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stars aren't the strongest magnets, black holes are.
WAT

gravity and magnetism are not the same thing
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who ever wrote that clearly does know that magnets no matter how strong will NOT erase data from any magnetic media because i tried it with a credit card (with neodymium magnets for several hours) and nothing happened it still worked and the same with hard drives USB flash drives cheap watches (analog and digital) and all of them still worked fine the only thing thats right there is the CRT monitor magnets and CRT is like chalk and cheese and everyone knows that
so because you used one type of maganet is automatically assumes that EVERY magnet is just as strong?

every put a credit card next to an MRI? Its toast.

ever seen someone hold a wrech up to an MRI with a string, he has to lean at a 45 degree angle to hold it away from it.

there are more powerful magnets then neodymium.
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WAT

gravity and magnetism are not the same thing
LOL, you're avatar goes perfect with this...
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have you ever tried to pull apart 2 neodymium magnets? its not easy.
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who ever wrote that clearly does know that magnets no matter how strong will NOT erase data from any magnetic media because i tried it with a credit card (with neodymium magnets for several hours) and nothing happened it still worked and the same with hard drives USB flash drives cheap watches (analog and digital) and all of them still worked fine the only thing thats right there is the CRT monitor magnets and CRT is like chalk and cheese and everyone knows that
More research is always good It doesn't matter how strong the magnet is to do damage to certain devices, it's the repetition that causes the damage. You would need to rub the magnet on the credit cards like around 40-50 times back and forth and go to mcdonalds and try to use it Google and you can easily find such reports if you're still in doubt.
    
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so because you used one type of maganet is automatically assumes that EVERY magnet is just as strong?

every put a credit card next to an MRI? Its toast.

ever seen someone hold a wrech up to an MRI with a string, he has to lean at a 45 degree angle to hold it away from it.

there are more powerful magnets then neodymium.
i know and i should of said that in the post but i was talking about natural magnets not electro
    
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will they still stick to my fridge?
rofl!!!!!!
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WAT

gravity and magnetism are not the same thing
"Black holes are known for their strong gravitational tugs, but gravity alone isn't enough to send matter tumbling into the center of one."

http://www.space.com/2518-magnetic-f...ack-holes.html
    
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"Black holes are known for their strong gravitational tugs, but gravity alone isn't enough to send matter tumbling into the center of one."

http://www.space.com/2518-magnetic-f...ack-holes.html
oh i see you can google the words "black hole magnet" very nicely.

maybe you would keep reading that "you are feeling lucky" google hit you posted
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The spinning gas generates its own magnetic field, and this field powers a "wind" of charged particles blowing away from the black hole.

The wind, which Chandra detected, transfers angular momentum from the inner regions of the disk outward. This slows down some of the spinning gas, allowing it to fall onto the black hole. [Click here for an animation.]

The magnetic field also causes turbulence and friction to build up within the disk. The friction heats up the gas to millions of degrees, causing it to glow brilliantly in the ultraviolet and X-ray bands.
again, black holes are not big magnets.
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1. Special Operations COMmand =SOCOM, Delta force, navy seals, Forced recon, etc.

2. The American penny is made of steel with Copper plating so it would smack a strong magnet pretty good

3.Black holes or Quantum singularities are not a very large star, they are a very large star that has been swallowed up by it's own heavy gravity field, squeezing it down to the smallest particle of matter a Quantum singularity, what we see in a telescope is the event horizon, this is the point of no return for all matter including light and since light is none magnetic Black holes are not magnets

Newtonian physics as well as Einsteins theory of relativity deal with large scale and gravity
stars and planets
quantum mechanics and Einsteins special theory are small scale governed mostly by magnetism

thus we have the two nuclear forces, strong and weak
Edited by slickwilly - 3/18/11 at 1:02pm
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