posted on Apr, 9 2007 @ 09:11 AM
If you watch the video, the levitating card only moves in two dimensions, up, and toward/away from the camera.
If you've ever tried to levitate magnets, you know how hard it is to align the intended "floater". It wants to slide off and fall in any direction
rather than stay balanced.
Yet this guy has absolutely NO trouble keeping the card from wobbling and flopping aside in an unintended direction . . . .
It looks superficially
like an application of Coulomb's law,
but the filmer invokes
"Anti Gravity" instead.
IF this were so easily practice, just a few desktop items, you'd think I'd have inadvertant gravity-wells all over my desk, which is insanely
cluttered. And I carry a cellphone everywhere, and AA batteries as well, how come this never happened in my pocket or briefcase.
If this was "zero gravity," wouldn't there be a small cloud of dust collect in the "g spot," as tiny particles in the air "fall" into the