Im trying to compare, visually in my head, the difference between transmitting data vs something like radio or microwaves vs how inductance and capacitance. I understand that the way the wave is modulated for example, AM or FM, can be interpreted as 0s or 1s. Im trying to compare this to "transmitting power" via inductance or capacitance. Where in inductances for example, a magnetic field created by an electric current, is "converted" to an electric current on the other "side". In the "data transmission" case, energy transmitted from a source, through a medium, is actually energy being transferred from the source atoms to atoms in the medium, until the energy reaches the destination atoms. In the "wireless power transmission" case, energy from the source is ???, recycled through a circuit, but in doing so, it creates a disturbance called a magnetic field which has the "same" effect on the other "side". But a magnetic field is in essence a transfer of energy between subatomic particles? But actually electricity is derived from magnetism? Because "electricity" defined as a form of energy resulting from the existence of charged particles. So in "wireless power transmission", movement from those particles is causing the energy to be "received" on the other side. Yet "wpt" is so "short distance" compared to "data transmission".