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Thread: Magnetics and the effects of hot and cold

  1. #1 Magnetics and the effects of hot and cold 
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    I has recently came up with a theory that if 2 magnets of opposite polarity are frozen to 5 Kelvin, the magnetic field will get stronger.
    If you add a hot object in the middle of the magnetic field what will the result be?
    I do know that very hot temperatures can remove the magnetic field from a permanent magnet.

    In a few days I plan to do the experiment.

    If it makes a magnetic free bubble around the hot object i want to see the effect of manipulating the magnetic field around it.

    If not I want to try changing the material and trying again.

    Basically I want to try to see if i can make the hot object in the middle to produce a reverse gravitational force.

    Lets see.

    I will post the results on the forum.


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    It seems like the wise thing to do if about to carry out such an experiment that makes such boastful claims on so little information would be to stay quiet until after you've done it. That way, if successful you're a hero to science. If unsuccessful you haven't embarrased yourself infront of a global audience. I will keep an eye on the papers, New Scientist etc, maybe you'll surprise me.


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  4. #3 I would like to use CST. 
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    CST is a program that does experiment simulations.
    It's expensive to use but it will show the results before doing the experiment for real.
    It would save having an accident.
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