Magnetic fields

Scientists from NASA's Space Sciences Laboratory uses sound controlled CGI to make magnetic fields visible

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+34 1. loadrunner commented 10 years ago

Do boobies have a magnetic field too? my eyes keep to be atracted to them
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+10 2. TrollyAtsam commented 10 years ago

Thanks for posting this! Amazing.
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+5 3. tsar911 commented 10 years ago

what's so funny about ingrown hair similarity?? 00:45
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+5 4. stmp300 commented 10 years ago

Thats so cool and unusual :O
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+4 5. Denaro commented 10 years ago

what the f*ck snotr. Why are there ads with audio on loop? And more importantly, why the hell is it the Kardashians? fml.
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+1 6. moese commented 10 years ago

gotta love CGI that explains invisible phenomena!
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+6 7. irishgek commented 10 years ago

Eh Invisible ? What about a plate of iron filings with a magnet under it ?

#5 Ad block ?
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+1 8. ringmaster commented 10 years ago

This was kinda scary. #5, if the Kardashians pop up, just enjoy it.
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+1 9. cyberdevil commented 10 years ago

Pure awesomeness.
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-1 10. cretia commented 10 years ago

FAIL .If anyone know anything about magnets ,the first rule is no magnetic lines cross each other