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If there really was a magnet that could levitate a person would it not screw up the person too ?
QuoteIf there really was a magnet that could levitate a person would it not screw up the person too ?Na they said they tried it on a fish and then on a Frog and i'm sure the Frog would have told them if he felt any different. PS IF YOU CAN READ THIS YOUR TO CLOSE TO YOUR MONITOR
The magnets they used to use on the necks of CRTs were very powerful and made of a 'ferrite' material which is light and brittle. Similar material as used on AM portable radios....ferrite rod aerial.
...Apart from one of them (promethium) which is radioactive and decays away, they are not that rare. Only 2 of them get used much in magnets Samarium alloyed with cobalt and neodymium alloyed with iron and boron both make really impressive permanent magnets.