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Wednesday May 11, 2005 4:20 pm

British Scientists Anti-Gravity Machine

Posted by Andru Edwards - Categories: Misc. Tech

Anti-Gravity MachineBritish scientists have put together an anti-gravity machine which has the ability to levitate heavy stones, coins, and other metals in the air. Using a powerful magnet, the anti-gravity machine uses diamagnetism, which essentially means that you can place non-magnetic object into a powerful magnetic field, which then causes the object to take on a weak magnetic force of its own. While the levitation technology isn’t new, it has certainly never been at a point where it could lift objects like lumps of metal and heavy stones before. One step closer to that levitating Segway I have been wanting.

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