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comment Induction cooker + superconductive pot
I don't know the correct answer but I feel you're wrong here. Take a look: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magnetic_levitation#Superconductors for the example of stable levitation of real-live (imperfectly shaped) objects.
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comment Induction cooker + superconductive pot
The difference between your experiment and mine is induction cooker creates alternating electromagnetic field.
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comment Induction cooker + superconductive pot
Yeah, but will it levitate? Jump? Tremble?
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comment Microwave oven + water: dielectric heating or ion drag?
The waves don't have to ionize anything. Electrolytes (such as sea water) already have free ions. Google for "Electromagnetic Waves in Conducting Media" - the EM wave will create the electric current in the media.
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comment How fast does water fall in the middle of a very very thick waterfall?
@Raindrop, liquid water can't exist in vacuum. Some of the water will evaporate, some will freeze, no water will remain liquid. Details here: askville.amazon.com/water-evaporate-vacuum/…
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