Physicists Discover “Anti-Gravity” in Bizarre Buoyancy Experiment

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Physicists discover “anti-gravity ” in Welcome to the upside-down. It was over 2,000 years ago that Archimedes allegedly ran naked and dripping wet through the streets of Syracuse, Italy exclaiming “Eureka!” in exaltation over the discovery of a fundamental physical phenomena: buoyancy. This push and pull between gravity and the “buoyant” upward forces of a liquid are what keeps ships at sea (and, in the case of Archimedes, helped uncover a fraudulent royal crown). But, while this discovery may be ancient, a team of French physicists has now discovered a new kind of buoyancy that they call “anti-gravity.” In […]

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