Japanese Synchronicity

You’ll “get it” by halfway mark…feel free to skip ahead if you must!

Leave a comment if you can explain….

Bob

Hint: Think Newton’s 3rd Law, and how it may play here.

Friday, September 28th, 2012 Audiophile, Bob, General, Video

3 Comments to Japanese Synchronicity

  1. I’ve been reading and contributing to a physics blog for a couple months, and just today the professor did a new post on resonance, so if you read his page you may understand the Japanese Synchronicity experiment.

    Vincent Sauvé

    http://profmattstrassler.com/articles-and-posts/particle-physics-basics/fields-and-their-particles-with-math/ball-on-a-spring-classical/1a-resonance/

  2. skepica on September 28th, 2012
  3. It would seem sound waves eventually cancel each other out producing harmony as a result. Much like a gathering I went to once when a few hundred people at the last night hung around a lake and played music, each starting with something different but within an hour somehow they all harmonized on a tune and from there it went on for an hour or more with everyone just going along all as smooth as silk and all unrehearsed.

  4. michael K. on October 1st, 2012
  5. In this case, the resonance is propagated mechanically, through the table (not sonically). More powerful coupling, and better chance for waves (pulses) to remain coherent.

    BW

  6. Bob on October 1st, 2012
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