The intrinsic magnetic field of an electron
Magnetic fields do not result from the movement of electrons, but from their intrinsic magnetic field. Moreover, the intrinsic magnetic field of the electrons does not have a dipole structure, but a rotational structure. Jean de Climont proves these claims in this video:
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