Stainless steel and magnets

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Re: Stainless steel and magnets

Post by footsfitter » Tue Apr 25, 2017 9:55 pm

McFarmer wrote:
NQIT wrote:This is like the Krapton Factor. Every time there's a suggestion, there's a 'yes, but..........'. Use a hoover-no electric for 200 miles. Tip the tank over-no gravity in this particular place. Use a magnet-hole's too small for it. Use a small magnet-hole's too big and we might let the anti gravity paste escape........... :D :D

Don't know if I would use a vacuum around gasoline fumes.

Car might turn into a rocket.

Looks like you don't need the vacuum Mac?

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Re: Stainless steel and magnets

Post by Flintstone » Tue Apr 25, 2017 11:53 pm

NQIT wrote:This is like the Krapton Factor. Every time there's a suggestion, there's a 'yes, but..........'. Use a hoover-no electric for 200 miles. Tip the tank over-no gravity in this particular place. Use a magnet-hole's too small for it. Use a small magnet-hole's too big and we might let the anti gravity paste escape........... :D :D

Feel free to come round and magic it out. :D
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Re: Stainless steel and magnets

Post by NQIT » Wed Apr 26, 2017 7:53 am

Flintstone wrote:
NQIT wrote:This is like the Krapton Factor. Every time there's a suggestion, there's a 'yes, but..........'. Use a hoover-no electric for 200 miles. Tip the tank over-no gravity in this particular place. Use a magnet-hole's too small for it. Use a small magnet-hole's too big and we might let the anti gravity paste escape........... :D :D

Feel free to come round and magic it out. :D
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Re: Stainless steel and magnets

Post by footsfitter » Wed Apr 26, 2017 9:04 pm

NQIT wrote: Like that, or just like that. Ah ha ha ha.

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Re: Stainless steel and magnets

Post by McFarmer » Wed Apr 26, 2017 9:30 pm

footsfitter wrote:
NQIT wrote: Like that, or just like that. Ah ha ha ha.

Hey Mac, are you logged into the right account?
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Re: Stainless steel and magnets

Post by Flintstone » Wed Apr 26, 2017 11:25 pm

McFarmer wrote:
footsfitter wrote:
NQIT wrote: Like that, or just like that. Ah ha ha ha.

Hey Mac, are you logged into the right account?
Drat, I have so many to choose from.

Including the one on Facebook? :D
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