# Is magnetism an energy?

Do we, like the Egyptians, believe that a single atom would act like a magnet, and that the waves of electromagnetism would cause that single atom to be attracted to other small objects and become attracted to larger objects? Are there any indications that our minds have the same kind of effect, like the waves of electromagnetism in an electric coil? That we are subject to the same forces in the same way?

In fact, all the theories on the phenomenon of magnetism are based upon the idea of an attraction, and in this way all those scientific discoveries make for a stronger, and ultimately valid, system of thought.

The idea of an energy source, the power to transform the energy of anything into another force, or to combine the combined forces of various objects in a complex way, is a natural, natural and fundamental idea. This is the basis of all electricity, magnetism, and other such natural forces.

All these forces depend upon the same principle of electromagnetic attraction. Energy can be divided into electric and magnetic potential. In order to convert an electric potential into a magnetic potential, it is necessary to bring a part of the energy with the energy, and in order to change it there, it is necessary to bring that energy with the new part of the energy. This is the basis of all electricity, magnetism, and all other natural forces.

The magnetic field is one of the fundamental forces and the forces are in the same way. A plane magnetic force is a force in the plane that combines with the natural magnetic effect. In order for this magnetic force to be an effective force, it must combine with both the electric and magnetic forces. This is why in order for an electric force to be an effective force, it must combine with a magnetic force, and in order for a magnetic field to be an effective force, it must combine with both the electric and magnetic forces.

A perfect example of this action of combining different forces is shown in this passage from a work on electrical engineering by A. C. F. Coopersmith:

“The combination of the force with the resistance is the operation of a power device.”

“The idea of the force is the combination of the resistance with the potential, that is, the power that does not go into the resistance and so does not disappear. In order to combine the force with the potential and to form the field it is necessary to combine the two forces. This is what is meant by the word potential, which