Subject: Do magnets weigh less at the magnetic poles of the Earth?
Date: Tue Oct 28 13:23:49 2008
Posted by Glen
Grade level: nonaligned
School: engineering industry
City: Birmingham State/Province: No state entered.
Area of science: Physics
If a 1 kilo magnet weighs = 1 kilo at equator....does it weigh more or less,
if near magnetic North or South poles?.. does the magnetism add to the weight
normally given by Earths attraction to the mass of the magnet??
Re: Do magnets weigh less at the magnetic poles of the Earth?
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