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There is a difference between the weights in weighing a strong magnet from different poles directions . why is it ?

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There is a difference between the weights  in weighing a strong magnet from different poles
directions . why is it ?

It is not  from polarization ( because that polarization only increases the weight from every direction and doesn’t shows any difference between the weights)

 nor from earth magnetic field (because the earth magnetic applies Torque  and not Single force).

(I think and sure that it is gravitational ).@amr 

Closed as per community consensus as the post is low-level/unclear.
asked Sep 24, 2015 in Closed Questions by seyedmm (-10 points) [ no revision ]
recategorized Sep 25, 2015 by dimension10

It is not clear what this question is asking (if anything), voting to close.
 

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There is a difference between the weights  in weighing a strong magnet from different poles
directions . why is it ?

It is not  from polarization ( because that polarization only increases the weight from every direction and doesn’t shows any difference between the weights)

 nor from earth magnetic field (because the earth magnetic applies Torque  and not Single force).

(I think and sure that is gravitational ans have an idea that is not only is proven practically , but also explains the Black hole ionic eruption.

the idea is  clearly explain in an article )

answered Sep 24, 2015 by seyedmohammad mohammadi [ no revision ]




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