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Mice Levitated in Lab

• LiveScience
Other researchers have made live frogs and grasshoppers float in mid-air before, but such research with mice, being closer biologically to humans, could help in studies to counteract bone loss due to reduced gravity over long spans of time, as might be expected in deep space missions or on the surfaces of other planets.

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Comment by Ernest Hancock
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Nice Graphic :)

But this is actual "levitation" using magnetic fields. What's next?... artificial Gravity?

Pay attention to this people.