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Thank you for your kind response concerning blocking one polarity of a permanent magnet (http://www.madsci.org/posts/969123728.Ph.r.html). However, since I have a R&D dept, although not directly related in the field, on my own I have managed to block a polarity partially. Of course if one causes a south polarity for example to be attracted by a metal, the pull of the south polarity weakens it. It no longer has the strength as it had before. Accordingly the north polarity still maintains its strength according to my results. Why is that possible? Dianne
Re: WHY CAN NOT A POLARITY OF A MAGNET NOT BE BLOCKED? IE: SOUTH POLARITY?
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