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Kinkajou Profile Kinkajou : Sticky Beak Stuff.
If photons travel in straight lines, how can the earth have curved magnetic fields?

Erasmus Profile Erasmus : The answer of course is that the earth’s magnetic field is a composite formed by a number of photons.


Some photons have higher energy and travel straight out in a direction dictated by internal flows of ferromagnetic materials within the earth.

Some photons have medium wavelengths which sort of are straight eventually.

Some magnetic photons have a wavelength equivalent to the diameter of the planet.

Adding these together:

Earth's Magnetic Field Earth's Magnetic Field

Erasmus Profile Erasmus : The Quantum World: One to One: No Dilution

If each atom generates one particle of gravity, at what distance would planet earth have one “graviton” particle per mm2.

Mass of Earth 6 x 1024 kg
Predominantly iron: so mass = 55.8g per 6x10E23 atoms
Giving 6 x 10E24/.558 > moles of atoms
Giving 6 x 10E24/.558 *6x1023 = 6.5 x10E48 atoms

Area of a sphere is 4.Pi. r2.
So if we want a particle per mm2, adjust by x106 to covert square metres to square millimetres.
4x3.14* r2 x106 mmsq >> 6.5 x10E48  atoms
Therefore dividing r2 >> 5.2 x 10E 41 atoms/mmsq  note r is still in metres, though we are working to calculate a particle per each square millimetre.
r = 7.2 x 10E20 m
A light year is 3 x10E8 x 365 x 24x3600 metres= 9.46 x10E15
So the distance at which there would be one “graviton” per square mm resulting from earth’s attraction is:
7.2 x 10E20 m / 9.46 x10E15

This gives:
7.61 x 10E4 light years.
Pretty impressive for one small planet.

Kinkajou Profile Kinkajou : There is one big problem with this type of calculation. It has very little interaction with reality. And Space in x3DT spacetime does not exist. Hence quantum effects from paired electrons or photons are simultaneous and bypass the speed of light.

Erasmus Profile Erasmus : In reality every single particle on our planet interacts with every single particle of a planet say even several thousand light years away.

One to One always.

So if there are
6.5 x10E48 atoms in our planet and 6.5 x10E48 atoms in the other planet there will be 4.2 x 10E96  interactions occurring.
The number of interactions depends simply on the number of atoms. The strength of the interactions however does depend on the laws of 3DT spacetime which says that “proximity” matters.

Earth In Milky Way Galaxy
Earth In Milky Way Galaxy

Erasmus Profile Erasmus : In short each atom on our planet interacts to some extent with every piece of matter within 7.61 x 104 light years.

Dilutional effects do not occur with the interactions.

They do occur with the calculated final force equivalent effects involved.