That 'Lenz's Law' stops functioning/stops-being-relevant when a certain very very high frequency is reached, near the frequency of some type of light .
This could explain why current at this frequency would not be detected by apparatus which use permanent-magnets.
Some evidence of this could be :
which is a reversal of :
But I'm sure there's much more associated research into this .
I have been wondering, that if I am right that 'Lenz's-Law' no longer applies at high enough frequencies, then could this indicate that other laws of electromagnetism may also be erroneous in the right circumstances, or frequency.
I was thinking about 'Ampère's Circuital Law' https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amp%C3%A8re%27s_circuital_law
( It's the only other relevant law I know, since I have almost no internet at the moment to do enough research, etc )
So me trying to find a fault with 'Ampère's circuital law' at high enough frequencies ( light frequencies .
The Following Is Related, But I'm Wrong In This Subject
- I was thinking that 'maybe' electromagnetic-fields around electrical-wires are just a result of those electrical-wires 'not' being 'superconductors', in other words, that 'when' these wires are super-cooled enough to convert them into superconductors, that 'then' they will not emit an electromagnetic-field when current flows through them.
- But I'm Sure I'm Wrong, and that 'when' these wires are super-cooled enough to convert them into superconductors, that then they emit a much much stronger electromagnetic-field when current flows through them, than when they are at room temperature .
But anyway, - when you have 'steady-DC-current' like from a chemical-battery, flowing through a room temperature wire, that that 'steady-DC-current' from a chemical-battery still must have some sort of frequency( must be a very very high frequency I assume, too high for any equipment to measure ),
- and that as this 'steady-DC-current' from a chemical-battery( with it's unknown very high frequency ), flows through the Non-Superconductor-Wire, that what is actually going on inside the wire is either 'Lenz's Law' or something like 'Lenz's Law', in other words, that the current( with it's unknown very high frequency ) is actually performing some sort of induction process ?, within and between 'non-symmetrical'( non-superconductor ) structures or elements inside the wire, and the reason it is doing so, is because this 'steady-DC-current' from a chemical-battery, is like a pulstating-current, BECAUSE, it does actually have a frequency( even though it is too high to measure ).
So I assume, that if you manage to transmit current through a wire, at a frequency that is even higher than the frequency from a chemical-battery, that when you reach a high enough frequency, that the wire should stop emitting any electromagnetic-field, so at that point, even though you could keep on increasing the voltage, the wire would not emit any electromagnetic-field, although doing this experiment in a way as to prevent burning out the wire, And Thereby Finding A Fault In 'Ampère's Circuital Law' https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amp%C3%A8re%27s_circuital_law
( Obviously I know nothing about the frequency limits of wires, etc, etc )