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Levitation in the laboratory

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by tony23, Apr 8, 2012.

  1. tony23

    tony23 Regular Member

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    Can't believe I missed this when it came out,
     
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    There's a whole lotta unknowns goin' on in that video, I call BS lol....
     
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    it can be done with electrostatic repulsion, or with strong enough magnetic fields
     
  4. tony23

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    No. it's true read here humans will be next....."Lifting a human would require a magnet several metres across, though it would not have to produce a more intense magnetic field. "You would have to be lying down, rather than standing. It might cost about pounds 1m," the professor said".
     
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    its simple ,the base you are seeing is made of heavy magnet .same as small but enough powerful magnet is either sicked or inside the frog placed
     
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    Its not a trick, the professor won a nobel prize ffs...