After working with magnets both in a permanent block form and electromechanical devices I have established that what we have been told about magnetic properties is somewhat off. I had worked steadily for several years experimenting and mapping out field gauss emitted from both types.
Magnets have properties. A magnetic field is made up of several polarities that interact with one another like a mechanical connection of levers. Something like a wave of invisible forces that becomes obvious in a physical viewpoint.
Magnetic fields are comprised of individual magnetic flux conduits and each separated invisibly by a sheath that prevents each individual flux conduit to leak off flowing magnetic gauss and each one carries mechanical potential to do work. The common side of this reflects a system in a loop of energy. To manufacture a magnetic field and place it into a solid block of rare earth metals called permanent magnets there first needs to be an electrical spark. A block magnet strength is dependent on the saturation level of the block and the magnetizing force generated from electricity and a coil of wire, like copper or aluminum.
It is necessary to use electricity to create a magnetic field and in turn a magnetic field is necessary to create electricity, a loop of power transformation. Every electric motor made: an engine starter motor, an alternator, a fan, a washing machine, a robot and so on; any device using electricity simply turns (transitions) the electricity into a magnetic field. Every time this transition is made a loss in potential causes heat to be generated. This potential force is called voltage and the differential in transition results in heat or lost energy. It's also referred to as Δp ('Delta p'; p=pressure) or a difference in pressure between transition points.
EXPERIMENT 1 - IDENTIFYING MAGNETIC FORCE
1) One block magnet and most people call it a permanent magnet, in more precise accurate words to describe the common permanent magnet is a solid block magnet. The magnetic product of a solid block magnet deteriates and can be neutralized by heat and therefore is not permanent in the sence of any object named permanent.
2) Polarity is an assembly as a duality but in fact is not dual but one single object producing useable force that has been stored. There is a north face in polarity and a south face in polarity and commonly viewed in a 2 dimensional plane aspect. There is also a bonding point of the magnetic face surfaces and in the horizontal axis of the 3 dimensional solid block magnet. The horizontal axis and perpendicular to the faces of polarity is a horizontal point of connection between two dipoles. The point of the experiment is to identify potential working characteristics of solid block magnets.
3) Use a rectangle or square shaped magnet for this experiment in identifying the areas of the magnet that move a piece of metal so that you can feel it. Use 2 magnets and put them together and see if the magnets act the same as the piece of metal like a paperclip.