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#8 What manner of sorcery is this???
Don't know, haven't tried it yet.BTW, you only have to submit your comment one time.
Basically a homopolar motor.
Magnet underneath table would be “magic”None of the batteries make a complete circuit.Most forks are cheap china “stainless” Has to be under the table as they show it’s not from above. 🏴☠️Bert
Since all the batteries are doing is holding the forks down (+ poles all up) then likely a magnetic field under the table?
Simple, they just reversed the video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nPcCKM7RyDU
The video is reversed, and I will bet there is are airguns off camera to spin up the coin
#5-there is a potential bit of fun with a gal that has that level control over her muscles! 🏴☠️Bert
It's called running the video backwards
must be a magnet under the table - there is no flowing electrons here, no current, no closed circuit, so it can't be forming any sort of electromagnet.
a magnet falling through a copper tube seems to defy gravity and borders on witchcraft though.
I imagine it a reversed film where the last thing actually done is remove a battery after the coin has stopped spinning.
Great collection, Ken.
[rocketride]Whatever is going on has nothing to do with the square of forks and the batteries. Those batteries are sending no electrical current anywhere since each battery's negative terminal is contacting the forks and the positive terminals are touching nothing except air-- and even if they were touching in such a way as to make a circuit, it would be a direct current circuit and could mot cause the coin's antics.I'm guessing that the coin is a Canadian nickel (which actually contains enough of that metal to be ferromagnetic) and that there are some electromagnet coils under the tabletop.
Coins aren't magnetic.
Pure Nickle is magnetic. Just like pure Cobalt is magnetic. Most coins today are not pure, but alloys. I am not an expert, but I suspect that at one time, a Nickle was made of pure Nickle.
[rocketride]The vast majority of coins from around the world are indeed not 'magnetic' I.e., either they do not interact with magnets or they are very weakly repelled by them (AKA 'diamagnetic'). Canadian Nickles, due to having sufficient quantities of the metal (Nickel**) for which they are named (unlike US Nickles), are attracted to magnets and thus are the best-known exception to the rule, at least in North America.* Note the difference between the spelling of the coin name and the element name.
I can’t see it with enough clarity to confirm it’s a coin. My first thought is that it’s knockout from a metal electrical box. Buddha
#10: BLM (Black Labs Matter) comes to Dogworld...
#4 What am I missing here?
#9 Hope the girl survived.
#8 - Don't see how this could possibly work. When you try it let us know what happens.
#2, had the good fortune of seeing a ship get launched it person once, quite spectacular#7 you go officer!#10 I know dogs are man's best friend but I guess they're not too good of friends with other dogs though
I don't *think* that is real: all negative poles on the forks. Having said that, where'd I put all my D batteries....?
#10 Black Dogs Matter ?
#10, Black Labs Matter.
10: Another black on white assault.
Black dawgs matter........
#4That school of bait fish are obviously being chased by a predator or predators.Tim in AK
#3: As she approached the water, she was clearly trying to kiss her own ass goodbye.
#1 I think drunk playtime got a little rough.
#9. Yep stupid is supposed to hurt. Sure hope she’s walking ok after that? But she’s young, or was.
I tried it. I couldn't get it to work. That doesn't mean it won't work. Nemo
#10 what are friends or siblings for?
#1 Tong, Twang. Bet she thought she could run her mouth and get away with it. Wrong.
#7 Nothing shaking on Shakedown Street, ya just gotta poke around....Don't tell me this town ain't got no heart....
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