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  1. #1 vibration and magnetism 
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    could someone please tell me what they know about how vibration manipulates the magnetic field of particles?


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    Vibration of what?


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    Magnetism is created by moving electric charges. So if a vibration acts on an electrically charged object to move with it, then that would cause some magnetism. In turn, if you vibrate an object that already has a magnetic field (like a natural magnet) in such a manner so you're causing it to move, you can create an electric field. The two kind of create each other.

    Natural magnets exist, but I'm pretty sure they get their magnetism from the internal motion of their own electrons (which count as moving charged objects as well.)

    It all just depends what you're trying to accomplish. You need to be more specific if you want a good answer.
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