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Michael Faraday discovered in 1831, that if an electric conductor, is moved through a magnetic field, an electric current will flow (be induced) in it, phenomena named electromagnetic induction.
The third experiment presented in the book will be dedicated to ,,charging by contact induction”, in order to make clear that even this antique experiment is without a logical explanation in actual orthodox physics.
A electroscope is not a capacitor,
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It depends what capacity means for you. An electroscope does not have a capacity as a capacitor has; the foils are in contact so no ,,opposite" charge accumulate on them. In the frame of actual theory, both foil can be simultaneously negative or simultaneously positive. The capacitor is completely different: a plate is positive and the other is negative.