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how do they work,
(you need to explain it to a 7 year old and is clueless about them)
positive thoughts and negative thoughts
explain it to a 7 yo, wikipedia is hella complicated,
I laughed at the icp song, then I realized I had no clue how a magnet worked...
I'm not gonna explain it to a 7 yo! Shit is mad complicated.
I see I'm not the only one fuckn clueless,
the more you know™
Smoke and mirrors.
Why ban me?
a 7year old...you buy him some magnets and some ferrodust and let them play.
"Every electron, on account of its spin, is a small magnet (see electron magnetic dipole moment). In most materials, the countless electrons have randomly oriented spins, leaving no magnetic effect on average. However, in a bar magnet many of the electron spins are aligned in the same direction, so they act cooperatively, creating a net magnetic field.
In addition to the electron's intrinsic magnetic field, there is sometimes an additional magnetic field that results from the electron's orbital motion around the nucleus. This effect is analogous to how a current-carrying loop of wire generates a magnetic field (see Magnetic dipole). Again, ordinarily, the motion of the electrons is such that there is no average field from the material, but in certain conditions, the motion can line up so as to produce a measurable total field."
S'ok. No one can say, in a fundamental sense, that they know how magnets work. Nor gravity, nor light, nor many other things we would, as consumer laypeople, assume our species had an absolute handle on.
We can model these things. We can understand, to a degree, their effects and their worth — but how they actually, physically, work?
What these things actually 'are'?
Despite our apparent sense of all-knowingess (oft over-specified by both our media and certain religious wings), we're still scratching around in the dark, occasionally finding another monkey's anus and having a bit of a sniff.
Magnets are as complex as birds. What are birds? Whe just don't know.
so magnets are full of little things called Trons.
Trons have a love and hate attitude which makes them only attracted to their opposites.
there's an invisible things called "the force" which makes them act strangely depending which Trons they are near of.
The force is called Magnetism and it is what Magneto uses to kick ass.