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That would make sense to me.. sense the earth has several altitudes of mountain tops so some may be closer somewhat to the moon and the closer we are together the moon and the earth, I think the gravity becomes stronger... I would think that the magnets may become heavier.. if the gravity were increased here..I think we get lighter the higher up we go so my guess would be yes that they might become heavier to to the pressure of more gravity pushing them down..I think!
I think that the major consideration wouldn't be the strength of the Earth's magnetic field but its dip angle. Around the magnetic equator the magnetic field lines will be running pretty much parallel to the Earth's surface and so would tend to make the magnets move horizontally rather than vertically, which wouldn't affect their weight at all. It's only towards the magnetic poles where they start to point downwards.They look like a nice pair of magnets sheepy - where did you get them, if you don't mind me asking?
You're welcome.Love the lavalamp by the way....is that Escher wallpaper ?
Quote from: neilep on 05/08/2009 13:24:31You're welcome.Love the lavalamp by the way....is that Escher wallpaper ?what are you talking about.. what lava lamp and wall paper?
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What abouQuote from: neilep on 05/08/2009 15:02:08What about me ?...I spent all of...wow...2 minutes doing this !!mine is good too....mine mine mine mine mine mine mine !!!![attachment=9325]LOL...Yes indeedy so... I like the red and blue lava lamp and the background with the time stamp is lovely also! Very nice indeedy!
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