Magnetic universe

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.


  1. Could you be more spe­cific regard­ing what infor­ma­tion you were search­ing for that you found here at

  2. This is the accu­mu­la­tion of 25 years of study, all revolv­ing around humans mov­ing to the Aster­oid Belt to mine smelt and man­u­fac­ture liv­ing accom­mo­da­tions on loca­tion. To make a profit, the same space­ships were designed to be used as HotelsIn­Space here at Earth, so we can pay back the investors like you who Subscribe.

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