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The following model is a strange kind of pendulum, that demonstrates... well, I'll tell you later.
The basis of the model is the following:
Now add 12 rods to get three pyramids:
Then, add the following rods on each pyramid:
The S letter is the South polarity the horizontal rod must show towards the center of the model; the two other rod rods are one North and the other South, so the left sphere shows an overall weak South magnetic field. This is the complete result:
Let's now see how the "head" of the model is built. This is a simple hexagon (pay attention to have three North and three South polarities connecting on the central sphere):
Add three triangular pyramids (below on the left) putting the rod that connects to the central spehre a North polarity: this will create a strong North magnetic field on the same ball. At last connect the opper spheres of the pyramids (below on the right):
Now is the time to complete the model.We need six strips of six rods each to be connectd to the base model as shown below:
These strips will hold the model head this way (it's not easy to setup all of this, but once built the model is really stable):
The shot above shows also the pendulum, that is four rods long. Let's see it in deailt:
The South polarity of the pendulum is just what needed to hang it from the strong from the North pole of the central sphere of the head.
Now the model is complete: it requires 145 Geomag rods (sorry, I wasn't able to obtain a working model with less pieces!).
Well, but what exactly does this model?
The behavior of this pendulum is chaothic: no way to guess were it will stop! You can bet on any of the three poles and then run the pendulum: it's much like throwing a dice! Actually, it turns out this model demonstrates the Chaos thory: this is a weird math theory, that appolies to many things in the world (and the whole universe!). If you are interested, some years ago I uploaded a short movie to youtube explaining this theory with a different Geomag model. If you are interested in it, just click here.
Article written by Guest Blogger Aldo Cavini (aka aldoaldoz)
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