Travelling Field System always try to face absorbing side forward.
Proton always travel in Right hand grip rule.
Electron always travel in Left hand grip rule.
Group of protons / electrons will have some extensions synchronized.
Excess positive / negative charge extends in all angles.
Proton-electron pair can only connect in certain angles for attraction.
And they will tilt/flip/transfer momentum, to match those angles.
A field system can “transfer” momentum to other field system within an integrated field system.
So integrated field system can adjust extensions to any required angles,
for electricity, magnetism, etc.
A molecule with positive charge,
may have Protons borrow Momentum from Electrons in attempt to balance charges,
but Sync-Equilibrium will be imbalanced,
thus Protons still have to find Electrons elsewhere to conserve charge.
Conserve charge = balance positive (ccwa) & negative (cwa) trajectories.
extend to balance sync Momentum diffusion with surrounding,
attracting opposite trajectories (charge).
Higher positive charge causes nearby electrons to regenerate towards it,
Causes atoms that lost those electrons to have higher positive charge,
and the process repeats to source of higher negative charge,
which is surplus electrons.
That’s why conductor has valence Electrons.
Usually (when charge difference aren’t lightning high)
electricity can only pass when conductors connect “physically”,
which actually means electrons are at range of repelling each other,
giving an idea how close charges need to be,
for trajectories to form connections.
That’s why vacuum is the best insulator,
with no intermediary protons for electrons to swing from one to another.
Magnitude of protons & electrons (cwa & ccwa) will not align and synchronize perfectly in a molecule.
But no matter what conflicting trajectories extensions has,
the core configuration constantly regenerate the extensions.
Eventually trajectories will have to adjust to nett balanced, or cwa (-), or ccwa (+) trajectories.
If the molecule have a charge, (-) & (+) will point in all angles equally, until charges are attracted to opposite charge.
Conflicting trajectories means electricity usually operates on tiny distances (compared to magnetism). Applications need to be physically connected to a conductor, “lighter” electrons jumps to higher positive charge, and electrons behind follows, cascading into a domino effect which is electricity.
However if the charge differential is high enough, electrons can even jump through supposedly insulators. i.e. lighting strike. p.s. protons / (+) ions may jump too, albeit rarer.
Electron travels by left hand grip rule [based on (electron’s)(-) motion].
The magnetic field caused by travelling electrons,
is a result of multitude of electrons’ extensions,
travelling in same direction,
with same orientation,
combining and further extending.
Loops of Electrons in electricity connect with protons,
operating at nano sizes (hard to detect).
Disc & Loop, Electricity & Magnetism
Both disc or loops can be observed as electric or magnetic force.
Both electric & magnetic field are simply synchronized Momentum trajectories.
Which is perpendicular to each other.
Disc is main (horizontal) spin,
Loops are secondary (vertical) spins, that extend to interact with vertical “space”.
So loops are more flexible,
and easier to combine with other loops.
Combined loops will extend further.
Discs’ electric effects usually applies on smaller scale :: nucleus, atom, molecular bonds, etc.
Loops’ electric effects applies on all scale.
Loop extensions are observed as magnetic force when charge is still,
because loops combine easier.
Disc extensions are observed as magnetic force when charge is moving.
Because electrons in electricity have same orientation,
forcing discs to sync & further diffuse,
while loops are interacting at nano-scale.
Electron passing through a magnetic field experiences kinetic force according to (LHR).
Momentum in the magnetic field is diverted to one side.
The side increased Synchronized-Momentum (SM) pushes conductor away,
while the opposite side decreased Synchronized-Momentum pulls conductor nearer,
to balance the field of Synchronized-Momentum.
LHR is based on hypothetical motion of (proton)(+).
So RHR is a more accurate representation,
based on the motion of (electron)(-),
which is most of the case.
2 conductors parallel to each other, carrying electrons travelling in same direction.
Belts are created between the 2 conductors.
Acting like a rubberband, pulling both conductors closer.
In-between interfering trajectories join belts, decreasing synchronized momentum, pulling denser synchronized momentum nearer.
If electrons are travelling in opposite directions,
trajectories will direct more momentum in between the conductors,
pushing them apart, whilst redistributing synchronized momentum.
Electric current traveling through solenoid, forms magnetic lines.
Magnetic lines coalesce into bigger generic trajectories.
A ferromagnet placed in solenoid, experiences strong magnetic force.
As looping wire causes magnetic lines to influence the ferromagnet repeatedly,
at highly compressed intensity.
Its electrons rotate to accommodate absorbing and emitting orientation,
synchronizing their own magnetic spins, turning itself into a strong magnet.