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Experiment 9

Facts: the experiment with water;
rolling an atom

Experiment 10 reveals that an atom consisting of water moves toward a magnet.

(Fig. Q): the picture where an atom of water is drawn by a magnet.

Figure Q1 shows the front view of the water dispersed on a plate glass. If you place a pin magnet near the surface of water, there is an atom attracted by the magnetic force. In other words, if you move the magnet in the direction of the → it may slip away from the surface of the water and follow the magnet. This phenomenon is very surprising and interesting.

Figure Q1 is the front view and Figure Q2 is the side view of this experiment.

Before finishing Chapter 1, I would like to answer a probable question. You are most likely wondering why I recorded all the experiments in Chapter 1 with the word "Fact". The word is correct on the basis of the discovery, which is recorded in Chapter 2, on the new image of a material made on our retinae. Generally, we use the word "fact" on the image of a material seen through the reflection of visible light. Moreover, the word can also be used for the image of a material seen through the penetration of visible light on the basis of the discovery in Chapter 2. It is in contrast to the fact seen to us through the reflection of visible light.

"The End of Discovered Facts"