Wednesday, 9 March 2016

107) “Ring magnets of the kind found in loudspeakers have a central North pole with the opposite “South” pole actually being all points along the outer circumference. This perfectly demonstrates the magnetism of our flat Earth, whereas the alleged source of magnetism in the ball-Earth model is emitted from a hypothetical molten magnetic core in the center of the ball which they claim conveniently causes both poles to constantly move thus evading independent verification at their two “ceremonial poles.” In reality the deepest drilling operation in history, the Russian Kola Ultradeep, managed to get only 8 miles down, so the entire ball-Earth model taught in schools showing a crust, outer-mantle, inner-mantle, outer-core and inner-core layers are all purely speculation as we have never penetrated through beyond the crust.”

Incomprehension of the model

Sitting on a ring magnet would produce the exact same effect that Mr. Dubay wrongly expects to happen on a globe (see#108):

Compass needles wouldn't be pointing north or south, but straight up in the air.

Oh, and concerning the fact that we never have "penetrated through beyond the crust": That is absolutely true. However, hearing your flatmate have loud sex in the neighboring room doesn't require you to penetrate through the wall, does it? You kind of get the idea of what is going on without having a need to go there and look. Radio & geiger counters do the exact same thing. When there's an earthquake, they can tell us where there's something going on, where the shock waves go, how fast and strong they are and how they dissipate.
Conducting experiments of our own that reproduce the expected conditions that correlate with our "observations" and thus enabling ourselves to make working predictions, can establish quite a sound model of what is actually happening down there..

I just made geophysics sound really sexy, didn't I..?  :-)

Magnets, how do they work?

Let's start with the core model. I know from signal analysis that part of the evidence going is essentially earthquake transmission. There is quite a long story.

As for ring magnets, yes, you can make ring magnets that have a dipole moment that is a radial vector. You can also have one with the cylindrical z-vector. It's probably possible to have one with the polar vector, at that.

Now,  does that mean their 'model', which hasn't been presented, ever, is a better one?

No, not really. For instance, because the field lines would be measurably different from that of the earth model.

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