From: Robin Faichney (email@example.com)
Date: Thu 27 Oct 2005 - 08:53:42 GMT
Wednesday, October 26, 2005, 8:06:27 AM, Dace wrote:
> From a material standpoint nothing mediates the mutual attraction or
> repulsion of objects as a result of either gravity or magnetism. This is
> why the field is postulated, in order to account for the undeniable reality
> of such long-range effects. No field of physics has ever been detected.
> Rather, it is *deduced.* The strength of a field must be calculated on the
> basis of abstract equations, not read off from a meter that directly
> measures it.
I recently used something called a "field strength meter" to measure
microwave radiation around my house. (I live within 120m of a mast
with several arrays.) Regarding magnetism, I have a very handy device
called a compass. Let me know when you have such things for your fields.
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