Can anybody elaborate on the insulating fluid, or point me to a good source which can? This is why I ask: First, we must remember that the Earth is rotating at about 1,666 km/h about its axis. Second, the Earth is orbiting the sun at about 107,000 km/h. The sun is moving through space at about 792,000 km/h. And, it is claimed that the center of our Milky Way Galaxy is hurling through space at about 2,000,000 km/h. But ultimately, nothing is stationary. So... "If a stationary point charge, whether it be a positive or a negative charge, exhibits an electric field, and a moving charge creates a magnetic field, then how can this be true if we are already moving through space at phenonemenal speeds? You see, even though point charges are stationary from our point of view, in reality they are moving through space at phenomenal speeds. So, if the 'supposedly' stationary point charge exhibits an electric field, then exactly what is the electric field given that the point charges are not stationary?" And, no, this is not me constructing or promoting my own theory. This is based on experiments performed and accepted by the community by Sir William Crookes. I'm looking for some intelligent follow ups to Crooke's ideas.