Oh look! After repeating Oersted’s work, I found out something! If electric current flow in the same direction in two nearby parallel wires, the wires attract one another; if electric currents flow in opposite directions the wires repel one another!
Wait a second! I just discovered something amazing!
André-Marie Ampère, someone's calling for you!
On the other hand...
Michael Faraday! Soon after Hans Christian Oersted discovered the phenomenon of electromagnetism, we tried to design an electric motor, but we failed.
What's wrong guys?
I have built two devices to produce what I call "electromagnetic rotation". Is this a glimpse of what would eventually develop into an electric motor which is based on Hans Christian Oersted’s discovery that a wire carrying electric current has magnetic properties?
After discussing the problem with them...
And then we jump to another timeline...
Excuse me, but I would like to ask about your work in electromagnetism, James Clerk Maxwell.
I am inspired to analize their works, especially Faraday's!
Oersted, Ampere, and Faraday
I just used mathematics to investigate the fundamental causes of electrical and magnetic behavior, producing what are, to professional physicists, some of the most beautiful equations they use – "Maxwell’s Equations".
What was yours all about again?
It was fun reminiscing the old times!
Each of us contributed in the development of the EM theory!