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Coupled Pendulums explained with Easter eggs
posted April 23 2011 11:06.22 by Giorgos Lazaridis

A coupled twin pendulum has a weird reaction when one of the two sides is set to oscillate. Professor Roger Bowley from Sixty Symbols decided to demonstrate and explain this weird oscillation, using two easter eggs. Nice video

[Link: Sixty Symbols]
Tags: physics   mechanical   pendulum   experiments   science   theory/tutorial   how it works   

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