How is the Sun powered?

The Sun is powered by an attractive magnetic field which I theorize ultimately comes from the holes near the poles. The Sun is made of an iron/nickel/cobalt alloy (invar) which is highly magnetic and easily induced (magnetically soft). This means that it changes its magnetic polarity to whatever is the polarity of the nearest magnetic field. This is Lenz’s law and creates a repulsion between the side of the Sun and the magnetic field from the Earth’s pole nearest to the Sun, causing the Sun to move up and down. This movement in a magnetic field is the basis of all modern electrical power generation – induction.

metallic disk lenz law
(Click to animate). The Sun moves up and starts to flip due an opposing magnetic field being induced on the side nearest to the magnetic field – eddy currents.
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