Question about Lenz Law. When a magnet is moved towards a coil, it produces a current in the coil. The current flows in the coil in the direction which produces an "induced" magnetic field that pushes away the motion of the approaching magnet. Faster the magnet approaches, bigger the current and the larger the induced magnetic field. Suppose Lenz Law was exactly the opposite: When you move a magnet towards a coil, the induced magnetic field pulls the magnet closer. What do you think would happen?"