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On 9/15/2013 8:00 AM, brian whatcott wrote:
Actually, it is found that very small amounts of energy applied cyclically, will eventually synchronize devices which share a resonant frequency. Applies to electronic devices too, despite Z'ev's misgivings.Perhaps a more careful reading would have helped you. All I wrote is that "Much harder to achieve with electronic metronomes." Any coupled systems will affect each other, but it is harder to get mechanical coupling affect electronic gizmos unless they were designed for it (e.g., mechanically coupled tuning capacitor/coil). Read before jumping.
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