For an at home experiment I positioned a magnetic field so it would cross a boundary from air into water. I wanted to see if it would experience refraction similar to the refraction seen in electromagnetic fields. I also positioned a laser beam next to the magnetic field experiment so a real time comparison could be made. The results show that there was no noticeable refraction in the magnetic field. Please see the attached photo. A needle is attached to a thread to showed the direction of the magnetic field. I created several different setups to check the results. The needle never changed it’s position. My question is are these findings congruent with modern physics understanding.
Note to moderator: please resize the photo if needed. I can’t see the photo size on my device. Thanks