THERE ARE NO MAGNETIC MONOPOLES !!!
AND IF SO, THEY WILL, FOR SURE NOT BE CREATED BY A BUNCH OF NON-PHYSICS-GUYS which play around with some powder inside a stick.
Goddamn, just take this for granted and accept that, and even more, rethink, before You repeat Your monopols shit over and over again.
A true magnetic monopole would be a new elementary particle, and would violate the law ∇⋅B = 0. A monopole of this kind, which would help to explain the law of charge quantization as formulated by Paul Dirac in 1931, has never been observed in experiments.
The monopoles studied by condensed-matter groups have none of these properties. They are not a new elementary particle, but rather are an emergent phenomenon in systems of everyday particles (protons, neutrons, electrons, photons); in other words, they are quasi-particles. They are not sources for the B-field (i.e., they do not violate ∇⋅B = 0); instead, they are sources for other fields, for example the H-field, or the "B*-field" (related to superfluid vorticity). They are not directly relevant to grand unified theories or other aspects of particle physics, and do not help explain charge quantization—except insofar as studies of analogous situations can help confirm that the mathematical analyses involved are sound.