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"A startup company in Hunstville, Ala. has revealed an invention that can reconfigure the charges of magnets in never-before-seen patterns, a breakthrough that may lead to new varieties of contact-free attachments and friction-free gears. The company, Correlated Magnetics Research (CMR), creates magnets that, instead of carrying a positive charge on one end and a negative on the other, have complex field patterns that can be used to attract corresponding magnetic fields. When the correlated patterns on two magnets match, they attract and clasp. With a simple turn, the correlation is lost and the two sides can be easily separated. "
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Two handheld smart magnets mounted on handles clasp
together tightly, but when they are twisted they come apart.
no complex pole arrangement should be needed.
because the 2nd law of thermodynamics people will come here
and copy and paste a bunch of reasons why it wouldnt work.
Technically it was impossible for their
to be "frictionless" anything
that would be a free-energy concept.
I always thought free energy, if it ever
happened it would be done with magnets.
Could this possibility help quantum computer
processors to keep the right state?