Magnetism is one of the two components of the electromagnetic field. All materials are influenced in varying degrees by the presence of a magnetic field, since its constituent particles are charged. Magnetism is a physical phenomenon related to the charge of the particles composing the material and its emission of photons, and as a result of these interactions, the objects undergo attraction or repulsion over other materials. The universe is full of light photons with all known radiation in the electromagnetic spectrum through which light travels.
Fundamental particles have a charge and a spin that provides the magnetic field and their motion or vibration provides an emission of photons which make up the electromagnetic field of the particle. Photons are emitted in all directions through this field, similar to a garden sprayer, but following a pattern of polarities. As the Earth is made of matter, the vast majority of photons emitted by the magnetic core have a spin in the same direction, creating a strong magnetic field. The sum of the photons with the same rotation generate significant electromagnetic force on Earth. If a small object in space starts a spin or orthogonal rotation of its photons emitting a field and conjugates with other fields, it can create a magnetic interaction. A material with unpaired electrons can emit electromagnetic charge, as their charges do not cancel as when it exists in even numbers. The materials that can have magnetism easily detectable are iron (atomic number 26), cobalt (atomic number 27), nickel (atomic number 28) and its alloys. Differences in electron configuration in the elements determine the nature and magnitude of the atomic magnetic moments. Placing together a north pole of a magnet with a south pole, the photons collide and overlap in spins that are contrary, then the rotation is void or canceled, only allowing a the electric field and gravity in bodies work, uniting them (although but the electric field is maintained and if they are aligned, will generate an electric charge is likely to occur as a row of electron flow).
If overlapping photons have the same orientation of its rotation, the spins are then added or are strengthened, causing repulsion between the bodies by the bombardment of photons from the particles of both bodies.
If a body is energized with electricity, will increase the density of the payload field, the number of collisions of photons excluding the external field interaction, aligning electrons were not aligned so increase the magnetic field strength.
The larger the volume of a body, gravity will act with largely because the photon is relatively smaller, but as we get closer to the body, the electromagnetic field will be stronger.

Larger objects are always moving in orbits trying to strike a balance between electromagnetism and gravity, just as quantum particles. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. To make it a little easier to understand about light and waves of energy, the electro magnetic spectrum provides an illustrated method of showing the types of electromagnetic radiation in terms of wavelenghth and frequncy, and how small a part visible light actually is in the whole spectrum. Visible light energy is made up of many frequencies and wavelengths and falls between Infrared and Ultra violet. Electromagnetic radiation itself can be described as being a stream of photons (massless particles) moving at the speed of light (186,000 miles per second) and traveling in a wave-like pattern. So here we see the two above systems in the perception of sight and there are then two combinations of three primary colours, i.e.
The diagram below, shows what a small part of the whole electromagnetic spectrum visible light actually forms.
The deuterium nucleus consists of 1 proton and 1 neutron with an atomic mass of exactly 2.0.
In the last lecture you saw that sun, like any other hot object, releases its energy in discrete "rays" that have some properties of particles and some properties of waves. There is a distribution of energies of the radiation that looks similar to distribution of kinetic energies of atoms and molecules within a substance. Notice that radiation in the visible light range is close to the average energy for the solar spectrum but there is quite a bit of radiation more and less energetic than this. Although all waves of electromagnetic radiation travel at the speed of light, different types of waves have vastly differing wavelengths, frequencies, and energies.
Electromagnetic (EMR) radiation is a self-propagating wave in space with electric and magnetic components.
EM radiation carries energy and momentum, which may be imparted when it interacts with matter.

The tricky thing about EMR is that you can’t see or consciously feel the full spectrum of the radiation that surrounds us every day. Photons will be released with the same orthogonal spin direction of the particle which emits them, the  displacement vector will form an electrical component while its direction or polarity is the magnetic component. Not all photons will be affected, because not all collide, but the field will be greatly reduced.
If the molecules of this material are aligned, the magnetic charge is consistent with parallel spin photons, maximizing its angular momentum and directing full force of spin together, in contact with other quantum particles. The bodies are affected by electromagnetism of other bodies such as the sun, stars and galaxies that emit their own payload fields. Chemically, colour is derived from pigments and compounds and the three primary colours here are Red, Yellow and Blue. These components oscillate at right angles to each other and to the direction of propagation, and are in phase with each other. There are parts (frequencies) that we can see like visible light and some that we can feel like ultra violet and microwaves. On the surface of the earth there is a balance between the electromagnetic force and gravity, so that there is a relative stability. The reason for this is because the photons of radio waves, have a lower frequency or cycles per second - hertz ( htz for short) and therefore less energy.
Electromagnetic radiation is classified into types according to the frequency of the wave: these types include, in order of increasing frequency, radio waves, microwaves, terahertz radiation, infrared radiation, visible light, ultraviolet radiation, X-rays and gamma rays. An isotope of hydrogen, deuterium or 2H, combines with another isotope of hydrogen, tritium or 3H, to form helium and a neutron.

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