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English/Nat British and Dutch scientists using a giant magnetic field have made a frog float in mid- air, and might even be able to do the same thing with a human being. The team from Britain's University of Nottingham and the University of Nijmegen in the Netherlands has also succeeded in levitating plants, grasshoppers and fish. Scientists at the University of Nijmegen in Holland have managed to make a frog float six feet (approximately two metres) in the air - and they say the trick could easily be repeated with a human. The secret is not magic but a powerful magnetic field which overcomes the force of gravity. The field makes the frog's atoms generate a weak magnetic force in the opposite direction. This causes it to be repelled in the same way as like poles of two magnets. Plants, grasshoppers and fish have been levitated by the research team in the same way. NASA, apparently, is extremely interested in the experiment in order to be able to test the effects of weightlessness on astronauts without having to put them into space. Easy, says team leader Dr Andre Geim. SOUNDBITE: (English) There is no problem with putting a man by this magnetic levitation, to fly in the air. Technically we can do it with you without any problems. SUPER CAPTION: Dr Andre Geim, Director of the High Field Magnetic Laboratory of the Catholic University of Nijmegen And for those worried about the effects on the frog - don't worry. He's not hopping mad - quite the opposite, in fact. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/f760c710bc6ebc4556bfd7fb75d70404 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Text Comments (195)
A bowl of salad (6 days ago)
Great, now we’ll be ordering super powers off of Amazon Prime.
TheRedstoneHive (1 month ago)
Now do it with a human.
Nikša (1 month ago)
Vertical component at work.
Nikša (1 month ago)
81 monopoles - those who know will understand.
Reno Simpson (1 month ago)
And this is what NASA uses for their fake video interviews in space.
Monsieur Mohandis (1 month ago)
Any mention of the strength of the magnetic field?
Zoran Tomic (2 months ago)
opsite reaction of this can be used in space stations to forced artificial gravity
lushin burl (2 months ago)
The tides and density n buoyancy . and how the whole FE keeps everything down. Everything, rock an life all are dielectric magnetic with water. Guest what makes it stronger in water...... Salt. Imagine that. Lol Amazing final proof to FE! Ty
Roo Jackaroo (2 months ago)
It's not wingardium leviohsar, it's wingardium levios
Bhatt Hole (3 months ago)
This video is nothing less than a Moire-fest!
Noaboa64 (3 months ago)
We can accomplish great things with this technology *floats bugs*
BooDues Gaming (3 months ago)
*FROGUS LEVATATUS*
penguin god 935 (3 months ago)
Frog space program
SS WAYS (3 months ago)
for science!
Choc chipz gaming (3 months ago)
Poor frog it was having a Good Friday and then woof it flying
Clear sky Over the lake (3 months ago)
1:20 There is no problem with Putin
erik newport (3 months ago)
pick on someone your own size, science bitches.
Ariel Tapia (3 months ago)
just came for the Lenz's Law from DONG'S channel 😁 RESPONDER
Adrian Redgers (3 months ago)
We feel gravity as a force pushing against our bodies, in particular against our pressure sensor nerves. But with most of the molecules in its body lifted by magnetism does the frog feel weightless? If this could be scaled up to human level could we use it as a way of reducing the effect of acceleration, say in a centrifuge? In an inertial frame you feel weightless and if you release an object it floats next to you. If you were feeling weightless because of this EM field and you released a non-diamagnetic rock then you would see it accelerate away due to gravity, but if you released a similarly diamagnetic orange it would float next to you - is that a form of inertial frame-ness due to the EM field?
Neutraldown (3 months ago)
Is this real tho?
huerta25264 (3 months ago)
that frogs having one hell of a time!
Alexis Rodriguez (3 months ago)
Won’t that scramble your brain or something
Chan0 (3 months ago)
I find this very amusing
Donnie Wiggs (3 months ago)
Is this how NASA fakes the iss..
Roo Jackaroo (2 months ago)
Donnie Wiggs you know that you can see the ISS right?
Natalie Sim (4 months ago)
Why did they not take a side view video
Surayaa (5 months ago)
Is this the key to telekinesis?
daniel fong (5 months ago)
Incredible
3rr0r 219 (5 months ago)
Hopefully someday we'll be able to do this with humans
SterrShow (3 months ago)
like many things, we can, but costs stop us
UFC Fighter (5 months ago)
0:55 reminds me of aliens when the alien is about to get sucked out the hole
Ziventh (5 months ago)
sent by the action lab :D
D4rkSheep (5 months ago)
hahaha same
Dirk Diggler (5 months ago)
Put some jizz in there
Oasis (5 months ago)
This frog is probably like wtf
bomxacalaka (5 months ago)
The Action Lab bring me here
Pickolas Cage (5 months ago)
I wonder if a mice would float?
xhole (5 months ago)
you'll float too
부리 (6 months ago)
멋있어요
mobspeak (6 months ago)
SORCERY!
andrew ysk (7 months ago)
i am just wonder if the frog died after some time later.. of what ever disease or mutation..
Zeyox96 (6 months ago)
May I ask what reason? Also I don't believe electromagnetic radiation is the same as a magnetic field... Otherwise fridge magnets would cause cancer and I'm sure we wouldn't be using them then.
andrew ysk (6 months ago)
i have reason to believe strong electro magnetism field causes cell to damage... that's why it is not encourage to do CT scan very so often.. :-)
Zeyox96 (6 months ago)
I believe the frog was fine. Why would it suddenly suffer a harmful mutation though? It's just a magnetic field, not nuclear radiation.
How to fly: slip-n'-glide edition.
Chaynique (8 months ago)
that scientist's accent sounds slightly russian ????
William Parker (4 months ago)
Yes, and moreover, he was born in the Soviet Union.
Blat! Never slight russian!
tigerheaddude (8 months ago)
Wingardium Leviosa!!!
Ner.
Erik Adalbert von Nagel (9 months ago)
how strong magnets need to levitate a human?
Colonel__ Klink (9 months ago)
@1:25 It's 40 year old Wallowitz! Lmao!
Francesco Sartori (9 months ago)
E che cazzo c'entra col volo di Amin?
Im not fwench., sowwee non bon
George Vasilop (9 months ago)
poor frog
No u.
TuMuch ShaKracker (1 year ago)
This is what the great LORD says: Let my people go, so that they may worship me. If you refuse to let them go, I will plague your whole country with frogs. The Nile will teem with frogs. They will come up into your palace and your bedroom and onto your bed, into the houses of your officials and on your people, and into your ovens and kneading troughs. The frogs will go up on you and your people and all your officials. — Exodus 8:1–4
Yeah.
Charlie Katt (1 year ago)
I'm here because of Neil deGrasse Tyson.
I wish my papa wud famous, him just only have letter from Noriega lady and an army of crackheads :/
Lloyd Dettering (1 year ago)
The same mentality invented the nuclear bombs. What a bunch of stupid jerks! How does this help mankind live?
Odd Branch (5 months ago)
Lloyd Dettering you're actually serious?! I cannot believe such backwards people still exist.
Tl; read the whole thing., I have no proof, bit i believe the main cause of aging is dwindling/rotten "telomeres" a protein cap on your dna. The only cures are "extreme" exercise and blood transfusions from younger people and that electromagnetism thing the Lloyd the Ring keeps lakota about.,
Juan Perilla (1 year ago)
Poor fella, just won't give up. I commend your perseverance though, quite the troll you are
Lloyd Dettering (1 year ago)
Electromagnetism IS gravity which keeps pulling us down to the grave. Dust to dust....Got it? Good! Now fuck off, nerd!
Lloyd Dettering (1 year ago)
Oh!!! Whatever you think is the cause!
Sl Meyers (1 year ago)
The really impressive part is where the frog turns into a grasshopper.
Bonk de poopy butthole shit head farts. Slip n' glide ,/
Sl Meyers (1 year ago)
I'm sorry I hurt your little frog feelings. Or grasshopper feelings. Or perhaps you are just upset that a joke went over your yellow-snowflake of a head. Why DID you call me that? I'd really like to know what you were thinking. If you were. Can you even explain it without resorting to more potty-mouth stupidity? Why are you even here commenting on a science video?
Lloyd Dettering (1 year ago)
SI: Only if YOU kissed its ass, asshole!
Justin Greenleaf (1 year ago)
So with a giant magnet in the sky we could fly? YES
Vitalis Otene (4 months ago)
it can be used to cancel the effect of gravity like in the secret government tr3b
wr wr (5 months ago)
Justin Greenleaf *ACTUALLY* Earth is a giant magnet
Like willy wanka says: stop, reverse that.
Blaq Z (1 year ago)
Justin Greenleaf not sky. it must be beneath us.
Shivux Dux (1 year ago)
In addition to simulating microgravity on Earth, could this kind of thing be used to "cushion" people in spacecraft, and protect them from the high Gs caused by extreme acceleration?
Sylvia Rohge (4 months ago)
If a sufficient counter force is built up with the magnet, then it would have to have almost the same effect on the body as if no force were acting on it. The force that pushes the body backwards during acceleration (inertia of the mass) can be removed with a sufficiently large counterforce. Since the rejection already takes place at the cellular level, every cell of the body is repelled with the same force. However, the magnet would still have to absorb the force with which it repels the body to its actual inertial mass (since the magnetic repulsion would be equal to the inertia of the body, the ejection would therefore simply mass 1 + mass 2).
Dhrazer (6 months ago)
not really, when you have a force you can't really do much to cancel it out... you can have a long tube where the passengers start at one end and while the acceleration occurs the cabin itself drifts towards the back(which is like having a 30-60-120m thick sponge/spring that tries to lessen the effects) which basically would make the time being accelerated longer but the forces that act on them smaller... problem is you can't really make it long enough to make it worth it in case of a launch into orbit for example... so yeah... or are you referring to artificially locking your brain and blood in place? which is the biggest problem in high G scenarios? if we could stop the brain from "bouncing" in our skull that would help, also the blood can leave it or create high pressure areas(even burst vessels) if we could avoid those then high G scenarios would be far less of a problem.
Zeyox96 (6 months ago)
The strength of the magnet and the sheer amount of electricity required to do so would make that VERY inefficient.
Me likey
Kosta Zivic (1 year ago)
This is a proof for nasa fake space misions!
Potato Majesty (2 days ago)
r/ Whoosh
William Parker (4 months ago)
Can't you guys see that he was joking?
Alexis Beuve (6 months ago)
you are so stupid... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diamagnetism
Shots fired : charge!
Not You (7 months ago)
yes instead of trying to debate, insult this guy... you guys are the truly ignorant ones. that way of thinking only holds back humanity.
Hussein Abbas (1 year ago)
i thought the hopper exploded had to re-watch
LuukR96 (1 year ago)
Just for your info. They received an IG Noble prize for this.
Eat my Ass (5 months ago)
LuukR96 not for this my dude
Celine Urie (1 year ago)
That one scientist is so hot
Cristhian Fuertes (11 months ago)
He, in fact looks sexy
Celine Urie (1 year ago)
10mintwo that may or may not explain why I'm watching this Video
leajaeckle (1 year ago)
Celine Urie IM SCREAMING wth
10mintwo (1 year ago)
you may need to get out a little more...
Celine Urie (1 year ago)
10mintwo the one from 0:14 to 0:22 ; he has curly hair and you can only see him from the side
P.J. Pless (1 year ago)
Here...Because Science.
SomeoneCommenting (1 year ago)
This must have some later effects in any biological being. There is no way that such force that is acting in all your own particles to the very core of your biological structure is not affecting you in some way. ¿Did they follow up on the frog to see any health changes?
jojo (1 year ago)
but how
Tyroneous Assault (1 year ago)
Pedro Gutiérrez Ricnón EML similar to cavitation of frequency forming a field .bumblebee do it better
Very powerful magnetic waves.
Zeztox I C (1 year ago)
What i dont understand is how they can use magnetic force, to levitate a frog without harming it. i mean theres not much metal in any biological being, so the force must be immence, and demand a high level of electrisity, to make that field. and unless there is unlimited power in space, using this for artificial gravity is unlikely. so im kind of confused. are they lifting this frog with the metal in hes body or am i missing some crucial information on how this work. somone, please enlighten me.
wr wr (5 months ago)
Zeztox I C everythinf is diamagnetic
NaruS (5 months ago)
ALL material is Magnetic/Dimagnetic. This will NEVER be harmful in anyway to cells of anything as ALL parts of an organism will receive EQUAL force in any and all directions. Because of this all cells shall remain relative to each other(They won't shift out of place) You wont feel the effects of this either due to the same reason. Now the chance that you were near a neutron star(Most magnetic Objects;Core of dead star that has a extreme magnetic field) the story is different. You will actually die due to it, reason being(And dont quote me on this) is because the magnetic field acts on your body similar to gravity, it WILL crush you. If thats not the case it will defiantly mess with your nervous system.
"Will trade mkultra secrets 4 magic water"
Me want magic water slip n glide.
Nazek42 (8 months ago)
Saddam Hussein Not quite! You need moving electric charge to create a magnetic field, and so empty space can't be magnetic. It can have a magnetic field in it though!
Muzik Bike (1 year ago)
One of these days this will be a theme park ride
"Must be this tall to drink magic water"
5179anonymous (1 year ago)
I hope Magneto doesn't see this video.
NonSlip BloodbathMat (1 year ago)
STOP THIS FUCKIN' RIDE! I WANNA GET OFF!
Abdalmaus (8 months ago)
Mr. Bones Wild Ride?
Sloo0pykink_ (1 year ago)
hOw Do MoThErFuCkIn MaGnEtS wOrK
mop slapper (4 months ago)
Dielectric Coherency.
TheIris1002 (5 months ago)
Holy shit Homestuck
Nicholas Hughes (5 months ago)
*_W I T C H C R A F T_*
Shut up and give me slip n glide.
Sloo0pykink_ (1 year ago)
+Robert Neely YOU'RE WELCOME
luca radunovic (2 years ago)
this video makes me proud to be dutch :3
Tristan King (5 months ago)
the GBO gamer, what other arbitrary things are you proud of? Being a certain colour because people of that same colour achieved something? Having a certain haircut because someone with that haircut achieved something? Are you extremely proud to be a person that likes the taste of tacos because someone who also likes the taste of tacos built a rocket or something? Where does this meaningless pride end? It just doesn't make any logical sense. (Unless you're the leaders of a country trying to indoctrinate the masses with patriotism)
Tristan King (5 months ago)
the GBO gamer, he specifically said *this video* makes him proud to be dutch. The fact that some random scientists he's never seen before made a frog float makes him feel proud to be dutch, because they happen to be dutch. That's ridiculous and doesn't make any sense!
Tristan King (5 months ago)
the GBO gamer, you just said a whole bunch of nothing. The point of pride is to feel good about having a relevant link to an achievement. If you personally make a frog float, then you rationally feel pride as you've achieved something. If a close friend who you've supported makes a frog float, then you rationally feel pride as you've contributed to something. If your child makes a frog float, then you rationally feel pride as you've contributed to that. If some completely random strangers you've never even met or heard of before, who just happen to have been born into the same country as you, make a frog float, there's no rational reason to feel pride over it as you've had no contribution whatsoever to the thing that was achieved. Imagine being randomly assigned to a group on a project, but you never turn up or do anything and no one there even knows you or that you're supposed to be on their team. If you stumble upon their good project and exclaim "I feel so proud to be part of X team! :3" everyone is going to rightly think you're a delusional ass.
Tristan King (5 months ago)
the GBO gamer, I've just dismantled your angry stupid comments and now all you can say is nonsense like "that's sad". What a fail...
Tristan King (5 months ago)
the GBO gamer, again with the ad hominems. They don't make you sound any better. And I enjoy criticising opinions and having my own criticised. Heated debates are a joyful past time for me and they also educate me if someone proves me wrong. I've learnt a lot by simply discussing in internet forums and comment sections. That's the point of my comment, so there's nothing "sad" about it. If you don't want to actually have a discussion, why are you commenting? To throw insults at someone simply commenting their opinion on an internet comment section seems like the only "sad" thing here. As for "you're the type of people who ruin simple things for the sake of looking smarter or superior to some1" It has nothing to do with looking smarter or superior, I think the kind of people who want to feel smarter or superior are the one's who isolate themselves from other beliefs and surround themselves with conformation of their own beliefs. Not those that directly reply to people with opposing opinions looking for a rebuttal. And if it wasn't for people like me over the centuries, people that annoyingly provoke and criticise even what seems mundane and normal, we'd be living in an extraordinarily backwards society.
Magnets, how do they work?
Troll God (2 years ago)
EW
Johny Kidd (2 years ago)
When was this footage actually recorded? It does not look within the last decade.
Jon (3 months ago)
UFC Fighter scientist bro
UFC Fighter (5 months ago)
80s haircuts in 1997
Rosemary McNaughton (1 year ago)
If you follow the AP licensing link it says it's from: 11th April 1997
Jayden Evetts (2 years ago)
animal cruelty
Jayden Evetts (2 years ago)
+Wytse Wolf i was joking, dumbasd
timentimentimen (2 years ago)
Few years later: Nobel prize. (not for this experiment though, but for 'inventing' graphene)
alephii (10 months ago)
and graphene is so useful as levitating frogs!
Andre Geim and Konstantin Novoselov
H4lf Lif3 (2 years ago)
Did the frog survive though
Michael Lochlann (11 months ago)
yes but it was trippin balls afterwards
bANoMia (1 year ago)
it did
900bz (1 year ago)
+Christian Galesias judging by your picture im not gonna believe you
Christian Galesias (1 year ago)
yep
Tecolote Alcón (2 years ago)
use the force, froddo
Richard Harvey (2 years ago)
One does not simply levitate into Mordor, Frodo.
Frodo Baggins (2 years ago)
Would you be able to levitate a human being? How large the magnet would have to be? Is it even doable?
Tyroneous Assault (1 year ago)
Frodo Baggins yes they use EML. they are in one, and use smaller EML units to levitate objects. One astro-not even shows one. NASA is all fake. An Utter disgrace.
Steven Utter (1 year ago)
was a fake news? Write much? Nasa landed on the moon that is reality, and your lord of the rings shit is fantasy, learn the difference. Oh and we live on planet not a flat disk.
Frodo Baggins (1 year ago)
Levitates human beings with giant magnets? I know landing on the moon was a fake news!
Tyroneous Assault (1 year ago)
Frodo Baggins NASA does it.
bANoMia (1 year ago)
its doable. size is not the issue

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