Magnetic “Monopoles”

RECIPROCAL SYSTEM DATABASE Status Report: An Aperiodic Blog

So the scientists have created a synthetic “monopole”; they have not discovered a natural monopole. In the Reciprocal System, an atom has two rotating systems, and so a magnetically-charged atom actually has two orthogonal charges, one on each rotating system. Subatoms have one rotating system, so where feasible, they can take one magnetic charge. A magnetic charge is a two-dimensional rotational vibration in the Reciprocal System, and so even a single charge would have two poles, N and S. So a natural monopole is not possible, although a monocharge is.

Study the Reciprocal System and prove it for yourself.

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