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If a charged particle curves in a magnetic field when moving....
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[quote:-Adam-:MV8zNDg4NzUzXzYyMjU3OTAxX0FGOTdEQkVE] [quote:Anonymous Coward 13698729:MV8zNDg4NzUzXzYyMjU3ODE1X0IwMjM0NDgy] [quote:-Adam-:MV8zNDg4NzUzXzYyMjUyMjMxX0JGMzE5N0ZE] A spherical ferrocell would be awesome. Where it can be opened up and place magnet inside. I wonder if it can be done with some heavy mil plastic sheet. Then you would have a flexible ferrocell. [/quote] now consider this. while bearing in mind induction of magnetic field is at play here generating the effect and heat. why is this sphere shaped and is it equivalent to zero g? [youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qUiCh1OTLts[/youtube] [/quote] That is pretty cool. I think the rounding is from surface tension and the stretch to egg shape is from fighting gravity while levitating. Egg shape I am not too sure.... but the rounding seems normal for any fluid suspended. Still really neat video, thanks. [/quote]
Then a magnetic field will twist when moving past a fixed charged plate.
This is how we twist up the magnetic field. Now, if we can twist up a magnetic field, we are imparting force into the magnetic field with out increasing the magnetic fields strength.
This just hit me this morning.
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