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The physics of the lever

  1. Jul 22, 2004 #1
    I'm back again. My physics of the lever is better than any other.

    All of physics, even Newtonian mechanics stumble upon
    The Physics Of The LEVER!!!
     
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  3. Jul 22, 2004 #2
    Hi sexwish,

    First, you have a very nice website.

    How can we understand strange attractors (http://mathworld.wolfram.com/StrangeAttractor.html), by using lever principles?
     
  4. Jul 23, 2004 #3
    me & sexwish, we are one

    hi,

    I tauhght I was banned so I preregistered under dedaNoe.

    How are this attractors, on the page you provided, physics related?
     
  5. Jul 23, 2004 #4
    With a nice language feature! :biggrin: :wink:
     
  6. Jul 23, 2004 #5
  7. Jul 24, 2004 #6
    My law for dynamics of the lever was:

    F'=Fsoc(a)-Dsin(a) and D'=Fsin(a)+Dcos(a)

    It is a sort of linear attractor, right?

    Have you seen my simulation?
    www.geocities.com/dedaNoe/_files/particle_sim.zip
    For binary dept = 2 it's simple, two weights lever...
    For binary dept = 14 it's highly complex, chaotic lever...

    But can we, please, stick to my Physics Of The Lever instead of jumping to other theories (chaos theory)?
     
  8. Jul 25, 2004 #7
    But the most phenomena in nature are complex, so why should we stick in the trivial side of the Physics Of The Lever, instead of exploring any possible state of it?

    If you clime that the Physics Of The Lever is a fundamental law of nature, then, in my opinion, you cannot limit your research to some limited side of it.
     
    Last edited: Jul 25, 2004
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