Heyo! Okay, I always assumed when two "magnetic" objects attract/repel there is always a limit to how much force! Each magnetic object applies. Say you have a ceramic magnet and a electromagnet. You build a classic old motor. Now there is a force between the two, As you increase the (Power) fed to the electromagnet it increases the force between them. But the magnet on the other hand is constant. It has a certain value that can not change. I noticed that all permanent magnets have a "limit" to the amount of force it can apply to push/pull/flip any magnetic object. Each pole of a permanent magnet, has a certain value (x) I call the limit. The limit to the amount of FORCE that pole can apply. Have I comprehended this correctly? There is always a limit value of force a magnet's pole can apply to attract/repel another magnetic object?