First, I'm not interested in numbers or the general math behind this. I know how to split voltage into some particular value(s). But what is actually going on?
I get Kirchoff's Voltage Law, or at least in terms of numbers. But how do the "electrons" know, where to drop which amount of energy?
Let's say I've got two 1000 ohm resistors in series and 6V DC source.
Well the voltage just between the resistors will be 3V, the electrons lost half of their energy.
If there were 3 of those resistors, it would be 2V.
This "voltage drop" is determined by "what is about to come" after the resistor.
How is that possible?
The resistors are always the same but they still "eat" different amount of volts based on the entire circuit, not just on themselves.
How do the "electrons" know how to distribute their energy?