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The current, interpreted as a "movement of electrons through electric conductor"
is a dogma, an obstacle in the research and manufacture of battery.
The electricity are vector properties, the electrical polarities of atoms,
demonstrated by Stephen Gray's experiment of 1729.
Energy is vector interactions, stored in batteries, transported in conductors,
or centripetal and centrifugal in space.
In the electric conductor only the information is propagates, the orientation of the atoms with their polarities.
The atom's property of altering the orientation of polarities in the structure, at external actions,
makes the difference between the conductor and the insulator,
between propagating and nonpropagating the orientation of the polarities.
The current of polarities logically demonstrates Kirchhoff's laws.