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that video is retarded. that would never work, spinach doesn`t contain enough iron to move a glass of water like that, and even if it did, it`s not the right kind of iron, and if it was the right kind of iron you would need a really powerful magnet, and if you had a really powerful magnet it would corrupt the data on the camera.
"Lately Alaskan Senator Ted Stevens has taken a lot of guff for his assertion that the internet is a series of tubes. But cut the guy some slack! That is how it works in Alaska.
Allow me to explain. Standard internet wiring is far too fragile for the frozen wastelands of the Alaskan wilderness. So they use the Alaskan oil pipeline as a massive data conduit. As it turns out, crude oil is an excellent conductor due to its high carbon content... just like fiber optics.
Environmentalists are up in arms about this because certain kinds of data transfer across the pipeline drive polar bears bananas!"
If you are low on Iron, eat spinach and pears.Stay in School!
This guy is actually right. It`s a rather pathetic fake. Rheological fluids, that move with such a magnet, are generally not clear, and never exhibit such strong responses to a bar magnet, even if that was a neodymium, which it doesn`t look like it is.
More to the point, notice that when the magnet is moved forwards and back, the table tilts slightly, as the camera, in reality fixed to the moving table, isn`t quite on firmly enough.
It`s rather pathetic, and another thing people will blindly swallow, even when you can so obviously do it yourself and disprove it.
I hate things like this. They deliberately confuse people about science.