From: Ken Watson (email@example.com)
Date: 09/22/02-11:02:33 AM Z
Perhaps you are looking for the unified field theory where magnetism, gravity, and the force holding matter together are all the same?
Mere mortal that you are , I doubt you can generate enough magnetism to effect light;<) As for gravity, it takes something the size of the sun to have anything like a strong influence on bending light. So we are left with only crude mater to effect light as we lack the capability to harness large amounts of energy.
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From: John Cremati
Sent: Sunday, September 22, 2002 10:31 AM
Subject: Magnetic influence on film
Does any one have any knowledge or expertise in the magnetic influence on the bending of light rays in photographic applications?... I know if you place a magnet next to a neon or florescent light or high voltage arc it will bend or distort the arc..I believe light rays from the sun is also mutated from the earths gravitation pull... Does this apply to conventional photography as well say if you place magnets surrounding film and then shooting the photo...?
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