I Request about experiments on the linear-motion Faraday paradox

sure , that is what I said , but if magnet moves linearly together with conductor and the circuit that closes the loop moves with a different speed then there is current in the loop, well there should be.
but what about when we ignore circuits and just focus on polarization within the conductor, which I've mentioned a few times
well I think there is polarization , charged particles experience a force when they move through a magnetic field , any magnetic field for that matter.

But I haven't done any such experiments nor measured the polarization so then you would have to ask people with experience

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