Quick find:

-{Citizen}- Alryn: There's this institution in the Netherlands that can
            make fruit float.
-{Citizen}- Vizra: Link me
-{Citizen}- Alryn: I'll see if I can find it.
-{Citizen}- Vizra nods
-{Citizen}- Alryn: http://www.ru.nl/hfml/research/levitation/diamagnetic/
-{Citizen}- Alryn: Basically, they took a HUGE magnet and focused it on an
            area the size of an espresso cup. Then they tossed stuff in.
-{Citizen}- Vizra: Yeah
-{Citizen}- Vizra: Its still cool
-{Citizen}- Rosuav laffs out loud!
-{Citizen}- Rosuav: That's gotta be fun
-{Citizen}- Rosuav has a blank look on his face.
-{Citizen}- Rosuav: 16 Tesla?!
-{Citizen}- Alryn: I'm guessing that's like "a boatload of magnetism".
-{Citizen}- Vizra: It is
-{Citizen}- Rosuav: Three boatloads, I think
-{Citizen}- Vizra grins at Rosuav
-{Citizen}- Alryn grins
-{Citizen}- Bael: 1 metric shitton of magnetism
-{Citizen}- Rosuav: Here, this might help you grok what 16 T is like:
-{Citizen}- Rosuav: 5 mT - the strength of a typical refrigerator magnet
-{Citizen}- Rosuav: BTW, I love the simple explanation on the original page
-{Citizen}- Vizra: Good find, either way. I like that article
-{Citizen}- Alryn: There should be a "Don't try this at home" warning at
            the bit where they say you can test between you and your
            parents how changing something settled and quiet will draw out
            a negative response.
-{Citizen}- Rosuav grins