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Pendulum Waves

Discussion in 'Off-topic Zone' started by Arch Stanton, Oct 19, 2011.

  1. Arch Stanton

    Arch Stanton it was the grave marked unknown right beside

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    [youtube]yVkdfJ9PkRQ[/youtube]
     
  2. dreghorn2

    dreghorn2 Well-Known Member Zone Supporter

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    Very cool.
     
  3. SaltwaterServr

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    Woah. Trippy.
     
  4. Sam I Am

    Sam I Am Unfriendly and Aloof!

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    Mathematical patterns. :)
     
  5. Rynie

    Rynie Benched

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    That is cool. There are several split-seconds where they sync up.
     
  6. dback

    dback Member

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    Here is a cool video of some 2D standing waves illustrated with sand on a board with a wave (sound) generator attached.

    [youtube]GtiSCBXbHAg[/youtube]
     
  7. Sam I Am

    Sam I Am Unfriendly and Aloof!

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    It's stuff like these that make it hard to be a Super Stringtheory skeptic. You can see that strings and form waves and vice versa.
     
  8. SaltwaterServr

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    Or see random chaos form itself back into wave patterns. I was perplexed as a kid watching water come out of a down spout of a friend's house's gutters, splash on the driveway, and then it formed waves within the surface after a few feet. How could waves be forming out of random choatic splashing?

    Now I understand how each atom of water is given a different speed once it impacted the concrete and the surface of the concrete adjusted those speeds so that as the droplets coalesced into a sheet of water running down the driveway, some were faster and some were slower. Hence you get wave formation as you would in any other system.
     

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