If you were trying to explain to kids how EM Waves really look in nature, what would you show? None of these common graphics below are perfect. If you wanted to show comprehensive depiction of transverse EM Waves from the sun, from a laser pointer, from a radio / wifi transmission tower, how accurate are these? 1. Most common wifi logo also most misleading and looks like nothing. 2. Better wifi cartoon but wifi signal looks like Longitudinal Sound Waves, coming at you in same direction as Force or Motion. Missing are Electromagnetic Transverse Waves that follow Right Hand Rule. 3. Above Transverse depicts EM Waves, but most cartoons of EM Waves from sun or star fail to show full Right Hand Rule or Magnetic Field 90 degrees from Electric Field perpendicular from Direction of Motion, so kids again think EM Waves from sun must be Longitudinal hitting your face in direction of Motion not Transverse which radiate 90 degrees from Motion. 4. Right Hand Rule is great for kids but I never see it applied to wifi logos. 5. Many EM Wave graphics like this one are great explaining how they move but are really hard to imagine in nature. I imagine water ripples radiating away from pebble thrown into pond, but that fails to capture whole EM wave, like which ripple is magnetic and how is it 90 degrees perpendicular from electric? 6. This NASA video is great explaining EM spectrum, and above graphic is great showing various waves hitting us constantly, from sun, TV, phone, microwave, etc. But above waves don't show right hand rule, so how could we add magnetic 90 degrees from electric waves and what would that look like? 7. I like above transmission of radio wave better than other wifi logos, as this clearly shows wavelength amplitude is 90 degrees perpendicular to Direction of Motion, so that helps picture how it must look in nature. It also looks like a real image from an Oscilloscope. 8. I like above photo suggesting transmission tower (or star) source in center, with EM waves radiating out in concentric rings, yet within each ring we see 90 degree perpendicular pink and blue lines suggesting Electric Field and Magnetic Field, so this image is more accurate than a typical wifi logo. Since images only capture one second in time, I have trouble imagining how EM waves look over time as they radiate out from sun or wifi tower, 90 degrees from Direction of Motion. An oscilloscope captures radio waves AM amplitude and FM frequency, but what do EM waves from the sun look like over a minute? Do you know better, more comprehensive images or videos? None of these are good enough.