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A proposal is made by experimental deduction that gravity of mass is closely correlated to incoherent magnetic noise far field of quantum magnetism. If mass of matter is formed due purely Quantum EM in general attraction forces why should the attraction among atomic-molecular and macroscopic mass objects be any different? The same forces being responsible as in the quantum scale for attraction of matter but this time these are extended and scaled up in space and which have decohered into gravity. copyright © Emmanouil Markoulakis Hellenic Mediterranean University 2020. **No permission to be distributed and used in any way.**! Active publication material.
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Relation of Mass and Gravity with Incoherent Magnetism
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Relation of Mass and Gravity with Incoherent Magnetism
By Emmanouil Markoulakis Hellenic Mediterranean University 2019
Free magnets under the influence of no external forces always re orient themselves in space and attract.
Therefore we can say that the nature of magnetism is by preference an attractive force and not
repulsive. Atoms behave like tiny dipole magnets and clamp together to form a mass mess of matter
and various mass objects are formed.
Fig.1 A ball of small sphere magnets forming a mass
As you put more and more smaller spherical magnets in a ball mass for example , which is the case with
atoms in matter, where each atom acts like tiny sphere magnet and is infinitesimal small and in the
number of trillions in a small volume of mass, then incoherent magnetism effect (i.e. random magnetic
moments coming from all directions cancel out) becomes even larger and the coherent magnetism of a
mass object completely vanishes leaving only its incoherent magnetic noise field extending out in space
around the object. Thus, what we used to call gravity or else the force of attraction among mass objects
without the presence of coherent magnetism (i.e. definitive N-S magnetic dipole moment), that is...
This explains deductively why certain types matter without being magnetic (coherent magnetism) like
stone for example attracts other matter incoherently (gravity).
Gravity is the incoherent magnetic noise field of quantum matter in the far field. As any noise field it has
its source at the center, the center of gravity of any mass object.
Watch my layman’s explanation to my friend Bob about the relation of mass and gravity with incoherent
magnetism: (video 1 sphere magnets ball mass demonstration)
And also these independent source videos here: (video 2) (video 3)
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It is a well - known facet of quantum field theory that everything can be described in quantum
mechanical terms. The complex interactions between a physical system and its surroundings
(environment) disrupt the quantum mechanical nature of a system and render it classical under ordinary
observation. This process is known as quantum decoherence [1] [2].
John Hodge with his STOE model, in his Research Gate experimental preprint [3] collected evidence that
incoherent, random orientation, quantum sized magnetism decoheres at the far field into gravity.
In my Video 1, ball of small sphere magnets demonstration linked above, after I was asked about it by
John Hodge I explained to him that the magnetic moment of the ball will not increase at the far field (i.e.
at a distance at least 10 times the diameter of the ball) by putting more sphere magnets on the ball or
putting stronger magnetization sphere magnets assuming there is a substantial number of sphere magnets
on the ball to keep things random thus a large level of incoherent net magnetism.
The magnetic moment of the of the individual sphere magnets m (sph) = M (sph) V (sph), where M is the
magnetization factor and V (sph) the volume of the sphere magnet, does not matter as long you use the same
type and size magnets for making the ball mess ---> mass and you are measuring at the far field thus
keeping the (distance/dball) ≥ 10, ratio fixed when taking measurements (use a Hall magnetometer).
The volume ratio of the single sphere magnet over the volume of the whole ball mass,
decoherence coefficient, δ= V(sph)/V(ball),
Is the determining factor for producing the net magnetic moment m (ball), of the ball for the far field? Τhe
smaller δ is, the smaller the net magnetic moment of the ball gets in the far field. For a very small δ the
magnetic moment of the ball mass gets practically to zero.
The same process above is repeated at the atomic scale or molecular scale of matter. Of course the far
field for a molecule for example is far less than in my ball experiment. When polarized (coherent)
magnetism gets nullified at the far field, all what is left is incoherent magnetism or else magnetism noise
field thus gravity of mass.
However, don't expect by doing this experiment to change the weight (i.e. gravity of ball with reference to
g) of the ball for different ball-spheres configurations of the same ball volume but different sphere volume
and compensating the increase of mass due the increase of density because the smaller spheres, with the
use lighter material spheres and hoping that you will manipulate gravity of the ball mass just because you
changed macroscopically δ, for the same ball volume?
δmin coefficient is already determined at the atomic scale for each specific material by its atom volume.
Of course the weight of the material does not depend exclusively by the atomic volume but is ultimately
determined by its molecular structure and molecule volume.
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