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    Well, i'm working on a new project that involves anti gravity and as moronic as I am i'm in need of help for a maybe simple explanation for an anti gravity platform device. I'm very aware of the fact that it has to be plugged in and most likely involves electromagnets and electromagnetic fields but future explanation on placement and magnet types would be very much appreciated. A simple request of an explanation that doesn't dumb it down for me would also be very much appreciated. I'm very comprehensive so no need to dumb it down. THANKS IN ADVANCE~


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    There is no way to make an anti-gravity field.

    If you are simply using electromagnets, the you could equally consider aeroplanes to be anti-gravity devices.


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    Quote Originally Posted by RedPanda View Post
    There is no way to make an anti-gravity field.

    If you are simply using electromagnets, the you could equally consider aeroplanes to be anti-gravity devices.
    You can find this device on youtube, ( anti gravity magnetic field ) but i think this would clarify my intentions { tealco(.) net /levitron2011.jpg }remove brackets and space to view image
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    I think you might need an anti-gullibility field. Magnets are no more "anti-gravity" than rope is.

    But Google is your friend:
    Spin-stabilized magnetic levitation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    How to Build a Magnetic Levitating Top
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aritzia View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by RedPanda View Post
    There is no way to make an anti-gravity field.

    If you are simply using electromagnets, the you could equally consider aeroplanes to be anti-gravity devices.
    You can find this device on youtube, ( anti gravity magnetic field ) but i think this would clarify my intentions { tealco(.) net /levitron2011.jpg }remove brackets and space to view image
    Mate. You do not rely on YouTube, for science or anything else. (Magnets are a great favourite with cranks, as it happens, so be careful.)

    But I've had a quick look at "tealco" and what you have there is a simple science toy, that uses magnetic repulsion to lift an object. This is all fine, but as Strange points out, repelling magnets merely do the same thing as a physical support, except that you can't see the support as it is a field. It is not "anti-gravity". There is more about magnetic levitation here: Magnetic levitation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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    Quote Originally Posted by exchemist View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Aritzia View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by RedPanda View Post
    There is no way to make an anti-gravity field.

    If you are simply using electromagnets, the you could equally consider aeroplanes to be anti-gravity devices.
    You can find this device on youtube, ( anti gravity magnetic field ) but i think this would clarify my intentions { tealco(.) net /levitron2011.jpg }remove brackets and space to view image
    Mate. You do not rely on YouTube, for science or anything else. (Magnets are a great favourite with cranks, as it happens, so be careful.)

    But I've had a quick look at "tealco" and what you have there is a simple science toy, that uses magnetic repulsion to lift an object. This is all fine, but as Strange points out, repelling magnets merely do the same thing as a physical support, except that you can't see the support as it is a field. It is not "anti-gravity". There is more about magnetic levitation here: Magnetic levitation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    All right, my label for the device was very misleading and i apologize. I only meant how the device works in a general sense of the perspective based on the person. I know it isn't anti-gravity in literal terms and that they're mere magnets repelling off each other through opposing forces in an equilibrium. So here i rephrase. What are the magnet types used to create such an equilibrium to create such a perseverance that one can see it as " anti gravity " because the thing that confused me is that an electromagnetic field is used in the equilibrium to hold the floating magnet still. Once again i apologize.
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    Quote Originally Posted by exchemist View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Aritzia View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by RedPanda View Post
    There is no way to make an anti-gravity field.

    If you are simply using electromagnets, the you could equally consider aeroplanes to be anti-gravity devices.
    You can find this device on youtube, ( anti gravity magnetic field ) but i think this would clarify my intentions { tealco(.) net /levitron2011.jpg }remove brackets and space to view image
    Mate. You do not rely on YouTube, for science or anything else. (Magnets are a great favourite with cranks, as it happens, so be careful.)

    But I've had a quick look at "tealco" and what you have there is a simple science toy, that uses magnetic repulsion to lift an object. This is all fine, but as Strange points out, repelling magnets merely do the same thing as a physical support, except that you can't see the support as it is a field. It is not "anti-gravity". There is more about magnetic levitation here: Magnetic levitation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Read my reply to exchemist, it'll also be referring to you and again i apologize to my misleading incompetence towards my perspective on the toy.
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