Our visible world is 100% magnetism. Magnetism is a discharge. It has a typical shape and consists of a hyperboloid (two hyperbolae). A hyperboloid is an inverse sphere. It is the inverse of counterspace (inertial plane) and thus spatial. Magnetism is an end-product af polarisation into radiation.
Note that a magnet does not have a center (you can
make a magnet smaller and smaller and each time it will have two poles (!see later on the so called poles!) and an
inertial plane in the middle - you can't cut the center out). A true magnetic
hyperboloid is like this:
The two hyperbolae don't really look connected but they are connected in counterspace. (Counterspace is nowhere: absence of space, magnetism, time,...)
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