The Vibrational Spectrum Part 2 - 10

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Monday, 18 July 2016 20:00
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Welcome to Part 2-10 of
The Universal Vibrational Spectrum

Vertical Wave Pendulum Design & Calibration Method

This class provides essential information on the design and practical use of the Vertical Wave Pendulum, which we will be using in this course to detect Vertical Waves in all 12 Bands of the Universal Vibrational Spectrum.  

This class also contains the practice to Calibrate the Cord Length on the Vertical Wave Pendulum, and how to set the Dials on this pendulum for testing.  
The material for this class is covered in Chapter XI of your PDF Handout, as well as in the streaming video and downloadable MP3 audio file.  

The Test Sheet you will use for Calibrating the Cord Length practice in this class is the 12 Horizontal Bands Test Sheet (aka Spectrum Test Page) which you downloaded and printed earlier in this class.  If you still have this printout, use it in this class; if you do not have it, then print it out again with the PDF provided in this class.  

Although we primarily use this Test Sheet for testing all the Horizontal Waves, we can also use it for Calibrating the Cord Length on the Vertical Wave Pendulum; this is because when this page is printed out the images have Vertical Waves of the shown Bands, in addition to the Horizontal Waves.  
The reason for this is that the synthetic ink used in modern printers produces Vertical Waves as well as Horizontal Waves, as is explained in this class.  As always, you need to have a printed copy of this Test Sheet to use for your testing, and the page should NOT be tested on any type of digital device screen (which will interfere with its specific vibrations.)

This segment has a streaming video for you to watch and an MP3 file of the audio track for you to download and keep, plus the 2 Horizontal Bands Test Sheet PDF

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