levitation

The Star Wars-inspired "sonic tractor beam" creates a force field that can lift, move or rotate beads.
In a Facebook post Monday, Matt Mottel of Talibam! elaborated on his grievances with the media company. Beginning in 2007
His results, featuring dark marionettes and ethereal music box dancers, seem well worth the exhaustion. Take a peek at Dahlen's
Want to levitate? All you need are magnets, liquid nitrogen and superconductors. Well, maybe not exactly. But if you want
The mesmerizing experiments -- conducted by Yoichi Ochiai and Jun Rekimoto of the University of Tokyo, and Takayuki Hoshi
The video shows that when one end of a strand of beads is tossed into the air, the beads form a strange arc that seems to
LOOK: The stunt certainly managed to create a buzz. On the street, some chased the bus to record the act with their phones
ScienceNOW, the daily online news service of the journal Science The acoustic levitator uses two small speakers to generate
On "Fact or Faked: Paranormal Files" (Tue., 9 p.m. ET on Syfy), the team examined footage of a woman seemingly experiencing
I started to wonder if I hadn't suddenly fallen into a comic book...
U.S. scientists have found a way to levitate the very smallest objects using the strange forces of quantum mechanics, and
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Read more on Yahoo! News U.S. scientists have found a way to levitate the very smallest objects using the strange forces