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Angular momentum (electromagnetism that spins) behaves like a dipole in that it evokes a "perpendicular moment of inertia", much as a dipole evokes a "dipole moment".

The first attached image illustrates the ellipsoid of inertia that angular moment evokes, along with mass.





The next two images illustrate how the Dogon say matter is evoked...








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Angular momentum, the moment of inertia, and the Dogon 836 Laird Scranton 24-Mar-18 05:20
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