More than just Electromagnetism

If you guys haven’t guessed it yet, technology is one of my many obsessions. Used poorly, technology could rip the world asunder. Used properly, technology can provide the all too illusive Utopian existence for us all.

I’ve mentioned some pretty advanced technologies on this blog so far, but as there are no special requests in other topics yet, I’d like to revisit some root elements of today’s technology like electromagnetism. So, here is an article on the research I did to do just that.



One of the great achievements of science was merging electricity and magnetism into the theory of electromagnetism. —

Electromagnetism is the creation of electricity by passing a magnet through a series of coiled wires repeatedly. —

Electromagnetism is a balanced combination of electricity and magnetism. —

In electromagnetism, the basic source of all the forces is the charge in the electron. —

Human use of electromagnetism for power and communications has produced an abnormal electromagnetic environment unlike anything that existed before. —

The universe is a hologram of electromagnetism flowing from plus energy to minus energy in space and time. —

Electromagnetism is pulse rates upon which energy vibrates. —

Electromagnetism was discovered by the Danish scientist Oersted. —


Electromagnetism and gravity are two different forces. —

Both gravitation and electromagnetism are propagated with the speed of light. —

In summary, there are two long-range forces in the Universe, electromagnetism and gravity. —

Gravity is much weaker than electromagnetism, yet gravity dominates in the realm of astronomical distances. —

Gravitational Radiation is to gravity what light is to electromagnetism. —

Gravity is a much weaker force than electromagnetism. —


Gravity is one of the four fundamental forces of nature along with weak nuclear forces, strong nuclear forces and electromagnetism. —

The four forces, gravity, electromagnetism, weak nuclear, and strong nuclear forces can be viewed as music. —

The four forces are gravity, electromagnetism, the strong, and the weak nuclear forces. —

There are four fundamental forces, namely gravity, electromagnetism, the weak nuclear force and the strong nuclear force. —

If electromagnetism and the weak force can be combined, can we do the same with the strong force and gravity. —

Regular neutrinos are immune to electromagnetism and the strong nuclear force, feeling only the weak nuclear force and gravity. —


The rules of electromagnetism are responsible for the way charged particles of atoms interact. —

Electromagnetism and gravity produce significant forces at macroscopic scales where the effects can be seen directly in every day life. —

In particle physics, photons are responsible for electromagnetic force. —

Electromagnetism to the rescue With fusion we are talking about temperatures so high that all materials are gaseous plasma. —

Electromagnetism is the physical phenomenon associated with the theory of electrodynamics. —

Bosons are the carriers or forces like electromagnetism and gravity, which hold the bricks of our universe together. —

The use of electromagnetism as a source of power holds great hope as a replacement for fossil fuels that are harmful to the environment. —

In recognition of his contributions to the theory of electromagnetism, the international unit of magnetic induction is known as the gauss. —

For Electromagnetism the force carrier is the Photon. —

The principles of electromagnetism come alive when a magnet is rotated, using kinetic energy, inside the generator. —

There are different types of magnetism that include electromagnetism, ferromagnetism, paramagnetism, and diamagnetism. —

Electromagnetism Electricity and magnetism are closely related. —

Electromagnetism is the force responsible for lightning and carrying electricity into our homes. —

Electromagnetism When a wire is moved in a magnetic field, the field induces a current in the wire. —

The theoretical implications of electromagnetism led to the development of special relativity by Albert Einstein in 1905. —

Ions and molecules are invisible portions of the electromagnetism present throughout the entire universe. —

Light is inherently associated with electromagnetism. —

From falling balls to an electric shock, gravity and electromagnetism are the forces we experience daily. —

One of the pinnacles of nineteenth-century physics is the theory of electromagnetism developed by the Scottish physicist James Clerk Maxwell. —

Gravity and electromagnetism can be called organizing principles that arrange matter in different ways. —


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