Hello everyone, first time posting in here. Heres a question, in Lenz's Law, it states that the current produced will be opposite of the motion that created it. This is done by the repulsion or attraction force created by the solenoid to counter the motion of the magnet. Now, without the work done created by the solenoid's counter poles to the magnet's motion and it overcoming it, there can be no current due to the conservation of energy. But without a current how does the solenoid form an electromagnet with the poles to counter the magnet's motion. Hence which one came first, the current that produces the electromagnet, or the poles of the electromagnet that causes work done thereby creating current.