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Lizzardbeth
Lizzardbeth asks:
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Where can I find a science experiment about magnitism and gravity?

I found a cool science experiment asking, "Which is stronger, magnetism or gravity?" And I can't find it anywhere on the internet. So where can I find it?
In Topics: Private School, Science fair
> 60 days ago

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greenprof2
Jan 24, 2013
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What the Expert Says:

Don't know about that one, but it is kind of a dumb question as the two fields - gravity and electro-magnetism - work so differently. At short distances it is easy to demonstrate that magnetism is stronger than gravity simply because you can lift metal objects "up" with a magnet. There are many demonstrations of metal objects "suspended" in space against gravity. But E-M fields don't extend far and on large scales gravity still exerts its influence.

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