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 Post subject: What is M5
PostPosted: Wed Nov 07, 2007 8:54 pm 
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:) What is M5? I have ordered the bat,but do not recieved it yet.Can the bat substitude the M5 to perform?


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PostPosted: Thu Nov 08, 2007 12:17 am 
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The M5 is a stronger version of the Bat. I've heard great things about both. If you put in practice, the Bat could be great!


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 Post subject: Re: What is M5
PostPosted: Sun Nov 11, 2007 9:26 pm 
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tuoleita wrote:
:) What is M5? I have ordered the bat,but do not recieved it yet.Can the bat substitude the M5 to perform?


I don't think the Bat can substitute the for the M5... it's probably not strong enough.


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 11, 2007 10:27 pm 
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The bat can accomplish most of the effects of the M5. Frankly, the M5 is too powerful and too bulky - whereas the bat is weaker, but still effective.

Overall, I suggest getting a PK ring instead.

The vast majority of PK effects are blatantly obvious but the PK rings let you perform the less obvious ones without as much restriction.


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I hear there is an m10 now.


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Magicmanz33 wrote:
I hear there is an m10 now.


M5 is just the item title they gave it. You can buy identical mags at many sites for a fraction of the price. You can also buy BETTER ones.


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can the M5 only attract and repel certain metals?


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can the M5 only attract and repel certain metals?


Can other magnets?


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doctor_d wrote:
can the M5 only attract and repel certain metals?


If it is a ferrous metal like steel or iron, it can attract and repel it.


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Well, not exactly. Magnets don't repel ferrous metals like steel or iron. The only attract them. They repel other magnets and certain other diamagnetic materials like Bismuth.


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DaveV wrote:
Well, not exactly. Magnets don't repel ferrous metals like steel or iron. The only attract them. They repel other magnets and certain other diamagnetic materials like Bismuth.


Curse you Dave! Well, write up my PWS (Posting While Sleeping) ticket and I'll send in the fine.

While we're on the subject, there is a special paint that you can get at Home Depot that's used to make wagnetic board surfaces on normal walls. The paint can be applied to practically anything, making the spectrum of PK effects alot more promising.


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DaveV wrote:
Well, not exactly. Magnets don't repel ferrous metals like steel or iron. The only attract them. They repel other magnets and certain other diamagnetic materials like Bismuth.


Curse you Dave! Well, write up my PWS (Posting While Sleeping) ticket and I'll send in the fine.

While we're on the subject, there is a special paint that you can get at Home Depot that's used to make wagnetic board surfaces on normal walls. The paint can be applied to practically anything, making the spectrum of PK effects alot more promising.


There's another PWS! lol


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Hey dbaker...sober up. :wink:


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dbaker_creator wrote:
DaveV wrote:
Well, not exactly. Magnets don't repel ferrous metals like steel or iron. The only attract them. They repel other magnets and certain other diamagnetic materials like Bismuth.


Curse you Dave! Well, write up my PWS (Posting While Sleeping) ticket and I'll send in the fine.

While we're on the subject, there is a special paint that you can get at Home Depot that's used to make wagnetic board surfaces on normal walls. The paint can be applied to practically anything, making the spectrum of PK effects alot more promising.


There's another PWS! lol


Nope. That's PWIARBH. . . Posting While In A Really Big Hurry.

Come on, haven't you ever heard of 'wagnetic' materials? It's stuff that shakes when you get it close to a magnet.


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