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  1. Semipoles have an added bonus: whereas monopoles and anti-monopoles will always attract each
  2. So you could have monopoles.
  3. These are called monopoles, when you just have one charge
  4. We have this one which tells you that magnetic monopoles don't exist.
  5. or Super Symmetry, along with magnetic monopoles which also still havent been observed.
  6. you know there are no magnetic monopoles--
  7. like cosmic strings or monopoles.
  8. start with the neutrinos. Actually, I started with magnetic monopoles, with an experiment
  9. was looking for those magnetic monopoles in cosmic race, which the existence of magnetic
  10. monopoles would prove the unification of three fundamental forces. And then I shifted [unintelligible
  11. you could have electrostatic forces that are monopoles.
  12. law in a generalized form leads to this equation. The fact that, there are no magnetic monopoles
  13. that there are no magnetic monopoles. So, which we write by saying divergence B equal
  14. free magnetic monopoles so this quantity is always zero for the magnetic flux density.
  15. zero because there are no free magnetic monopoles possible in time.
  16. If magnetic monopoles exist, they will be created in this fireball, rushing away from
  17. The magnitude monopoles will rip through the plastic sheets of the detector, breaking
  18. In other words, a magnet will always have two poles. There are no magnetic monopoles.
  19. gave the Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission greater authority to prevent monopoles.
  20. been considered: ionosphere activity, solar activity, cosmic rays, magnetic monopoles,