An important ancillary to proof of a stationary world I recently asked, Q. If two identical poles of two different permanent magnets each having a pole face density of 1200gauss, lines per sq cm, were placed to closely face each other in attracting mode, will the magnetic density B between them be 1200 or twice that? Only got one reply who said it would be 2400 , by principle of superposition... If this were true then my long winded preparation to an experiment flopped.. However not giving up I remembered a stated truth.. If you take a strong bar magnet which has say 1200 gauss field across its cross section and cut it in half , you would then have two shorter bar bagnets the exact same field strength. ie 1200 gauss field strength.. no different to the introduced question above... Therefore I should be happy to say that the axial field strength is not doubled by the proximity of the two magnets. That being resolved I will today post the detail of my solution to the Faraday riddle. It is an important ancillary to proof of a stationary world Philip.