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Gravity is a very, very weak force. In a hydrogen molecule it pulls the two protons together with a force about 36 powers of ten weaker than the electric force between them.
Response: It can be explained. Please read until digested… science is progressive, not stagnant, thus, have an open mind. Regards. jsaldea12.2.14
The following statement was originally drafted by the Panel on Public Affairs (POPA) of the American Physical Society, in an attempt to meet the perceived need for a very short statement that would differentiate science from pseudoscience.This statement has been endorsed as a proposal to other scientific societies by the Council of the American Physical Society, and was endorsed by the Executive Board of the American Association of Physics Teachers at its meetingin Atlanta, 20 March 1999.Science is the systematic enterprise of gathering knowledge about the world and organizing and condensingthat knowledge into testable laws and theories.The success and credibility of science is anchored in the willingness of scientists to:1) expose their ideas and results to independent testing and replication by other scientists; this requires the complete and open exchange of data, procedures and materials; 2) abandon or modify accepted conclusions when confronted with more complete or reliable experimental evidence. Adherence to these principles provides a mechanism for self-correction that is the foundation of the credibilityof science.American Association of Physics Teachers
Quoted: ”It's called a Law of Nature, i.e. something that is observed to be true but which can't be explained” Response: It can be explained. Please read until digested… science is progressive, not stagnant, thus, have an open mind. Regards. jsaldea12.2.14
OK then present the mathematics that supports your point of view. My guess is you can't because you have not even studied electromagnetism. I am willing to be corrected. So there is your challenge. If you can't then your thread is not worth the waste of time in reading it. Simply saying a magnet attracts at both poles is not enough.