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Nail in Wood



My StepDad has been doing a lot of work in our house and doing construction in our downstairs bathroom, and from observing him while he works instead of helping, and I have learned physics from the work that he does. As we all know, objects never really come in contact with each other, the magnetic forces of one objects electrons just push against the magnetic force of the other objects electrons, and since they are both negative, they push each other apart. When you hammer a nail into wood then, the nail does not even come in contact with the wood, it just creates a hole in the wood with its electrons, and then hovers in the hole, because the electrons push each other apart with basically equal forces, making the nail levitate.


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