Pretty cool experiment

A simple but interesting experiment using only a battery, a magnet and a wire.

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-7 1. evil666 commented 11 years ago

ok a. astiiiiiiiiiiig 8-)
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+5 2. Napper commented 11 years ago

So battery and a little magnet?
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+7 3. banzemanga commented 11 years ago

Well the experiment seems fun but the wire bedding looks tedious.
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+6 4. Petra commented 11 years ago


Bigger wire.... bigger magnet... Bigger battery. Heh heh
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+18 5. Blade69 commented 11 years ago

Oh thanx, I know how to fly my spaceship now :D
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0 6. admirer commented 11 years ago

coolll :O
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+2 7. spamcop commented 11 years ago

It's called Maxwell's homopolar motor.
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+3 8. BombDiggady commented 11 years ago

Yay, a mini motor
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+3 9. Ivor commented 8 years ago

i expected it to fly :D
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+2 10. mydixiewrecked commented 7 years ago

its the beginning of a flux capacitor.
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-1 11. loadrunner commented 7 years ago

Who dares to combine a 500kv Teslacoil and a 50k Gause magnet.