Magnets and metal make this fun and cool scientific desk toy utterly fascinating

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Back in the early 1800’s, Russian physicist Emil Lenz noted an interesting phenomenon. When he dropped a magnet through a pipe, the magnet’s magnetic field created counter-rotating currents in the copper or aluminum pipe. To the naked eye, that dropped magnetic ball falls a whole lot slower when it’s inside the pipe than outside. — Read the rest



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