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My levitating coil

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posted on Jul, 6 2004 @ 05:13 PM
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This is a very interesting phenomena it has still not been fully explained by science.







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Please note i do not take any responsibility for people getting injured trying to copy this, do at your own risk!

[edit on 6-7-2004 by ufo3]




posted on Jul, 6 2004 @ 05:15 PM
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What's so amazing about it?
It's just an electromagnetic field with polar repulsion....


edit; It's just like putting two magnets ontop of each other and making them float... Or using magnetic rings and putting them down a pole...

Also, the wires do not overheat because of the 'current/wire' ratio, but the resistance ratios of the power supply and the wires....

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posted on Jul, 6 2004 @ 06:35 PM
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Originally posted by browha
What's so amazing about it?
It's just an electromagnetic field with polar repulsion....


edit; It's just like putting two magnets ontop of each other and making them float... Or using magnetic rings and putting them down a pole...

Also, the wires do not overheat because of the 'current/wire' ratio, but the resistance ratios of the power supply and the wires....

[edit on 6-7-2004 by browha]


Firstly i dont think this is amazing ,simply very interesting.

Secondly,since power=voltage*current ,transmitting power at a higher voltage means a lower current and, therefore , less power wasted as heat because of my wires line resistance.



posted on Jul, 7 2004 @ 01:44 AM
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umm yess...... and your point is?
They use that principle already in the pylons you see taking (is it 22kV?) to your home...
I dont find it particularly interesting either... It's just simple magnetic repulsion...

What you've done in your thing is short circuit the mains =) Not good for you.



posted on Jul, 7 2004 @ 04:45 AM
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Originally posted by browha
What you've done in your thing is short circuit the mains =) Not good for you.

In case anyone else here hasn't realized,
  this is simply a 'degauss coil' like those used by tv repair folk
  to remove magnetic footprints on the CRT screen.

from Notes on the Troubleshooting and Repair of Computer and Video Monitors :

Commercial CRT Degaussers are available from parts distributors...
...and consist of a hundred or so turns of magnet wire
in a 6-12 inch coil. They include a line cord and momentary switch. You
flip on the switch, and bring the coil to within several inches of the
screen face. Then you slowly draw the center of the coil toward one edge
of the screen and trace the perimeter of the screen face. Then return to
the original position of the coil being flat against the center of the
screen. Next, slowly decrease the field to zero by backing straight up
across the room as you hold the coil. When you are farther than 5 feet
away you can release the line switch.

...X...

It looks really cool to do this while the CRT is powered. The kids will
love the color effects.


Plugging into the mains is *precisely* what it is intended for,
  but it seems the coil described here needs a few more windings for the voltage.

As LCD screens predominate, this will become join other 'forgotten technologies',
  lost in legend and conjured into becoming yet another 'suppressed free energy' myth.

...X...



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