Mechanics / Electrodynamics
November 12, 2017
1) It can be demonstrated experimentally that interaction between magnetostatic fields for which both poles geometrically coincide obeys the inverse cube law of attraction and repulsion with distance (far fields interaction law) which proves by similarity that localized (in the sense of behaving as if they were point-like) electromagnetic elementary particles must obey the same interaction law since both of their own magnetic poles have to coincide with each other by structure, given their point-like behaviour. 2) As a corollary, and contrary to electric dipoles whose two aspects (opposite sign charges) can be separated in space and observed separately, it can also be demonstrated that both aspects of magnetic dipoles whose poles coincide can be separated only in time, which characteristic highlights the fact that point-like elementary electromagnetic particles can magnetically interact only as if they were physical magnetic monopoles at any given moment. 3) The related cyclic polarity reversal of the magnetic aspect of elementary electromagnetic particles such as electrons, quarks up and quarks down and of their carrying energy brings a new and very interesting explanation to the reason why electrons cannot crash on their own onto nuclei despite electrostatic attraction by demonstrating that magnetic interaction between nuclei and electronic escort can only be repulsive.
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