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Magnetic reconnections - fact or faction?
« on: June 05, 2010, 10:10:28 »

Magnetic reconnections - fact or faction?



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When magnetic field lines cross and "reconnect" (through an unexplained mechanism), they are said to "detonate" with bursts of heat, light and electricity. The power from those "magnetic explosions" is thought to flow down into Earth's poles, energizing auroral colors.

Magnetic field lines cannot stretch, compress, or flap because they are no more "real" than lines of latitude and longitude: they are character symbols. A circuit schematic is no more a circuit board than magnetic field lines are a magnetic field. To say that magnetic field lines can cross, or flap, or break and reconnect is tantamount to saying that weather diagrams can produce rain.
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Magnetic reconnections theory predicts it .... totally wrong
« Reply #1 on: June 11, 2010, 18:08:39 »

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... On the other hand, it was accepted that, when the solar wind magnetic field is directed northward, magnetic reconnection does not take place and, accordingly, the solar wind is blocked by the shield of the earth’s magnetic field and veered off to the flanks. About twenty years ago, however, NASA’s ISEE 1 satellite discovered that, when the solar wind magnetic field is northward, the earth’s magnetosphere is filled with even more solar wind plasma....

... however ... the idea of magnetic reconnection is not in doubt nor any theory that came before it that helped to predict it


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The solar wind is a high-temperature corona gas released from the sun together with the solar magnetic field and fills the entire solar system. The solar wind magnetic field is affected by explosive phenomena near the solar surface, such as flares, or is deformed in the outer space. As a result, its direction at times becomes the same as that of the earth’s magnetic field and, at other times, the opposite. We already know how gaps form in the shield of the earth’s magnetic field when the solar wind magnetic field is in the opposite direction to the earth’s, i.e., southward. By a mechanism called “magnetic reconnection,” the earth’s magnetic field lines interconnect with those of the solar wind and, consequently, the solar wind particles get free access to the magnetosphere. This reconnection process is also known to be associated with solar flares or other astronomical phenomena. On the other hand, it was accepted that, when the solar wind magnetic field is directed northward, magnetic reconnection does not take place and, accordingly, the solar wind is blocked by the shield of the earth’s magnetic field and veered off to the flanks. About twenty years ago, however, NASA’s ISEE 1 satellite discovered that, when the solar wind magnetic field is northward, the earth’s magnetosphere is filled with even more solar wind plasma.
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