In my earth science class if i bring in a cup of lava i get an automatic 100 for my grade for the entire year PLEASE HELP MEEE
Question by scotchtape110 10 years ago | last reply 2 months ago
I've been thinking for a bit, and I have some questions on magnetism. Question 1: Is molten metal magnetic? If you place a magnet over a molten metal like iron for example, will it be attracted to the magnet? Question 2: If diamagnetism can be used to repel water, can you use nagnets to slow down or even stop the speed of drainage if the magnet is strong enough? That is all. Thank you.
Question by Fizzxwizz 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
Okay, LOTS of supposing here. So lets suppose someone dug a hole through the center of the earth, and managed to cover up the sides of the hole with a magma resistant cover of some sort. You start out by getting one of the spacesuits from nasa and decide to jump in the hole. Would you survive? I know that a human in the open sky diving position will go about 200 km/h, and I believe a space suit can survive up to 250 degrees fahrenheit. Please tell me how you came to that conclusion because it's been killing me how to figure it out. And also please include any formulas that are used, they're good to know!
Question by a_traceur 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago