Tuesday, April 14, 2015

L is for levitate #atozchallenge

Can scientists cause objects to float in the air (levitate)?
In order for an object to levitate, an object must be lifted off of a surface, move in thin air to a different spot and remain afloat.
Scientists at the University of Japan have successfully caused objects to levitate by using ultrasonic sound waves. Heavier objects than electronic parts are levitated by increasing the sound waves.

1 comment:

  1. Heck I wish I could levitate! haahahaha - good one Linda. Guess I'll go see what I can think of. :)