Anti-gravity Chamber

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This is my "Anti-gravity Chamber ".
It has 64 electromagnets all focused at its center. All my friends think its the Ironman heart (Arc Reactor) which has some similarities. The Ironman heart did have an electromagnet inside but was mainly a power source.
I'm building a new one that will have much much more power (around 200-400 electromagnets). Coming soon...

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    jam BD

    8 years ago on Introduction

    Looks pretty, but without being skeptical, how does it work? nice if there was more info and video. :)

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    JamesT390jam BD

    Reply 1 year ago

    It will only be able to lift metal objects

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    cypherxax

    6 years ago on Introduction

    very sorry i havent replied at all... when my daughter was born i kinda forgot to keep up with this awesome site :/
    to keep the noise down on this invention, this model was merly my prototype, as i was building it my wires were ripped off in a near fall... but i didnt keep that from stopping me. im working on a newer one, one that actually runs. it will have multitudes as many electromagnets and i may end up do the windings myself.
    The experiment is not to create "anti-gravity" but to create a super unique force field that will over power gravity itself and w/ control unit, change the field shape, intensity and properties at will.

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    cypherxax

    8 years ago on Introduction

    Thank you all for the comments, Ill be adding more info soon, ive just been real busy designing and building my latest project: An AUV thats like none other, makes this old project look like crap; anywho, much more to come :)

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    Honus

    8 years ago on Introduction

    That's really neat- awesome construction.

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    ironsmiter

    8 years ago on Introduction

    FUN!

    dot matrix actuator + floppy drive motor windings + harddrive motor windings(for galactic resonance) = Free Energy!

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    wilgubeast

    8 years ago on Introduction

    This is a great entry into our Photo Instructable contest. Definitely some good photos here. I'm sure that it will help reasonably small folk levitate to their little hearts' content.

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    DanielC921JamesT390

    Reply 3 months ago

    That is 100% the inside of a VCR very hard to get out of the aluminum casing. Take one apart if you can find one.

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    BarryMcGowan

    11 months ago

    Nothing has been done on this in 7 years. It should be deleted.

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    JamesT390

    1 year ago

    See I'm telling truth

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    koduor

    8 years ago on Introduction

    looks cool.but i was wondering whether it is possible to make an actual antiGRAVITY machine that can float objects!?.

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    JamesT390koduor

    Reply 1 year ago

    As of right now yes but you can't lift anything significant

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    rickharris

    8 years ago on Introduction

    You must have a big spares bin.

    It looks like the internals of a brushless motor loosely connected to a bunch of random bits.

    Bet it doesn't work as advertised.

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