Entropy begone

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+4 1. dfinit commented 8 years ago

...like a motherfucker!
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+12 2. Mackeman commented 8 years ago

What the...? Can someone please explain!?
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+1 3. HellsVacancy commented 8 years ago

I had to look up what entropy meant
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+4 4. greywolfdog commented 8 years ago

I always thought entropy meant a ordered state to a chaotic state, not the other way around?
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+8 5. cameramaster commented 8 years ago

#2 Its a well documented phenomena, works with clocks and pendulums as well...so long as they are within a certain distance of each other they will synchronise with each other...and ( as you saw ) if one "slips" out of time its soon pulled back into time with the others.....the only problem is now I've forgotten what its called ! There's an explanation of it here.

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+4 6. orion commented 8 years ago

Simply put: if pendulums are coupled (they act upon each other through something), the eigen-modes (modes of movement that are periodic in time and have well-defined frequency) require specific time-delays between them. With weak coupling and closeby frequencies, this usually means synchronization through resonance, when after a while, in the mixture of movements, only the main mode prevails.
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0 7. martynbiker commented 8 years ago

sympathetic vibration?? sympathetic vibration
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+4 8. librabooks commented 8 years ago

Same thing happens with ovulating women!
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+1 9. Killerado commented 8 years ago

What are you doing? We're rocking the ship :D