“Empty space can set objects in motion, a physicist claims.
Motion can be conjured out of thin air, according to a physicist in Israel. Alexander Feigel of the Weizmann Institute of Science in Rehovot says that objects can achieve speeds of several tenths of a millimetre an hour by getting a push from the empty space of a vacuum.”
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