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About: Thank you, Instructables!! I have removed many of my Instructables as along with being cringy :P they lacked proper documentation (thus difficult to replicate) and some didn't even work properly. Please enjo…

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    rbarua0004
    rbarua0004

    1 year ago

    Which position do I put the bar magnet At to make the compass spin like a motor.

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    azeryth
    azeryth

    6 years ago

    magnetic fields are fun. But you moving a magnet near another magnet is powered by you. One cannot simply sit a magnet near another and expect constant and repeat rotational motion. Not with dipole magnets. However super conductors offer one possible yet not currently reasonable solution or if somehow you found a mono pole magnet. Magnetic fields can generate electricity if near metal and it is constantly changing. To do this with out an outside power source is impossible and would be a form of perpetual motion.