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The Ancient Secrets of Levitation
The ancients, some researchers suggest, may have mastered the art of levitation, through sonics or some other obscure method, that allowed them to defy ...
Strange Levitation - 2012 Paranormal Photo Hoax Contest
Strange Levitation. 2012 Photo Hoax Slide Show. Strange Levitation - Gunther Cox. Strange Levitation. Gunther Cox. I took this picture a few years ago.
Anti-Gravity - Devices and Theories of Anti-Gravity and Levitation
Articles, devices, projects and theories about anti-gravity, the most basic of physical laws.
Levitation - Crystalinks
Levitation. Levitation (from Latin levitas "lightness") is the process by which an object is suspended by a physical force against gravity, in a stable position ...
What Is Quantum Levitation and How Does It Work? - Physics
Quantum levitation as it is called is a process where scientists use the properties of quantum physics to levitate an object (specifically, a superconductor) over a ...
Levitation Basic Magic Effect - All About Levitations - Magic & Illusion
All of the effects that one can perform in magic boil down to a select few, many of which can be used in combination. Here's information on the levitation.
Best Easy Levitation Magic Tricks for Beginners and Kids
To levitate something or somebody is to cause it to suddenly rise without physical means and seemingly break the laws of gravity. Magicians are known for ...
Exposed: David Blaine's Levitation - Magic & Illusion - About.com
On his first magic special on TV, David Blaine walked away from a crowd, stood with his back to the crowd and lifted off the ground some two feet, to the ...
DVD Review: Criss Angel Self Levitation - Magic & Illusion - About.com
If you want to learn and perform an excellent self-levitation, one that allows you to lift your feet in the air while standing almost anywhere, Criss Angel teaches ...
Magnetic Levitation - Background - Inventors - About.com
Magnetic levitation - maglev is a transportation technology in which noncontacting vehicles travel at speeds of 300 miles-per-hour.
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