Metal spinning within metal produces magnetism. A drive shaft becomes magnetic when it spins. The moon spinning (Orbiting) around the Earth makes the Earth Magnetic. Other Planets with moons and rings have magnetosphere. Planets with no moon or small moons have no or little magnetism. Look now at our solar system, the planets spinning around the sun makes the sun magnetic. Our solar system is one BIG magnet. This explains the missing Dark Energy so many scientists are searching for. Soon we will be able to use the magnetism of our solar system to shoot us into the cosmos when our children learn how.
This will take more studies but if it works, we may be able to leave our solar system at the speed of magnetism. How fast does one magnet repel another and at what distance does this occur? We will have no friction to slow us down.
Experiment by orbiting our sun from North to South and at the proper time turn up the mini-magnetism of the spaceship and learn what happens. Let’s not turn the magnet on with the North South the wrong way or we may splash into the sun really quick.
OH scary. Imagine the first successful attempt. Tasha9503 still has no Star Trek dampers designed in to the spaceship so I fear all the magnetically influenced parts of the spaceship going from 97,000 miles an hour to 970,000 miles an hour at a what angle, in the blink of an eye. But I also imagine the non magnetic material, ie, water, dirt, humans, continuing in the original direction at the original speed, leaving a bunch of holes in the spaceship walls, which is now far away moving with no crew.
So, our children will figure that out and will be able to leave this solar system behind. Then we begin to find the dark Matter so many scientists are searching for.
What is dark matter? The sun and stars are light matter. They burn and produce light. The planets moons and other non burning space material are dark matter. They reflect light but do not produce light. As our children move out to the nearby stars they must watch out for non lit solar system. That is, solar systems that are too small to ignite. They produce no light and are too far from burning stars to reflect enough light for our telescopes to detect. But there are an estimated 20 solar systems with non burning stars for every lit star we can see. Guess they are not called stars but they have lots of metal spinning around lots more metal producing more dark energy.
So we will leave ALL that for the next generation to figure out. This generation just has to get off this beautiful planet so they can figure it out.
Once our children figure out how to use the magnetism of our solar system to throw us into the cosmos, they can begin learning how to use the magnetism of our galaxy to shoot us towards the next galaxy. Now we are talking many generations in the future. Let’s study several thousands of star systems in this galaxy up close before heading off to the next galaxy. But first, let this generation stick to studying, our solar system. We must learn to utilize the Asteroids and cosmic dust to our best ability. We must get off this beautiful planet or join the dinosaurs, where ever they may be.