Hello everyone, I am chad hale. I am a student at Mesa Community College. I have learned that there is no insulation for magnetic lines of flux. I understand the Meissner effect; super cooled metals passing through a transition stage becoming super conducting. I understand that lines of flux never cross and as the lines radiate outward they spread apart. I would like to learn more about magnetic compression, and the super diamagnetic properties of annealed pyrolytic graphene (χ = −4×10−4) against the cleavage plane, exhibiting the greatest diamagnetism (by weight) of any room-temperature diamagnet. I wonder if this material can be applied to improve electromagnetic motors. Instead of brass, use a sheath of annealed pyrolytic graphene around the motor. I would guess that this could compress the magnetic field and increase the density of the magnetic field. I would love to experiment with this to see if the output/efficiencies of electromagnetic motors can be improved.