Do the same poles attract in a magnet? I
thought the opposite poles attract and the same
poles repel. You would need magnets with the
poles labeled to know whether the poles that
attract are the same or different.
worrying about which poles attract, I looked in
Wikipedia to learn about the answer to your
difficult question about why magnetic poles
I think the most useful part is the
Overview of the section, "Physics of magnetic
behaviors". Magnetism comes from moving electrons.
Do you know how to make an electromagnet?Some
materials have electrons that move in ways that
create magnetic fields, even when no electric
current is flowing. You could spend the rest of
your life learning all about magnetism, and you
might become a famous scientist while you were
Here's a funny sentence I found
in a link called "School for Champions":"What a
magnetic field actually consists of is somewhat of
a mystery,but we do know it is a special property
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