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2006 toy invention: neodymium magnet beads: amoebas etc.

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Uploaded on Oct 11, 2006

Years before Buckyballs/Zen/Nanodots. I didn't have the ambition to start a company selling this toy. So I started posting videos, hoping someone would grab the idea. Yep, it worked. Took years though.

My secret revenge: the toy is already out there, public domain, not patentable. If someone pretends to be the inventor, well, anyone else can choose their own company name and start selling 'em.

See http://amasci.com/spheres/

Those magnets in the vid? Bought online from various suppliers back to 1999. Small neo supermagnet spheres are COOL, especially if you have way more than fifty of 'em. See links to many suppliers at bottom of http://amasci.com/spheres/

I got these large 8mm nickel-plate spheres SP-1000 from Mr. George, Supermagnetman, $0.30 each, Chrome plate or gold are more expensive than nickel.
http://www.supermagnetman.net/index.p...

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More stuff at SCIENCE HOBBYIST
http://amasci.com/unew.html

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Note: Trolls & spammers blocked immediately. Zero tolerance.

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