These errors of the modern theory of electricity are connected with the fact that only now physical science, and first of all, quantum physics, began to clarify the nature of the charges of electrons and positrons.
It turned out that there are no specific electric charges in nature, because an electron - by 2/3 of its volume - is a magnetic dipole of the north pole, called a minus, and a positron is a magnetic dipole of the south pole, called a plus. Each charge generates 1/3 of the volume of the magnetic induction of the opposite pole.
Moreover, a larger magnetic charge is considered an electric charge, and a smaller magnetic charge is considered to be the magnetic component of the charges, which, when current flows in the conductor, generates speraloid lines of magnetic induction.
How Faraday discovered the conduction current
Red gravitons generate a magnetic field.
Yellow gravitons generate an electric field.
The blue torus, rotating like a toroid, generates a charge value.
The blue torus, rotating like a wheel, generates the color of a photon.
Two hundred years ago, Faraday set an experiment where the motion of a magnet in an inductor generates a current in a galvanometer.
Today, understanding this experiment, we have to conclude: the current theory of conduction current is erroneous because the basis of this theory is the motion of free electrons with immobile ions.
The experience of Faraday shows that the current is formed by the motion of both negative and positive charges.