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Old 11-15-2006, 10:34 AM   #11
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Hmm...wow, sounds like a fun test to do!
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Hmm...wow, sounds like a fun test to do!
Yep, and all you need is some thicker guage metal (copper, brass, or iron usually work best)!
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also can be used to find spirits of dead people.....

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also can be used to find spirits of dead people.....

lol, not quite...

We're not making this up. There'* a logical explanation for why this works...
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i've never seen them in use but my grandpa swore by them... i would like to see some one use some though
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Old 11-15-2006, 01:47 PM   #16
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...Actually..as old guy was explaining it to me.. he mentioned, they cross because of the magnetism of the water...
Yeah, that'* why I use plastic pipe under my sinks. Don't want that magnetic water sticking to ferrous pipes an' cloggin' 'em up. lol :P
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