• We should make a racial egalitarian version of this. "Home life, schools, nutrition and growth spurts. Heritability, how does it work? And I don't wanna talk to a scientist, you racists are lyin', and gettin﻿ me pissed" (screenshot of EvoGen's facebook talking about how mad he is that he's going to bust some heads).

"Shaggy's little boy looks just like Tyrone, and my little boys look just like Tyrone"

>Do you believe in an experience miracles, miracles, miracles<

• Step 1: Ask how magnets work.

Step 3: ???

Step 4: Profit

• That was horribly﻿ written.

• Like﻿ any physical law, Ampere's Law represents an observation of how the universe works, not an explanation. Newton's Law of Gravitation, for instance, can be used to describe gravitational attraction mathematically, but says little about the fundamental nature of gravity itself. Same goes for Coulomb's Law, except it is now believed that the exchange of virtual photons between charged particles is responsible for their repulsive and attractive nature

• Cheese, pepperoni, sauce and bread,

Fuckin' pizza, how does it bake?

And I don't want to talk to an American,

Y'all motherfuckers be fatasses,﻿ and gettin' me pissed

• Magic﻿ and fuckin' miracles up in this bitch.

• Did anyone actually do that?

Nah, forget I asked, just look at the world, so﻿ many idiots ...

• Don't take this as any authoritative statement. I'm actually an EE junior like you, and the research paper was mandatory for an undergrad class.

I feel that I gave some people the wrong idea. I understand magnetism better than the idiots in the clip, but I still have a lot of education to go﻿ through.

• I think it has something to do with the Ampere's Law. Yes, it relates current to magnetism, but your question is more specific than that.

My best guess is that it's related the the shape of the wire's cross section, seeing that part of the proof is integrated across the surface the current is passing through.

If you imagine the wire as a series of﻿ thin, circular surfaces stacked on each other, that may explain the circular nature of the magnetic field. It may not explain the direction though.

• You know, if the line was "Fuckin' gravity, how does﻿ that work?", most theoretical physicists would agree with him