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  • Sam said: “Go ahead Les, let’s show theses young whippersnappers what we can do. You were doing stuff while these guys were still in school trying to learn a thing or two. …Could you give me your okay to share your video with others? Publishers reply, Les Garwood “Hi Sam, Yes, you can share it; please maintain credit source. Cheers! You can see more of Les Garwood’s body of work on his YouTube channel: ‘Les Garwood.’ Thanks for watching!” Comments Included: “AJ, and R5H4D0W: Actually, the proper term is “Lenz’ Law”; this is a copy/paste from Wikipedia’s opening paragraph on the effect: Lenz’s law /ˈlɛntsɨz lɔː/ is a common way of understanding how electromagnetic circuits obey Newton’s third law and the conservation of energy.[1] Lenz’s law is named after Heinrich Lenz, and it says: An induced electromotive force (emf) always gives rise to a current whose magnetic field opposes the original change in magnetic flux. Cheers! Publishers Addendum, Les Garwood” “lolz @ 1:21″ “this old man use LINUX…. XD look at the behind… LOL~” Mind blowing.” “1:21 = Subscribed! ” “Linux is based on UNIX, which is most probably older than you. So… why so surprised?” “you got me at the end! XD” “You got me at the end. I was thinking man, this guy sounded smart and then. . . oh good, he’s joking :) ” “as far as i know, i got told at colege that its eddy current” “@R5H4D0W Close but no, this is the Lorenze Effect, same thing that makes railguns and MagLev Trains work. This effect can be produced using a neodyium magnet and ANY non-ferrous metal like copper, aluminium, Brass Infact some safty companies are designing escape systems for Skyscrapers using this effect.” Publishers Notes: “Uploaded on Oct 11, 2010 by Les Garwood 11 videos 1:32 101110 012513 116091 views As the title suggests, it’s just a short demo of how a falling magnet, traveling through a copper tube, slows its fall because it induces a corresponding electromagnetic field in the tube. I thought the view from inside was beautiful as well.”

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