Hiya, I'm struggling to find/figure out some kind of intuitive explanation why it is the changing flux of the contained area that matters for Faraday's law of induction. It appears odd to me that it is the change of flux through the contained area that matters, rather than the flux that goes through the loop/wire itself. Why would the electrons in the loop be affected when more/less flux passes straight through the middle of the loop, possibly in a region that doesn't even touch the wire? Would something like a galaxy sized loop still display this behavior? That sounds bizarre Does anyone have a good explanation? Thanks!