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  1. #1 magnetic space suit and electromagnetic tiles 
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    I want to engineer a room that has electromagnetic tiles on the floor and the surface of these tiles would be polarized south. i also want to create a suit that has various magnetic metals on the suit placed in specific anatomical positions and the surface of these metals would be polarized north. if calibrated correctly this could be used in space to pull down the person in the suit and allow the user to walk freely in a spacecraft. this would cause the person to use their muscles more often and the bones would have pressure on them. I believe this would either slow down or halt the process of bone and muscle loss. it isnt a complete solution but its a new approach to solving the problem of body degredation while in space. i believe it could work if i had a sponsor or some funds and a team of people who could help out i believe it is an ingenious idea. leave me any comments opinions or questions if you dont completely understand.

    my email is The_mag_suit_11@hotmail.com
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    for a short term mission muscle and bone degeneration is not a large problem. however on a long spaceflight, polarizing tiles and keeping them that way is not cost effective compared to spinning the living compartment to generate artificial gravity via centrifugal force.

    the only place this might be usefull is for a permanent or long term stay on the moon. even then, if you're not planning on coming back then you don't have to worry about slight degradation of the muscles or bones.


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    just a question for you to answer yourself i know the answer. Are magnet's strength greater than gravity
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