Electromagnetic Paperclips in a Japan Train

Well, this is neat. The paperclips on the ground dance, because of electrical energy below the surface. The electric current comes from the motor, that is hidden unter the floor.

Pink Tentacle goes:

The Kobe New Transit Company, which operates the Rokko Liner (as well as the Port Liner, which uses similar trains), says extra shielding is being installed just in case.

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Tags: funny, electrical, power, paperclips, homebrew
Jul_17:2009 .020200 Comments(0)

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