Levitation, the book aboout floating Human Levitation

The 3rd edition of the original text, first published on the web in 1996.

Main Entry: lev·i·tate
Pronunciation: 'le-v&-"tAt
Function: verb
Inflected Form(s): -tat·ed; -tat·ing
Etymology: levity
Date: 1673
intransitive senses : to rise or float in the air especially in seeming defiance of gravitation
transitive senses : to cause to levitate.

Main Entry: lev·i·ty
Pronunciation: 'le-v&-tE
Function: noun
 Etymology: Latin levitat-, levitas, from levis light in weight
Date: 1564
1 : excessive or unseemly frivolity
2 : lack of steadiness : CHANGEABLENESS

Main Entry: change·able
Pronunciation: 'chAn-j&-b&l
Function: adjective
Date: 13th century
1: capable of change: as a : able or apt to vary <changeable weather>
2 : subject to change : ALTERABLE 3 : FICKLE d : IRIDESCENT
 - change·abil·i·ty/ noun
 - change·able·ness/ noun
 - change·ably/adverb


Levitation, or “How to Float”

A book about hubris, wonder and will by Steve Karr.

Reading the book first is strongly recommended, just like the tens of thousands of folks since it was first published on the web in 1996.

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