All right...so you guys can recite stuff but you can't implement that stuff into a little puzzle and see if it has a solution. You don't actually know what happens to the electricity moving through an electric motor, do you...you think it gets used up inside the construction and nothing comes out the other end.
All right, take it another way...alternating current in a wire creates an electric field around the wire, and if nothing is feeding off the current in the wire, the current is just moving forward and backward and not really going anywhere at all, and yet the field continuously spreads away from the wire because that's just the way stuff works. Just one photon/electron/charge carrier/whatever you prefer to call it - just one worth of width moving one worth of distance in the wire means all move one space forward and backward creating an electric field. Just one little movement...
If the wire holds x amount of photons/electrons/charge carriers/whatever you want to call them, this means x + 1 then x - 1 is all it takes to create and electric field.
Or would you prefer 3,000 words and still not be able to answer the question:
Can the charge be looped back into the process where just one more part creates motion?
If you would rather keep going on and on about the identity of something, then I won't respond and take my + 1 out of your loop and you stand still lol.
But thanks for playing