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See it to believe it: How a young scientist makes us all go awww…


Seeing is believing but this video even challenges that eternal take. Levitation is something which suited our fairy tales and their heroes mostly but here is a video which shows a young scientist successfully makes an object levitate, much to the disbelief of those witnessing it.

See this amazing scientific phenomenon in slow motion; it's amazing

Levitation is a phenomenon whereby an object can be made to rise and hover in the air, supposedly through magical powers. Generally, religious avatars 'possessing' super natural powers or magicians showing tricks on the stage are adept with this game. But when science also supports levitation to be valid, the surprise knows no bound.

The above video shows a young nano-science student Josh Van der Zalm placing a super-cooled ceramic plate over a magnet and shows that it remained locked in whatever position he kept it, even tilted. The object even runs in a circular way over a track without any physical support.

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See it to believe it: How a young scientist makes us all go awww…

Incredible is the word! Science is more magical than magic.

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Credit: WildCreatures; Published in Rumble

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