Yeah, I can’t. I scrolled to the end but what I picked up on the way there confirms it. I’ll try the other book, which is what I’d really wanted. Still I got out of this what I needed.

Yeah, I can’t. I scrolled to the end but what I picked up on the way there confirms it. I’ll try the other book, which is what I’d really wanted.

Still I got out of this what I needed.–

like here where i’m at in the book i’m looking at, you can see how this is really another way of looking at laminar flow vs turbulence but in a simpler way

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These are studies of weakly coupled systems — they are just BARELY synchronized

It’s one of the reasons I find it so beautiful: It’s so fragile, easily knocked out of an oscillation pattern
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weak coupling would be two pendulums attached to a bar that can move a little by string but swing at their own oscillations
strong coupling would be two pendulums attached directly to each other.
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 I mean, it’s basically gear ratios.
For every 1 turn, the other thing does 7 turns. SO, 1/7.
For every 2 turns, the other thing does 5 turns, so 2/5
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