Introduction; Magnetic Money, Rocks, Beach Sand, Total" Cereal, and Dirt; The Super Strong Magnetic Nail; The Magic Table Knives; The Mysterious Magnetic Arch; The Strange "Zinging" Magnets; The Amazing Magnets That Fall Through Each Other; The Magic Magnetic Mountain; The Magnetic "Hedgehog"; Mercurial Water; The Magnetic Jumping Jack; The Nail That Stands on Its Point and One That Won't; The Invisible Magnetic Bowl; Why the Magnet Stays in the Hole; The Washers and the Coat Hanger; The Strange, Reversing Magnetic Field; The Compass That Points Only North or South; The Mysterious Compass That Changes Its Mind; The Floating Globe; The Super Levitron" Floating Top; The Floating Magnet; The Floating Sheet of Carbon; The Rolling Disk; The Red Sea Effect; Invisible Magnetic "Syrup"; A Magnetostatic Linear Accelerator; The One-Candle-Powered Pendulum; The Amazing Lengthening (or Shortening) Magnetic Materials; The Crazy Spinning Balls; The Spinning Ball That Rolls East or West, but Not North or South; The Popping Magnet; The Rolling Magnets; The Little Motor That Shouldn't Run, but Does Anyway; The Magnetic Picture Sheet; The Strange Magnetic Physics Taking Place on Your Refrigerator; Magnetic Recording Made Visible; The Amazing Magnetic Hot Glue; The Magnetic Patterns That Can't Be Erased; The Sliding Magnet; Magnetic Bacteria; The Earth as a Magnetic Recorder; Index.
Fred Jeffers has worked in magnetic product research and development since 1967, and has been awarded 60 U.S. patents, with several more pending. He is an Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Fellow and was an IEEE Distinguished Lecturer for 1999-2000.
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