Changing fields

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A changing magnetic field creates a non conservative electric field. If the changing magnetic field is accelerating(2nd derivative in non-zero) the electric field must also be changing. Would this mean that the changing electric field is producing a magnetic field.

Depending on the order of derivative this could continue indefinitely.

B=e^t for example.....
 

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Bill_K
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Sure, that's the way that electromagnetic waves work!
 

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