Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Letters of Curiosity

I received this letter.
Thanks for reading my work.

6/11/13

Dear Aaron,

         My name is Fenton Doolan, I've been teaching Science for the past twenty years in Australia and overseas. I have a BSc in Biochemistry but lately have been more interested in Physics. I have been researching Einstein's theory of relativity in particular his ideas about space-time. To me his theory seems more like science fiction than a plausible scientific theory. As I have become more interested I've researched more and more. I came across the following Youtube clip which explains an unusual magnetic phenomena. When I saw this clip I came up with the following theory concerning what causes the moon to orbit the earth. No it's not due to a gravitational attraction between the two and no it's not due to a curvature in space-time. The moon orbits the Earth due to a magnetic attraction. This magnetic attraction is explained in the Youtube clip.


I believe the Earth is acting as an inverter magnet. The movement of molten rock inside the Earth and its iron core act like the large central magnet and deposits of iron ore (magnetite) under the Earth's surface are acting like the small satellite magnets in the clip. I read on the NASA website that the Earth's magnetic field has been weakening since 1850. I wonder if that is due to mining of iron ore over the last 163 years ? My theory would also suggest that the sun acts like a gigantic inverter magnet which the planets are magnetically attracted to. At school we learn about Our Solar System maybe we should be learning about Our Magnetic Solar System. I am not a physicist or an expert in magnetism. I am just a high school science teacher interested in understanding the universe.  What do you think about my theory? I know it’s a very simple concept but I think that often in science we often disregard the obvious and try to over-complicate ideas and theories.

Thanks,

Fenton Doolan ( High School Science Teacher )

Dear Fenton,
Thanks again for reading this model. I agree, we should be searching for magnetic anomalies within our area of influence. What we are learning about magnetism is improving. Within the "Standard Vibration Model" this phenomena is not dismissed. The magnets are aligning themselves. With molys that alteration is small. So +1/-1 charge is opposite to the one above it. Each disk magnet produces a torus. In this case the top magnet's torus is squashed against the bottom magnet's torus. With an asymptote at 0 it is not possible for the two sets (Ring and disk) to meet or exceed a certain distance, unless the direction of fields changes. You have to bend one magnet out of the other

The Sun has a molten Iron surface. We can see Iron tsunamis on the Sun's surface. Then the planets are ordered by density, not mass. Irons, (Iron, rock, Nickel...), Gasses, Ices...

This is by far one of the most important new (to me) observation. Thank you

Aaron Guerami

1 comment:

Aaron Guerami said...

Dear Fenton. Your theory is sound( magnetically speaking) as far as I can tell. We get to figure out the ratios that cause anomalies.

Hi Aaron,
I've made a slight update to my theory which now explain how the sunspots act like the small magnets in the clip. Do you think I'm onto something that might change our understanding of our solar system and the universe? I could probably add Physics to take as well. Thanks for putting my letter on your website. I've sent my theory to NASA and a few Professors none have replied.

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Dear Aaron,

My name is Fenton Doolan, I've been teaching Science for the past twenty years

in Australia and overseas. I have a BSc in Biochemistry but lately have been more interested in Physics. I have been researching Einstein's theory of relativity in particular his ideas about space-time. To me his theory seems more like science fiction than a plausible scientific theory. As I have become more interested I've researched more and more. I came across the following Youtube clip which explains an unusual magnetic phenomena. When I saw this clip I came up with the following theory concerning what causes the moon to orbit the earth. No it's not due to a gravitational attraction between the two and no it's not due to a curvature in space-time. The moon orbits the Earth due to a magnetic attraction.

This magnetic attraction is demonstrated in the Youtube clip.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LyvfDzRLsiU ( 3 mins )

I believe the Earth is acting like an inverter magnet. The movement of molten rock/iron inside the Earth and its solid iron core act like the large central magnet and deposits of iron ore (magnetite) under the Earth's surface are acting like the small satellite magnets in the clip. I read on the NASA website that the Earth's magnetic field has been weakening since 1850. I wonder if that is due to mining of iron ore over the last 163 years ? My theory would also suggest that the sun acts like a gigantic inverter magnet as well, which the planets are magnetically attracted to.

Sunspot in photosphere - The suns internal magnet- inner magnet satellite magnets in clip. in clip.

At school we learn about Our Solar System maybe we should be learning about Our Magnetic Solar System. I am not a physicist or an expert in magnetism. I am just a high school science teacher interested in understanding the universe. I know it’s a very simple concept but I think that often in science we disregard the obvious and try to over-complicate ideas and theories. Also, it is not everyday a theory would try to disprove both Newton and Einstein.

Thanks,

Fenton Doolan ( High School Science Teacher )

Dear Fenton,
Please the comment section for further interaction. It is just easier for me to format and post.

Thanks for your curiosity,

On a personal note. I walked into my High School Physics class, Picked up a piece of chalk and E cannot equal mc2 because a vector * a scalar is still a vector. He sent me to the Dean's office with a note stating to have me removed from the class.

The internet will destroy models within 10 years. I like the fact that this model is based on ratios and not constants.

Thank you
Aaron