Substance currenrly has 4 phases:solid liquid gas and plasma. It used to come under the distinctions of Rigid and fluid, but we have an alternative description called viscosity. This alternative is a fundamental description of substance which is really useful.
The viscosity of substance as space is variable dynamically. As it varies it reveals the attractive and repulsive principles of space in greater distinction. The tendency to polarise these principles must be avoided because a better paradigm is to fractalise it.. Thus as viscosity decreases the fractal structure of substance is exposed as motions of attraction and repulsion etc at all scales. In the viscosity state we call plasma these motionsdynamically reveal themselves, and we experience intense sensations of these motions as heat both radient and ambient, We also experience the repulsive and attractive motions as a penetrating force that acts in reaction. The distinction between a magnetic experience and an electric experience is the difference in the scale of differentiation in the reach and dynamism of the force. So called electric motions tending to exhibit a greater reach and dynamism than magnetic ones. However the 2 are always attendant on each other, so that one can oly distinguish them by this separation of effect.
Currently it is thought that electrostatic forces decrease as the inverse of the square of the separation between centres of effect while the magnetic decrrases as the invers of the separation. This would mean that electrostatic effects shouls occur within an envelope of a greater magnetic effect. If this is the case i will need to adjust the separation description to agree, but that is no hardship.
The implication however is that electric effects are supported by magnetic effects in a more fundamental way. Electric effects would emanate from the magnetic source as a tsunami effect, restrained and quenched by the magnetic effects. This supports that electrostatic effects are somehow high power high dynamics magnetic effects.
In the viscosity state we call solid, the magnetic and electic behaviours become highly entangled so hat the liquidity and rigidity of the substance is a function of the complex attraction and repulsion forces. However, a certain level of viscosity results in the ordering of these forces into a crystalline array.mwhen the electric dipoles and the magnetic dipoles lock into this arrangment, that is when solid becomes crystalline solid.
These crystalline structures exhibit specific behaviours hich help us to define the distinction between magnetic and electric.
While our models have for a long time been separated by Hesse distinctions we must now reformulate, or rather change the terminology to highlight the fundamental adjugation of the two, that is a Maxwellian electromagnetism is proposed.