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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
#227 - fistpump
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(01/18/2013) [-]
1. They are literally metal bars made to look like magnets (OP has brushed this off multiple times)
2. The north and south ends are cast incorrectly (unlikely)
3. Some magnets may have lost there magnetism. If every "magnet" on the right had no magnetism, whereas every "magnet" on the left was magnetic, the same thing would happen.
4. The poles of some of the magnets have been swapped. (Possible by repeatedly stroking the magnet, north to south pole, with a south-sided magnet)
5. OP broke the science. Again.
#251 to #227 - anon id: 1e565d4d
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(01/19/2013) [-]
What about the photoshops?
User avatar #230 to #228 - fistpump
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(01/18/2013) [-]
It's impossible for a north pole to be attracted to a north pole. Your magnets are faulty. Probably because of one of the reasons said above.
User avatar #232 to #230 - garymotherfinoak [OP]
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(01/18/2013) [-]
i assume they are. the fact that i chose them at random and put them together just seemed abnormal to me, especially with the amount in a row that are faulty.
User avatar #233 to #232 - fistpump
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(01/18/2013) [-]
Where did you get the magnets from?