Do Magnetic Monopoles exist? That is to say, is their a possibility that the Magnetic Flux will not be equal to zero as according to Maxwell's Electromagnetic Equations, but to equal a value which would serve to be what is called a Magnetic charge in which are the characteristics of the entirely theoretical Magnetic Monopoles? And to say if Magnetic Monopoles do exist, would their force be similar to the Gravitational force? Given that all magnets act similar to gravitating bodies, though not to similar due that the Magnetic moments of attracting bodies have to align. If their was only one pole being that of a Magnetic Monopole, their would not be a magnetic moment, but only an attractive force? If not familiar with the term magnetic moment. Magnetic moment is the net Magnetic fields of Orbitting Electrons about the Atoms of the object? Among all objects the Magnetic Moment is zero. For Permanent Magnets the Magnetic Moment is basically the Magnetic Field brought from the Permanent Magnet. Ferromagnetic Materials may become temporary magnets with their Magnetic Moment being a value not zero? Is the search for Magnetic Monopoles a current research Area? I am farely new at this. And am trying to create discussion. So correct me if you wish, and inform me as you like please.