Step 7: How it works.

The magnets are constantly attracting and pushing the wires which are magnetized becuase of the eletricity running through it, thus makes the wire turn...

You can put it on the side and if its strong enough... It can roll forward or backwards, it depends.
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I really think you better put some pictures.
sry about the pictures, account got stolen, and pictures deleted...
Dude, where are the pics???
There's a disturbing lack of pictures...
When I did this I just got the magnets from those stacking magnet toys. Soaked them in acetone for a while and they fell out. Works great.
oh ya... just to say that im still 13 and im not a middle age man that's a mamas boy or that i like watching movies that are under pg-13 movies.
Ya i was watchen that when i was makeing it. Thats why the pictures are dark becuase my mom sleeps through movies sometimes and if i add flash or put on more lights and then my mom will say go to sleep. There was nothing better that was on to.lol
I got those magnets in ORVAC. they have lots of magnets but only three kind of supermagnets. I got the long magnet from MAGNETEX. i used the long magnet and the minimagnet just to hold the wire in place. I recently tried to use thicker wire but the wire just stuck to the magnets. There like $5.00 for 6 big one in the picture. $5.00 for 12 minimagnets in the picture at the top. Im trying to make a H-bomb after this. Ill try to post it the fastest i can. P.S. like a month or too.
So I'm thinking that this requires magnets that aren't coated in plastic... Darn! All I've been buying recently are plastic coated, (I got tired of them snapping together and breaking).
I saw this here before<br/>&lt;object width=&quot;425&quot; height=&quot;350&quot;&gt;&lt;param name=&quot;movie&quot; value=&quot;http://www.mojoflix.com/mojoplayer.swf?scale_it=1&amp;autoStart=0&amp;no_skin_menu=1&amp;popup=1&amp;video=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.mojoflix.com%2FSWFParams%2F15847%2FEmbed%2F%3F&quot;&gt;&lt;/param&gt;&lt;param name=&quot;wmode&quot; value=&quot;transparent&quot;&gt;&lt;/param&gt;&lt;embed src=&quot;http://www.mojoflix.com/mojoplayer.swf?scale_it=1&amp;autoStart=0&amp;no_skin_menu=1&amp;popup=1&amp;video=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.mojoflix.com%2FSWFParams%2F15847%2FEmbed%2F%3F&quot; type=&quot;application/x-shockwave-flash&quot; wmode=&quot;transparent&quot; width=&quot;425&quot; height=&quot;350&quot;&gt;&lt;/embed&gt;&lt;/object&gt;<br/>They have some pretty weird shapes for it<br/>
I tried this before, I could never get mine to work because I had a cruddy little fragment of a super magnet and just kind of gave up on it

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