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April 12th, 2015, 10:27 PM   #1
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Floppy disks, tapes, and magnetic cards in your wallet - the new silicon

Electronics use both sides of electromagnetism, electricity and magnetism which each create the other at right angles and, like fourier^4 wraps around to equal itself, a magnetic field cubed equals an electric field, or half way around resists itself and pushes/pulls symmetricly aka gravity, which is what happens when your speaker vibrates. It falls forward and backward really fast as gravity changes. The down direction changes because electricity pushed on it through a wire.

Floppy disks, tapes, and magnetic cards in your wallet, and of course hard drives, are all magnetic storage devices.

What the tech industry doesnt realize yet, or only a few of them, is since printing direction of magnetism is a mature tech, magnetism could be printed at angles in these devices which form circuits, especially statistical or wave based circuits. These circuits are like wires which magnetic field moves through, same as it does through a magnet with 2 different coils wrapped around it to voltage transform. What moves around that circular magnet is what would move through these circuits.

Dont throw away that old bank card. Print circuits on it. Or store files in it. Or make a card that hacks into card readers at stores to make them think its a different numbers in it depending on what time of day it is or anything a computer can do, not that I'd do that but just saying its possible.

How about magnetic telescopes? A circular piece of this stuff which magnetism is printed at some angle like a cone shape, so whatever light goes through it is changed in frequency or spreads out or something like that.

Or how about a card you plug into existing motherboards which has a magnetic connection to some kind of cheap crystal...
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