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Hover cars

flying cars on magnet cushians
 
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How about roads with neodydium super magnet tiles, or even ferrite tiles over the width of the road. If the car had one main magnet for lifting force and three or four long poles/supports with mangets on them to stop the car from flipping over you could have hover cars, finally! But a few obvius problems exist, like the fact that any people wearing watches or steel of any kind will stick to the roads. Heres a text diagram of my idea: N_________NNN__________N

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LIPOVITAN D, Aug 29 2004

flying cars yay http://www.halfbake...flying_20cars_20yay
seems pretty close to this idea by [hover_dude] [krelnik, Oct 04 2004]

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       W_______HAT__________S   

       THISSSSSSSSSSSSSSABOUT?
wagster, Aug 29 2004
  

       Is there someone going around posting mad ideas as a first posting, under as many account names as possible?
scubadooper, Aug 29 2004
  

       generally such ideas are repulsive, this is the polar opposite   

       you won't have that problem with the car flipping over
xx, Aug 29 2004
  

       [LIPOVITAN D] created an account and posted this idea on the 'bakery on the same day, a month before the great crash.   

       The user never created another idea, nor did they comment on any ideas.   

       Speculative cause of death is a magnetic car accident.
normzone, Jan 31 2020
  

       [xx], on the other hand, created their account in 2001, and commented on several ideas of others, but never generated an idea of their own.
normzone, Jan 31 2020
  
      
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