Experiment that violates Newton's Third Law


On the presented video the coreless solenoid coil is suspended above the flat circular magnet that is attached to the weakly fixed rod. The mass of the coil (≈ 4 g) is much less than the total mass of the magnet and the rod (≈ 30 g). In accordance with Newton's Third Law, when a low-frequency signal (≈ 10 Hz) is applied to the coil, it and the magnet should begin to swing in the opposite direction. Moreover, the swinging amplitude of the lighter coil must be greater than the swinging amplitude of the magnet. But nothing like this happens here. The amplitude of the coil is small, but the amplitude of the magnet is huge. Thus, there is probably a violation of the Newton's third law.

 

 

In fact, I think that the Newton's Third Law has a limited scope, and the large amplitude of the magnet is due to the release of its internal energy, which occurs under some specific conditions. Now I am researching these conditions. The results are shocking, but I have already calmed down.   It is only the beginning ...