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No. Not magnetic. Gravity: Take (nearly) any spinning toy top. Spin it on a 30cm X 30cm board/plate.Tip the board in the leading direction so the top falls and increases it's spin: http://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=world+record+spinning+top+&qs=n&pq=world+record+spinning+top+&sc=3-26&sp=-1&sk=&cvid=D50FCBF4B97A4F389C2B131F89F86057&ADLT=STRICT&ru=%2fsearch%3fq%3dworld%2520record%2520spinning%2520top%2520%26qs%3dn%26form%3dQBRE%26pq%3dworld%2520record%2520spinning%2520top%2520%26sc%3d3-26%26sp%3d-1%26sk%3d%26cvid%3dD50FCBF4B97A4F389C2B131F89F86057%26ADLT%3dSTRICT&view=detail&mmscn=vwrc&mid=8E98166D6E1C6B00C4698E98166D6E1C6B00C469&FORM=WRVORC
You should be able to spin a metal top on this and keep it spinning indefinitely.
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