Join Date: Dec 2004
The trick with the number seems as it if was a good idea – and I am very pleased J.
Thank you for your answers so far – and thank you very much for keeping so close to the topicJ
Gene you must have been watching when I put the thread on, as you were very fast, and the story you tell is just what it is all about – thank you.
Fearn, what you write sounds interesting, but is it something that you know, or something that you think? Thank you Gene good point!
Nechesh – I can’t say that I agree with you about magnetising blade anew, on the other hand, I think it must be up to the owner of the blade.
Rivkin, thank you for your input. What you write is important, and I do very much agree with you that the cooling of a sword means a lot to how the magnetism is preserved. I do however have some problems with what you write when you write: Such swords rather then becoming demagnetized with time would first actually become uniformly magnetized, and then would assume some magnetization due to the current earth's magnetic field (if it lies in the same place all the time), however it's even a big question if this _ever_ happens (it well may be that the current magnetized state is so efficient that it should take unphysical long time to change it using weak fields and temperatures.
Somewhere I read that the magnetism of the Earth was so weak that it would make little or no influence on a sword, although it was lying for a long time in the same place.
Do you have any comments to this. If you do, please come with themJ.
Yannis. 1. Your percentage is bigger than mine, although I have not tried all mine blade as yet.
2, 3-4 Same here.
5. Funny I have the same feeling – I wonder why?
6. Can’t beat that – if the needle circles like a maniac, it must be wild, the magnetism must be really strong. Do you know how old the kard and the kinjal are?
Gene we will look forward to the pictures of the magnet felt.
Thank you very much so far