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**log in**This new Fifth Force is almost certainly the Magnoflux Spin Effect Force which is about 6 times stronger than gravity..

The new force that spins galaxy stars around blackholes and planets around stars is a magnetic spin force as BBC report this evening identifies the force predicted by Magnoflux hypothesis a decade ago. **#nasa** **#energy** **#bbcnews** **#scienceandtechnologyGalaxy effect.pngelecballogic1.jpg**

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However, I'd be even more interested in how, and when, the magnoflux hypotheses predicted these exact numbers with such certainty, or indeed what it predicts for muon g factor at all.

The magnetic g value is always a bit more than the Dirac value of 2.0 , due to QED hence the name of the experiment g-2 (gee minus two) to look at the residual. explanation of muon residual on wikipedia

The anomolous term 'a' is (g-2)/2 so the 2 numbers are linked.

*The accepted theoretical values for the muon are:
g-factor: 2.00233183620(86)
anomalous magnetic moment: 0.00116591810(43)
[uncertainty in parentheses]*

*The new experimental world-average results announced by the Muon g-2 collaboration today are:
g-factor: 2.0023318 4122(82)
anomalous magnetic moment: 0.00116592061(41)*

regards Mike.

I don't know what you do for a living but I am guessing you're a scientist rather than an engineer.

Your depth of knowledge across a diverse range of subjects is truly astonishing.

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