I seem to be unable to confirm to myself what's really going here. Basically, we have a rectangular shaped magnet with north and south at opposite ends. A steel ball bearing is placed to the left of the magnet where it is equidistant from the north and south ends. Consequently, a force pushes the ball to the centre of the magnet. From my knowledge of Fleming's left hand rule and induction, a current needs to be present for forces to occur, however I do not see where the currents are. Is there a current in the magnet?