (example: natural magnets).

3. An example may be given by illustration  figure 11-2, the block being the molecular structure, the triangle the component factor which in itself is like a smaller system by which the greater system is able to formulate itself.  To be such a local system, the compound structure must lend itself to the complexity thereof.

The 3M component

1. Reference figure 11-3:  I cannot at this time supply you with a full detail on the design and operation of the 3M component, except in principle.  I then behold a triangle in four perspectives equaling to a seven, which is the coordinate required within which linear magnetic force may be drawn and retained.

2. This component has three main drives resulting from a four-point layout.  We may liken this to four local molecules by which a coordinate of movement is set forth having three drives, three points from which power and motivation may be supplied.

3. The greater (overall) force of magnetic proceeds over only two of these three points at any one time, the third serving as reactance.

4. The greater force thus passes by points P and Q, S serving to join with R in reactance, and as the lead in providing "curvature".  For it is "curvature" which is one of the unique points of this component.  Without this essential factor to CURVATURE the entity of linear magnetic force to hold things would not be possible.

5. Movement of waves always proceeds by straight lines, and the impulse of alignment would likewise travel by a straight line.  As therefore linear magnetic force sends forth its inducement at the speed of light, the lines would not come to trace that familiar figure of eight if it were not for the essential "curvature" prompted by its component factors.

1. In principle, point S with Sx serves two purposes, one of which is to "lock" the flow of motion unto the molecular structure formation, which of course is in conjunction with P and Q.  Secondly, S and Sx as a single point joined to P, R, and Q, and adjust itself to serve according to the curvature implied upon it.

2. This is best understood where the greater line of 3M force is to pass over three of the four points of power, while only two present power, the third (S) locking the line.

3. In this fashion the many different angles of curvature that exist within any one magnetic entity of force is assured.  The versatility of this component to draw curvature at any implied angle is thus a marvelous innovation seeing how any and every magnetic field has curves from small at its core to greater and greater circulars.

4. The lines extended from the sun that pass Pluto require minimum curvature, while those upon the surface of the earth are much more acute.  Another presentation may be seen at the sun, beholding the magnetic curvature in the fiery lines of a solar flare, and knowing that such lines of force pass beyond the very reaches of it farthest planet.

5. Each of these then is drawn to perfection with the greatest of ease by the implied coordinate.  Components are also paired, one side providing power into one direction, while its partner serves movement into a direction opposite thereto.

6.   As I now place these things on paper, I wonder how the world of science will react to such insight knowledge.  If at all they give me credit for knowledge, of this part no doubt they will say: "How can we tell whether he is right?  We have never heard such things or even the likes thereof.

7. Still I do not believe that I speak these things in vain, but for the benefit of men yet to come, wherefore also I shall continue a bit on the prospect of component factors.

8. Since it seems imperative that components are in pairs, why did I not term the two components A and B as one component?  I however have my reasons for it, but they are as yet difficult to substantiate.

9. The two are in all respect identical, each one as were it one.  I would greatly enjoy the comprehension how these components are situated upon the molecular structures upon which they are locked and freely to turn.

10. And again, in what way, form, and shape they relate to one another as were the component of a single nature with the structure.  And when all that is digested, how the component of the inclination of gravity has its formation so very well rounded in this nature of nature.  For as I see it, I am just barely beginning to understand the things for which my soul craves.

11. Thus I pointed out that magnetic lines of force do not pass just anywhere, but as I mentioned it utilizes components for its coordinate structure.  Outside of the body then in which it thrives, within which we call it to be an entity, the extensions of force proceeds by the same curvature.

12. This in turn suggests that all substances are drawn in some format of the component factor even though these substances lack the molecular structure formation to lock onto the lines which it nonetheless conducts by the induced and implied curvature.

13. We then after having acquired a good knowledge of fundamentals should realize that if this were not so, there would not be a need for gravitational force, the magnetic force drawing "all" substances to itself.

14. Another feature of the triangular component is their versatility to turn at any degree.  Assuming component A horizontally, component B can then turn if need be to a vertical position.  This is not to convey that the components are two dimensional, on the contrary they are as three dimensional as their greater coordinate is, the turn would thus be a twist in their wave formation.

15. Another feature is that any one point of the triangle is like the other, wherefore any one point can serve the role of any of its partners.  The flow of movement of each of them when paired is essentially the figure eight of force.

16. And so the 3M component has many excellent features, the most unique of which is "curvature".  The versatility of this curvature enabling magnets to exist in seemingly any dimension to the high end but limited at the low end.

17. If we cared to envision the avenues of movement open to magnetic lines of force within just a single cubic foot of air or any substance, we would behold a network of highways and connecting intersections that would make our freeway systems and overpasses nothing in comparison.

To induce a figure eight

1. To produce a magnet is to produce a figure eight of force upon a suitable compound structure.  The means by which this may be brought about is to provide a circular motion together with a linear at right angle thereto (Figure 11-4).

2. Electrical current then is just such an entity with these motions.  And steel or iron are suitable structures for the 3M component factors to both lock themselves within such structures, and to hold the lines of the induced magnetic field.

3. We ought to realize by now that there are no such things as "domains" within a bar of steel that turn to align by an inducement.  Nor do individual atoms or molecules align after the "greater" (overall) lines of force; instead they align after a local formation which in turn serves the greater lines.

4. The evidence of this is obvious in the fact that most substances are not drawn to the center of the earth by magnetic force but by a gravitational force.

5. If individual atoms served the lines of overall magnetic directly, then all substance would be susceptible to the attraction which is so familiar with a piece of steel and a magnet to which it is drawn magnetically.

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Leonard