What is an electric field??? If you have just one point charge of 1 Coulomb in the entire universe, and you look at the magnetic field at a foot away vs a mile away, I maintain there is no difference that anyone can explain. Sure the equations say there's a difference but to me, it's an infinite field and as such, what creates the difference in field? Certainly not the distance between waves since it's infinitely small. Is it like electronics amplitude. So an inch away the amplitude in an inch tall but a mile away the amplitude is much less? Or is it because of some magical thing that no one understands and the only way we see it and describe it is because of it's affect on what's place at these points in the field? Please don't bother answering with equations. I've seen enough. I would like an explanation in words please. I believe no one knows what a field is. They know how to describe it, how it interacts on other matter but not why and how? Correct me if I am wrong.