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Magnetic Field
In the Space Surrounding a Current

By: Thomas Lee Abshier, ND


When an electron moves an increment of distance in a wire (or in free space), the negative electric field of the approaching electron attracts the positive DPs in the local space into which the electron is coming.  This negative E field causes the positive DPs to move closer to the approaching electron.  Likewise, the negative DPs in that same volume of space (into which the electrons are flowing) experience a higher negative E field, and as a result are repelled away from the approaching electron.  The movement of the positive DPs toward, and the negative DPs away, produces an additional magnetic effect, based purely upon a rule of nature (i.e. action required by the particles as dictated by the rules of action embedded in the particles by God).  The positive DPs moving toward, and electrons moving away from, an advancing negative charge is the basis of the production of a magnetic field encircling the moving electron.  The result of the moving electron (i.e. changing E field) is the production of a magnetic field, and this effect is produced by a rule of God.  The direction of the magnetic field produced by a moving negative charge is a magnetic field/force pointing in the direction of the fingers when the thumb points in the direction of the electron flow, and in the direction of advance of a left-handed screw.  Likewise, a moving positive charge produces a magnetic force pointing in the direction of the fingers where the thumb points in the direction of the positive charge flow and in the direction of advance of a Right Handed screw.  The result is the production of a magnetic field with a circular N/S alignment of the DPs surrounding the moving charge.  The direction of the N/S alignment is dependent upon the type of current flowing.