to me magnetism seems to work with super small temperature changes occuring thrue two locked in densities in two compartments locked against each other, the compartment with the higher density is the compartment with more resistance,creating heat on one side, making a flow between them possible.
we seem unable to measure these small differences, but i can still imagine the smallest difference in temperature be the reason for magnetic flow of the smallest most weightless invisible undevidable particle, easily moved or influenced by tiny temperature changes, setting in motion a flow. the locked in a form density creates a pressure difference between inside and the outside off the shape, electrical or any current inside a cold metal magnet needs a reason to get back out to room temperature, while the cooling of the metal is so nice for the current. all matter seems to be able to do is lose heat, lose energy (without input of new heat energy. The two compartments are locked in an eternal battle, one more strong than the other, the resistance compartment will loose energy over time (not visible in one lifetime anymore), beacause its atoms are inside under pressure by heat, building up inside tension, working on its surroundings with an invisible force.
i think birds dont see magnetism, they just feel the air temperature and to wich side it flows it will get cooler so they fly from colder to warmer air streams knowing this brings them to a warmer place. they are more sensitive to heatstreams in the air.
because heat IS the only energy there is basically, temperature changes create a matter flow, visible or invisible. in small sea creatures or bacteria which are blind, the can find the best environment blindly, I think its by a heat flow, if you feel a heat in a medium, if you follow this heat with the direction of flow, you go to a cooler area, if you need warmth, like birds, you fly against the stream. in space there's solar wind, a gigantic version of magnetism, working on the bigger scale, air is the human scale, and magnetism works in my opinion on the smallest temperature differences, created in a magnet by density that's locked in the material, it can never be exactly the same in two compartments of a magnet, there's always one more resistance for matter than the other.
I have read about a magnet being placed in a water tank filled with bacteria, once the magnet was placed in, bacteria moved to a side walls of the tank, the sides of a tank are relative cooler because there the tank loses heat fastest. once the magnet was placed differently, the bacteria would move again to the relative nicest spot. hot humans seek shade, cold humans seek heat aswel. small == big, big == small.
and my theory is crap? maybe learn to think for yourself, I live in my own fantasy world until YOU realize my fantasy is more accurate than your reality but I wish not to return the favor of becoming impolite, please respect another persons vision, no one sais you have to believe anything mate, no one forces you to accept, I merely had the same problem as the person who asked the question, and in my mind this answer seems to fit best.
Energy = movement said Einstein I believe.
what moves? matter..... why does it move? relative temperatures between points in space creating a flow. to me this works in almost any instance but I have no papers to show.
yes I there are problems in my theory, but its s more basic and simple explanation than the ones standing now, which the person asking AND me had trouble with understanding.
please you seem to know a lot, tell us how YOU think magnetism work yourself?
I've seen your profile Brandon, there I read we are about the same, interested but learning, as are we all. except I respect your opinion and thoughts.
I would not call a fresh idea crap, certainly if I did not truly understand much about psysics as you've said so yourself in your profile.
And to answer your question, who said electrons do NOT move energy? we use electrical appliances daily, what do you think this is doing? Move electrons to a specific place within the machine for them to accomplish a specific task there for the machine to function. How do you think electrons know which way to move in? pressure on the flow of electrons by amperage. We get power from the wall making something work at a distance by guiding the energy. Heat is lost, so all energy is always just lost, when no new energy is added back in the system. (watch your TV's standby light and how long it takes to go off once you pull the plug, this is how long the electron flow needs to reach the light inside your television after traveling a very long electrical circuit route).
Energy = heat, flowing between two relative temperatures, the temperatures decide the flow of the currents direction, only two possibilities once it is in a cable.