Main Project Papers
This study is written in event sequence order, that is it starts at the beginning with dark energy and works its way through creation of atoms, linking of atoms, bonding of molecules and so on with all the information you need to know to get a thorough understanding of how magnets work.
You may not particularly want to go through all these stages, maybe you just want to know about magnets. In which case you may want to start with the last chapter. Then if there are things you need more clarity on, you can work your way backwards to the beginning.
This is written in plain English so you wont need a degree in complex stuff to understand it. See the Extra pages about asking questions and contact.
Part 0 - Project Introduction -:- A short introduction to why this project came about and ways that you should approach reading it.
Part 1 - The Beginning -:- Discovering what energy is and understanding about this basic unit of the universe, prime energy. How this energy forms structures of matter and the universe.
Part 2 - Dimensional Space -:- How sub atomic particles are created, form into strings then form dimensional space. Details of the dynamics within sub atomic particles and how they form solid three dimensional matter, the atom.
Part 3 - The Structure of the Atom -:- Details of the forces generated within the atom. How elements of matter interact with sub atomic particles to combine and form larger complex elements.
Part 4 - Sub Atomic Interfacing -:- The dynamic relationship atoms have with sub atomic particles and the atoms ability to use these particles to bond together into large atoms. How energy conduits between atoms allow the formation of molecules.
Part 5 - Gravity -:- Where gravity comes from and how it builds up with mass and its interplay with high energy particles. The forces controlling gravity planetary movements.
Part 6 - Magnetism -:- Where planetary magnetism comes from and why it has polarity. Why this is significant in the solar system and in magnetism.
Part 7 - Making Magnets -:- Why some materials are magnetic and how we use these properties to construct magnets and why this makes magnets work in the way they do.
In Conclusion - A final word about this project and future additional works
Extras - Summery - Supplementary Files - PDF downloads - Contact and Questions
Main Index ŠA. J. Kemp - 2005 - May 2012