Mark Gilbreath July 7, 2012 06:01 PM I can see this being used in decorative wall sconces. And the fact that it basically 'Docks' itself during an outage, is a definite plus. Bill Bennett July 7, 2012 11:22 PM Bitchin' I want one SamD July 8, 2012 10:23 PM A great application of existing technologies! Full compliments to the author for declaring that there is no new science here, just new ideas in applying same. The popular media has a way of running away with headlines (god particle anyone?) - so my hat is off to Paul for telling it like it is. Accurate science reporting matters. kellory July 9, 2012 12:15 AM Kudos to the kid. Cool effect, nice application of existing tech. I like it. mommus July 9, 2012 07:18 AM it's cool but I don't think I could convince the apartment upstairs to install a huge electromagnet in their lounge Buzz Knapp-Fisher July 9, 2012 07:46 AM this would look good in our eco trailer wle July 9, 2012 02:02 PM and people don;t want to live within a mile of power lines what would the electric field be in here, about 1,000,000 times as much? Jansen Estrup July 9, 2012 02:19 PM Frank Herbert's globe light - nice job! dsiple July 9, 2012 02:23 PM Mark, by "docks itself" do you mean that it drops to the floor? Am I missing something there? Karl Dulle July 9, 2012 05:21 PM Nice, My first thought was what happens when powered down? But the self docking feature is way cool..