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Can magnetic fields make electricity

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Yes. Take a loop or coil of wire, attach its ends to a voltmeter, drag one side of the loop through a magnetic field, and notice the reaction on the meter. If you add a lot of improvements to this gadget, you might have something really useful. Like take a magnet with a round space in the middle, put the loop of wire on an axle that could spin inside the magnet, and use wind, water, or steam to spin it. You could call the whole thing a "generator" and sell the power to your neighbors, and they could have TV and air conditioning in their homes.

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