artificial gravity

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artificial gravity

[¦ärd·ə¦fish·əl ′grav·əd·ē]
(aerospace engineering)
A simulated gravity established within a space vehicle by rotation or acceleration.
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And, with the Maker Faire just the place to do it, he will show off two creations: an Ejector Bed and his X-Men Magneto-style magnetic boots which apparently allow him to walk on ceilings.
Kim saw a trade stand at Greenhead Park RSPCA horse show in September, selling Bioflow magnetic boots.
Derek's even made magnetic boots for racehorses with muscular pain, including stablemates of Cheltenham Gold Cup winner Cool Dawn and the Queen's horse Threadneedle.
Vicky says many horse owners have been thrilled by the benefits that Bioflow magnetic boots have brought to their horses.