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We destroyed over 400,000 perfectly good Neoballs that did nothing wrong. Neoballs are a brand of hobbyist 5mm sculpting magnet spheres by Zen Magnets, the last and only US magnet sphere company. Buy new neoballs at http://neoballs.com.
For more context on why this happened, see the paragraph titled “Battle #3″ at the bottom of: http://zenmagnets.com/magnet-ban-cleared-game-on/. Zen Magnets was the last company standing, after Buckyballs fell, Neocube complied, and Nanodots silently cowered and ran off.
0:26 The motioned adapted time-lapse (1x-200x speed) of a 4 hour destruction of ~400,000 Neoballs, has been shrunk down to 90 seconds. The baking happened in a heat treatment oven from 80° F to 1000° F, far past the Curie temperate of Neodymium.
If you want some of the dead burnt magnets, check out:
Alternate Title: CPSC EPIC WIN: watch our balls get DESTROYED.
Eulogy written and performed by Eric Sigurdson
The capturing of this destruction was made possible by http://metal-treating.com
Special thanks to http://ilyafilms.com
Music is “Seeker” by Kai Engel via freemusicarchive.org
Produced by http://zenmagnets.com
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