Re: Today Tech
Jerry Wayne Decker ( [email protected] )
Thu, 14 Jan 1999 12:12:13 -0800 (PST)
Yes, the Levitron is interesting and I tend to ignore all the sales
pitches about perpetual and ufo….I have the Super Levitron and I as
well as a lot of my friends have never been able to get it to spin
more than about 2 seconds….I plan on ordering the ‘perpetuator’
which is supposed to be a coil that fits on the bottom to keep it
spinning ON ITS OWN using a rotating magnetic field, under power of
course…but I think it would be cool….its about $79.00 and I don’t
have the URL at hand just now….
—Tony Colacchio wrote:
> The Levitron is available at most “Natural Wonders” stores. It is
> opposing magnets. When you spin the top (magnet)it will hover over the
> base (with magnets on the outside edges). It is very hard to get it to
> work. I used to work at a “Natural Wonders”, and we used to play
> with the Levitron. The claim on the front page of “a little perpetual
> motion Flying Saucer” is not accurate by any means.
> Jerry Wayne Decker wrote:
> > Hi Folks!
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