February 4, 2014 AT 1:13 pm

What happens when you drop a magnet inside a copper tube?

Watch as YouTube user HedgehogTH drops a neodymium magnet inside a large copper tube. We. Can’t. Stop. Watching.


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1 Comment

  1. Its not defying gravity its actually succumbing to is just like everything else, Granted at a slower rate 😉 its just the electrical field/current generated that is allowing a repulse of the magnetic field to slow the decent. Granted at a slower rate 😉 Lenz’s Law FTW!

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