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Tom Mazanec
2010-Oct-02, 10:58 PM
Magnetic field strength in Teslas had the dimensions of mass/(charge)(time) (if I read the Wikipedia article right). If I put Planck units in this, I come up with
(2.17644*10-8)/(1.87554587*10-18)(5.39124*10-44) = 2.15 * 10^53 Teslas (if I did not make a mistake).
Is anything interesting projected to happen with a magnetic field of 215,000 YYTeslas?

2010-Oct-03, 11:06 AM
I guess it might attract love, peace and happiness.

Ken G
2010-Oct-03, 02:07 PM
There's an energy density associated with a magnetic field, so presumably such a field has the same effect as a similar rest-mass-energy density. At that limit, he laws of physics as we know them become internally inconsistent.