Induction has always been produced by a coil spinning within magnets or magnets spinning around a coil of conducting material. Question is ...MIGHT it be possible for induction to be created by substituting magnets for the coil? That is magnets orbiting magnets. I don't want to get bogged down in answers of conventional ways of doing things being the only way its done, thats why the caps on MIGHT above. I could be wrong but the way I see it is the magnets play the primary role in induction and the coil merely accepts the charge that the magnetic field inducts it with. The coil has no FORCE inherently like the magnet does, so thats the basis for my perception. I know zilch about electronics, there may be those of you that do. Thanx for any light on the subject.