Magnetic field physical constitution, oriented-activity (§5.3)
Electrical current and coincidental field (§5.3.1)
The figure 5.3.1 shows the alteration of pure-activity surrounding a wire due to an electrical current within the wire.
That figure illustrates the apparition, build-up and spreading of the electrical field in the space surrounding the wire, when an electrical current is appearing, then increased and finally stabilized into a constant current.
The magnetic field, which is coincidental only to the final constant current, is not represented yet on that figure; we will get at it in the next figure, 5.3.2 below.
The electric field we are interested in, coinciding to the final constant current, is represented here on the right side of figures 5.3.1 and 5.3.2; that field differs from the electric field created by non-moving particles (§5.1), in that it is maintained by an even number of constantly moving particles protons. And should the current stop that transient field would disappear along the disappearance of the current; the pure activity would return to Maxwellian.
Each proton forming in the wire the constant electrical current is in effect modifying the pure-activity surrounding the wire.

The illustration covers 5 movements labeled I, II, A, B, and C from left to right; these movements are consecutive within the present mo(ve)ments.
As a reminder the proton particle is exclusively a graded-activity (field only) in gravimotion.
The first movement I on the left coincides to a single proton acclivity (physics positive field) on the move; as usual the proton particle is not represented, its motion only is represented with a MO labeled I in its center; and its field or acclivity is represented as is illustrated in the left side of figures 4.10 and 5.1.2 with 2 pitched lines in form of a cone, also labeled I.
The moment II depicts an increase of current with the apparition of a second proton represented with a faster motion-occurrence (elongated on the figure) and a steeper acclivity II. The second proton is said to go faster and the third faster yet because the first started from rest (as defined in gravimotion §1.9) and the current is increasing under the influence of an increasing voltage; the faster a proton the greater its acclivity. The movements I, II and A are increases that are forming one single continuously increasing wave and not successive waves.
The acclivity spread in pure-activity, due to the protons, is similar to the wave moving away from a stone thrown in a pond, in which case no water is transmitted laterally over long distance; here, similarly, a chain reaction within pure-activity is transmitted and no pure-activity is translated over long distance.

Magnetic field

Now at movement A we stop the increase in current (we stop increasing the voltage), yet we keep that current flowing and constant (we keep the driving voltage constant). And a constant acclivity A, B, C, due to the constant current, is now sweeping the pure activity background.
Note that the acclivity as depicted in figure 5.3.1 is a density graph, coinciding to what is happening in pure-activity, which is a different representation than the real motion of the protons that is represented on the same graph.

Magnetic field constitution or occurrence (exclusively coincidental to a constant electrical current) (§5.3.2)
Figure 5.3.2, below, represents the behavior of the MQs and MOs making the pure-activity surrounding the electrical wire; the protons acclivity constant sweeping of pure-activity amounts to a raking and a constant re-orienting of pure-activity as shown in movements B, C, D, etc. Should the protons stop moving, a depleted wave would pass by and pure-activity would return to its Maxwellian motion.

Electric field details
Magnetic field details
The figure represents 3 movements; at movement I on the left, before any current flows, the pure activity is Maxwellian. At movement A, the fastest protons appear and their moving acclivities create a onetime wave in pure-activity. Finally (on the right) the protons have all the same thrust; the current is constant, there is no change in the passing of the dynamic graded activity coincidental to the motion of the passing electrons. The crowd of MQs and MOs surrounding the wire are raked in the direction of the current and are on average inclined in that direction.

The pure-activity overall inclination is the physical implementation of the magnetic field, which is, for that matter, labeled oriented-activity in gravimotion.
Bring the pointer of your mouse over the figure to animate it. You clearly see the difference between pure-activity Maxwellian motion (Movement I on the left) and oriented-activity or magnetic field (Movements B, C, D .. on the right).
And as a reminder a magnetic field is coincidental to a constant current only. The establishment and variation of the current, described in movements I and II, engender yet different fields, which are the object of subsequent sections.

Such magnetic field interpretation doesn’t exist in physics; both gravitational and magnetic fields are "mathematical fields" in physics with no physical distinction. The point is that while physics equations involve different quantities (mass, electric charge), which have different effects, on the other hand physics’ fields (in space) do not involve any physical entity that make them behave as they do (mathematically). Gravimotion’s physical implementation of a gravitational field is radial-activity figures 4.3 and 4.4.1 and it differs from that of an electric field graded-activity, figures 4.1.6 and 5.1.1 and these 2 again differ from the magnetic field oriented-activity figure 5.3.2.
There is furthermore another complication that comes and hinders our understanding of a magnetic field as presented in physics; in physics on one hand there is the concept of flux that is of something flowing along the field arrows of the right hand rule, while that something is nevertheless not flowing anywhere as magnetic fields are static in physics!
Actually most of all fields are static in physics, as gravitational as well as electrical and magnetic fields are all static in physics. Only electromagnetic waves are dynamic fields in physics. In gravimotion all fields are dynamic.

In gravimotion’s interpretation of nature, there is no flow either within space’s pure activity. Yet there is a constant alteration of the pure-activity Maxwellian motion; besides being oriented on average in the direction of the current, the stronger the electrical current the more parallel on average the MOs inclinations are to the direction of the current.
And when that electrical current stops, the complement of the initial wave that is a decrease of MOs rather than an increase, follows; and the pure-activity returns to its Maxwellian motion, or more accurately to its subjacent motions.

Electrical particle within a magnetic field (§5.3.3)
Proton within magnetic field Now let us get to the fact that an electric particle is not set into motion when placed within a magnetic field, or that its motion is not affected by the magnetic field.
A proton or an electron thrown within such a field does not lose its balance (see balanced / unbalanced proton figure 5.1.2) as figure 5.3.3 shows.
The magnetic field that is oriented-activity in figure 5.3.2 (B, C, D etc.) spreads into pure-activity (in space) in all directions around and away from the wire, and is thinning-out while spreading. Yet the inclination only of pure-activity away from the current diminishes and far enough away from the wire returns to Maxwellian motion; while the density remains the same throughout, there is no slanting in density.
You might object that figure 5.3.1 shows there is graded activity, labeled acclivity; yet that acclivity doesn't remain still (as is §5.1 Electric field) but it is moving and its very motion is metamorphosed into oriented-activity.
That oriented activity, which is an inclination variation could possibly act as radial activity (actually in reverse) does, as that (magnetic) inclination diminishes away from the wire.
In a gravitation field though, the individual MOs inclinations and thrust vary along the radial-activity variation that is the MOs inclinations are parallel to the gravitational field own variation
In a magnetic field by contrast the individual MOs inclinations and thrust decline is occurring perpendicularly to the direction of decline of the field. A particle cannot move perpendicularly to an underlying variation of motion.
FYI, it took me an awful long time to think at this magnetic field physical implementation, as the physical experiments and contingencies are first extremely well defined then strict. The truth is that more than once I thought I found a solution to discover it was not fitting one of the many physical contingencies!

Note that the decline of orientation in pure-activity (decline of orientation of space) around the wire is coincidental to the electrical current, to the current strength and current direction! And that is a much more pragmatic image than the right hand rule!
Whereas physicists recognize that a magnetic field is engendered by a constant current, physics’ equations do not provide the physical mechanism that keeps a particle standing still within a magnetic field.

Gravimotion’s oriented-activity (orientation of space time) first provides a physical structure to the magnetic field, then it explains why the so called magnetic field has no action on an electrical particle at rest with respect to that field.
Magnets are characterized by constant currents, which must be distinguished from physics uniform motion (§5.3.4)
A magnetic field is the effect of a constant current and not the effect of a uniform current or uniform motion of protons.
In physics, uniform motion is of uniform speed and uniform direction. A constant circling motion, even though of constant rotational speed is constantly changing direction, and as such is not uniform in physics. Change in direction involves acceleration in physics.
A constant current of protons means that the protons have a constant motion thrust, while their orientation may also either constantly change (when riding a circle), or not change at all (when riding in a straight wire).
In other words a constant current may occur in a coil or within an atom.
Considering the electrons within the atoms in
figure 5.2.2
, these electrons represent a constant current, and that doesn't fit physics' definition of uniform motion.

The electrons constant motion mandates the electrons trajectories are circles and not ellipses.
Should the electrons ride ellipses their orientations would vary, and the equivalent current would no longer be constant but varying.
We will see that that distinction is of prime importance in the physical (rather than quantic) interpretation of the atom.