Ok, from the big bang, to the Stars, as radiation to the plants, eaten by animals that I just had for supper...no really. Everything has electrons. Magnets are always surrounded by a field. Use the M field to induce current into a wire, now you have E and M fields. We can use electricity to generate a magnetic field. We can use a magnet to generate electricity. We can even use an elctomagnet to do the same. Something is missing. Where does the original fields draw energy from? Think about it. I don't want the easy textbook answer. It's always, it's just already there...come on. No it's not. You can't tell me that if I wake up one morning and start moving a magnet over a wire, it will make electricity indefinitely, with no deterioration of the magnet. That would mean that the magnet has an infinite field stregnth. Not likely. So really, where does it come from?