7. Now you will certainly ask: How can this be understood? But, in order to teach you about it, I now respond: Why are the two poles of a magnetic bar not in the mathematical center of it, but in most cases rather at both ends of such a bar?
8. Why is the little seed husk of a grain not in the center of it, but in most cases rather in another part of the seed whose center point and its opposite pole in most cases are located at least one to three quarters of the whole seed content further inwards and outwards from the seed husk?