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Physicists 'solve' mystery of levitation


Posted on Tuesday, 7 August, 2007 | Comment icon 33 comments


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"Levitation has been elevated from being pure science fiction to science fact, according to a study reported today by physicists."

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Comment icon #24 Posted by Zero of Deism on 8 August, 2007, 2:51
Why can't won't you conspiracy theorists just present some actual evidence? Evidence that the government has technology more advanced than the public knows of? We already did that. If you can't accept it now, you never will. Just the existence of these "UFOs" proves it. Besides, you must admit: It's more likely these UFOs are man made and not made by ET. There are also countless videos and images of UFOs taking off and/or landing in area 51. The UFO phenomena is a well researched one.
Comment icon #25 Posted by Zero of Deism on 8 August, 2007, 2:53
Accident.
Comment icon #26 Posted by Sunni on 8 August, 2007, 3:33
I agree Zero.
Comment icon #27 Posted by Mad Manfred on 8 August, 2007, 7:36
Hover boards, hover cars, hover cafe's ! The future is here. Finally. It's not just in movies or books anymore Hover porn shops! I've always thought my pron shops could do with a little hoverin'.
Comment icon #28 Posted by Raptor X7 on 8 August, 2007, 11:16
Evidence that the government has technology more advanced than the public knows of? We already did that. If you can't accept it now, you never will. Just the existence of these "UFOs" proves it. Besides, you must admit: It's more likely these UFOs are man made and not made by ET. There are also countless videos and images of UFOs taking off and/or landing in area 51. The UFO phenomena is a well researched one. Of course the government has more advanced technology, but I'm not talking about that. He said that the government has alien technology.
Comment icon #29 Posted by Zero of Deism on 8 August, 2007, 11:40
Ah.... Well, Alien or not, it seems as though they have some sort of anti-gravity vehicles. Or at least close to it, considereing how some UFOs maneuver.
Comment icon #30 Posted by r2d2 on 8 August, 2007, 15:30
do anyone know how this they did it? I believe the article said nobody understands the underlying mechanism that causes the casimir effect, Which isnt too surprising because we dont understand very well the underlying mechanism that causes gravity or electromagnetism either.
Comment icon #31 Posted by NightWyvern on 15 August, 2007, 2:44
what about human levitation though?I am assuming someone else here knows of Criss Angel,how is that pulled of,wires?
Comment icon #32 Posted by Raptor X7 on 15 August, 2007, 11:35
what about human levitation though?I am assuming someone else here knows of Criss Angel,how is that pulled of,wires? Wires, camera tricks. All of his stunts are pulled off in a similar way, there's nothing special about them.
Comment icon #33 Posted by inkblot on 1 September, 2007, 3:50
Slow down, people. It only works on small objects (read:nanotechnology). Hovercars and the like won't be in existence for a long time.


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