# Why does a moving charge create a magnetic field around it?

Well, you probably won’t be able to expect a real answer, because your question itself is a real field of inconsistencies.

On the one hand, there are no dormant charges, but only movable objects that carry an electromagnetic field of action.And on the other hand, it is that field the complement of the gravitational field of action, which is then considered together as an object that you want to understand as a charge.

Thus, several objects line up one after each other and thus form a magnetic field.I am citing myself, perhaps it helps.

An electron does not form a magnetic field, but is an electromagnetic field, just as it is a gravitational field.And that’s why every electron also carries its field of action to me and always both types of field. But since both fields have opposite effects, I also assume that those effects are inversely proportional and cancel each other out and therefore do nothing destructive in the electron itself, because if one effect were greater than the other, the same place at the same time, then this contradicts the usual logic, because electrons are never concretely in parallel direction of motion, if they have not sufficient distance perennique to the direction of motion. This is not unknown, but it is not particularly described. Therefore, I first describe the magnetic field and its orientation to the movement.

If you look at the magnetic field lines, you see two poles and different polarizations are drawn from them and the same ones repel. In the end, shortening of distances is always achieved only by movements and the extension of distances as well, but all movement leads to or away from the pole.

The donkey bridge for this polarization in the direction of movement is:

Shorten the tracks at the front (negative) at the back (positive).

In the animation, the front, reddish part of an electron is the negative pole and at the back everything comes out again and represents the positive pole.

This also means that it acts stronger and stronger at the pole and thus all movements end at the pole or lead away from it.

If you look right, the red dotted line goes into the center, bends into the 4th dimension and comes out again at the back. And this happens on all three dimensions at the same time, which I illustrate with the picture series 1-4 here. The red dotted line draws a circle, which is a constant curvature and it retains its direction of movement, so these are not esoteric sleight of hand, but you also know this effect as a magnetic field line when you use iron shavings visibly. Others also speak of a magnetic field.

So it also happens that the poles are always exactly in the direction of movement, namely negative at the front and positive at the back, in order to compensate for their own mutual potentials.

Therefore, on the oscilloscopes you always see a sine starting with the 0 phase (a well-known phenomenon) and with descending voltage level, which then ends again ascending from the center of the electron. Thus, the electron forms a negative hemisphere in the direction of movement and a positive at the back. But outside in the middle perseorright to the direction of movement, however, there would then be a neutral, weak effect.

And there the dog is buried.Because you can also consider less attractive in view of a more attractive potential as a pole to the contrary. So the direction of the potential is crucial. The poles are always in front or behind. Thus, the strongest effect is located in the center of an electron. So every movement ends either before or behind it and that’s the remarkable thing, they line up one after the other. The negative pole of the rear electron behind the positive pole of the front electron. Thus, any parallel movement ends with an alignment parallel to the magnetic field lines, if they have sufficient distance perennique to the direction of motion.

Thus, now two electrons in an inertial system are connected to each other always at a safe distance from each other in the relatively dormant state, but always also behind each other or precisely persecuting to the direction of motion parallel to each other in the neutral range.where the effects are balanced or no attractive or repulsive effects. All other scenarios forces them in the same direction and path of the field lines one after the other, as is the case in each particle accelerator.