Subject: Would this constitute defying gravity?
Date: Fri Sep 21 19:44:21 2001
Posted by Brett
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Area of science: Physics
Suppose I had an empty box which was 1 cubic foot. Now suppose the entire top
side of the box (one square foot) was a magnet with it's positive side facing
the interior of the box, and the bottom of the box was also a magnet with it's
positive side facing the interior of the box. If I were to place a 1 square
foot plate of metal between them, would it stay suspended in the center of the
Re: Would this constitute defying gravity?
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