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Re: [forcefieldpropulsionphysics] A sort of story time in physics] Steven Rado's Aethro-kinematics

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  • Arkadiusz Jadczyk
    ... Well, where is the basis of this statement? Exactly which exact facts suggest it? Are we talking of two simultaneous magnetic fields, or of stored effects
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      On 3 Dec 2000, at 8:04, John Berry wrote:


      > > Another apparent clue is that they don't seen to merge but two magnetic
      > > fields at 90 degrees do not create one magnetic field at 45 degrees but two
      > > separate magnetic fields, or so it seems if you look at saturation. I would
      > > like to know others take on any evidence agreeing or disagreeing with this
      > > one.

      Well, where is the basis of this statement? Exactly which exact facts
      suggest it? Are we talking of two simultaneous magnetic fields, or of stored
      effects of two magnetic fields that existed at different times?

      ark

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