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## Main Question or Discussion Point

This is a question that has kept me awake, trying to rationalise it:

Current is rate-of-change-of-flux (or charge if you prefer, which is the same thing):

i = dQ/dt

Therefore, flux or charge is the time integral of the current.

Q = ∫i dt

Therefore, if you have a direct current, does this not imply that the flux/charge at a given point in the circuit keeps on growing indefinitely??

Current is rate-of-change-of-flux (or charge if you prefer, which is the same thing):

i = dQ/dt

Therefore, flux or charge is the time integral of the current.

Q = ∫i dt

Therefore, if you have a direct current, does this not imply that the flux/charge at a given point in the circuit keeps on growing indefinitely??