Neodymium magnet lifting spheres



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English: Three solid steel ball bearings (spheres) easily suspended by miniscule neodymium magnets. The lowest sphere is 3.63cm in diameter (196.1g), and is being held up by a NIB disk magnet 4mm in diameter by 1.5mm thick (0.143g). Such magnets can easily lift thousands of times their own mass.
Date 18 March 2006(2006-03-18)
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Author user:Roo72
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