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1. ## What Is Electric Current?

Electric current is an immaterial swirling wind through the electrical conductor. The immaterial magnetic wind through it is also spiral-shaped (i.e., it is not perpendicular to the conductor as the contemporary physics asserts). During the flow of direct current, both winds blow from the plus- to the minus-pole of the battery, the electric wind in counter-clockwise direction, whereas the magnetic wind in clockwise direction. These two fluxes are at angle of 90 degrees. I will introduce a new explanation of the electric current which I call “dynamic” because it speaks of forces (δύναμις = forc
2. ## Is Electric Current Induced In A Wire When It Is Moving Perpendicularly To The Magnetic Lines Of Force Or When It Is Moving In Line With Them?

One of the consequences which is derived from the Faraday’s law of induction is the following: when a metal wire is moving in a magnetic field, then the component of the wire’s velocity which is perpendicular to the magnetic lines of force should be the cause for the induced current in it. Since the Faraday’s law of induction is not true (please see http://www.scienceforums.com/topic/36405-is-faradays-law-of-induction-true/), this consequence is also untrue. The actual cause for the current in the wire is the component of its velocity which is in line with the magnetic lines of force. Consider
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