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We all know that magnetism will attract certain materials, and we also know that it will attract some better than others... but does anyone know of a method for attracting plastic.

« Last Edit: 19/10/2008 09:25:14 by chris »


 

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But certainly, some sort of electro-static charge. Over to you, Daveshorts!
 

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Is there an equivalent of a "magnet" for attracting plastic?
« Reply #9 on: 21/10/2008 00:43:06 »
use songbird to play music, and the music will make you move, and the movement will create friction, an the friction will create energy, and the energy can be use to attract plastic.  ;D
 

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