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Magnetism in the 21st Century

Physics project.

Kassidy Gaffigan

on 30 June 2011

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Transcript of Magnetism in the 21st Century

Medicine Navigation Astronomy Electronics Toys The Milky-way Galaxy. Nothing particuarly magnetic about it besides each of the planet's magnetic fields. But in between galaxies, somewhere far,far away... ...is a Magnetar! Magnetars are city-sized balls of neutrons that are created when a massive star's core collapses at the end of it's lifetime They posses a magnetic field of more than 1 quadrillion times stronger than Earth's No, you don't swallow magnets: you wrap it around yourself, falsifying a magnetic field NIKKEN uses and advanced magnetic technology involving static magnets for their reputation as being safe and reliable. Not only does the company produce head and joint wraps, they have a variety of products from necklaces to seat cushions, comforters and pillows to a variety of massagers, and even shoe insoles. and they all use magnets. Magnetism in the 21st Century MagLevs MagLevs are propelled by linear induction. They follow a guidance track with magnets on both the track and the train. Compasses use a magnetic needle to point to the directional and magnetic north. Floppy Disk Drives (FDD) They are a storage medium composed of a thin, magnetic, flexible disk encased in a plastic square. Few computers have a reading sysem for them, as they have been replaced by compact disks and flash drives. Remember Thomas the Tank Engine? With a magnetic bar running through his undercarriage, you could hook him up to all his friends or any other train cars you might have. Then push them over and under bridges or just around in a circle. Reference: WWW.nikken.com
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