Magnetic Properties Of Carb Levo Er

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Gary Martin Says:


I noticed after accidentally dropping a bottle of carb/levo ER that the individual pills seemed to "react" strangely when they came contact with other pills. Upon checking I found that the pills each appear to have, what appears to be, a slight magnetic charge. This could be shown by forming a circle of pills. When an individual pill is tossed into the center of the pills it does not remain there, rather it is forced out to the side. Has anyone any knowledge of this "force"? If so, please advise. By the way, I took a video, for anyone who is interested.



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David Says:

That's actually pretty fascinating. I've never heard of this happening with any other pills before. If you happen to have a youtube video showing this that would be great.

It certainly sounds like magnetism or something occurring within the frequencies of those capsules. Do you have any other magnets (on the fridge perhaps) that could help test your theory?

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Gary Says:

David,
I can't locate the original movies I took when I first noticed the apparent magnetic effect of the pills, but no matter, I should be able to reproduce and post it on YouTube. I'll let you know how I make out.

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Gary Says:

In filming the pills today I noticed they seem to react oddly even when they are by themselves. What I mean by that when I drop them on almost any surface they tend to bonce off the place where they're dropped. If you look at YouTube "Hopping Pills", you'll see I've placed a piece of black foamboard on the floor and whenever I drop a pill on the board it usually bounces away from the drop point. I don't have a good bar magnet to test for magnetism and the refrigerator magnets don't appear to have any real effect on the pills. Anyway, any ideas or suggestions you might have would be appreciated..Thanks, Gary

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