OK, so my last post seemed meaningless. Can anyone help with this, I understand some of you say current moves from the positive terminal of a battery to the negative terminal and some say the opposite. Lets say it is positive to negative just for this question. If I have a battery that the positive terminal is on the right and negative on the left. I wind 2 coils, 1 clockwise and the other counterclockwise, other than that the same starting point and same ending point and I place both coils in the between the battery terminals, positive right and negative left. The 2 coils will have opposite magnetic fields, so if the current is moving from positive to negative only and creating different magnetic fields based on the coil winding clockwise or counterclockwise, how can it be said that the magnetic field is the only determining factor of what direction the current is moving? In both coils the current is starting and ending at the same points, just rotating in different directions.