The water would be recycled through out the day
dragonfly Jafe wrote:Or for the brave build an electromagnetic slide, with an oppositily polarized electromagnetic sled....
kilngod wrote:Even if you don't make it into a slide, the magnet idea has potential. Imagine a large flat surface covered with the hard disk drive magnets from old computers, all facing north side up. Then get a big piece of plywood lined on the bottom with magnets north down. Say at least 4x4, or whatever it takes to keep the sucker floating with someone sitting on it. You could make it into some kind of magnetic human-sized rideable air hockey game, just sit on the patform and have someone give you a push to see how far you go on a frictionless cushion. Interesting excercise in ballistics.
Would the repelling field of enough drive magnets support a person?
dragonfly Jafe wrote:How about a slip-n-slide on the ground with a water-ski style handle that is attached to a weight that is dropped from a tower, pulling you across the slip-n-slide at an accelerating rate (into what, I do not know...)
Still have some water problems, but this way there aren't slippery drunks 25' above the Playa.
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