I am aware of the apperent presence of electrons on the [flat, top] base of an antenna such as one on a radio. I took the time to obtain a magnet with moderate strength. I placed the magnet about a centimeter away from the [flat] base of the antenna and found it vibrated. As I decreased the difference in distance between the magnet and the base of the antenna, I found that the antenna would increase in its rate of vibration. I am no physicist, but a curious explorer, therefore I know not what these observations are the products of. I have therefore reported it here in the hope that it will be explained. Thank you.