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Originally posted by TheGrandWazoo
Eh, my take on this with what i can remember from school is, (i may be wrong)
a powerful magnet will draw the dipole molecule water H2O towards it.
Floating on the water is the cereal.
The cereal will look like it is being pulled by the magnet, but in reality, the magnet pulls the water below the cereal.
I would like to see the same experiment being performed without water, on some low-friction surface, for example flat ice. (In ice, the water molecules are locked in a grid and should not be attracted by the magnet)edit on 16-2-2011 by TheGrandWazoo because: spellingedit on 16-2-2011 by TheGrandWazoo because: spelling
Dudes dudes dudes .... DUDES !!!!!!!!
Time to deny some ignorance!