If we made a custom levitating coil like this: http://www.geocities.com/Area51/Shire/3075/globe.html so that we could suspend a small Iron ball in the levitation coil. Next If we added two small but powerful electromagnets to each opposite equatorial side of the Iron ball so we could play tug of war with the Iron ball with the Electromagnets while in suspension, the two added electromagnets called Y and Z take turns, Y turns on while Z is off, Then Y shuts off and Z turns on, the process alternates between the two electromagnets. The question is, How many times a second would the two electromagnets have to turn off and on so that a vibration in the Iron Ball begins to resinate the Iron ball so that it begins to react with the surrounding air and what would the Iron balls vibrational velocity have to be to create a surface fusion reaction on the Balls surface from slamming into air molecules? assume that the air is Deuterium. Also, What would be the vibrational distance of the Iron Ball moving side to side be?