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5 months ago

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two equal dots oscillating out of phase at lambda/2 create a rotating spiral wave

5 months ago

two equal dots oscillating out of phase at lambda/2 create a rotating spiral wave ... See MoreSee Less

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5 months ago

the dot interacts with its own wave in a coherent circular mode

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the color indicates the direction of the wave

It's like spin. Maybe it can explain results of Stern–Gerlach experiment.

Do you have it on youtube or a direct download link?

6 months ago

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7 months ago

#Quadrille2Lambada But what about conservation of angular momentum ??? ... See MoreSee Less

7 months ago

self orbiting no-dot wave with spiral wings ... See MoreSee Less

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Oh oh what is it?

8 months ago

Lots of orbits these days, but here the spiral arms of the quadrupole are more clearly visible ( And this is raw footage without edit) ... See MoreSee Less

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Compare with this one

So, double spiral arms in many galaxies are result of two black holes in center of galaxy, which are orbiting each other? No dark mater then.

Do you think the spiral arms are mimicking some quantum phenomenon?

8 months ago

2 orbiting dots can create a quadrupole with spiralling arms ... See MoreSee Less

8 months ago

chiral field ... See MoreSee Less

8 months ago

auto-heart-beat ... See MoreSee Less

9 months ago

bipolar auto-order

The dot and its wave form a rotating auto-trapped dipole

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#disco #disco #disco
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Didn't get bored yet?! Let's do something more useful in your lab!

9 months ago

Auto-Orbit : the dot gets trapped in its own wave and revolves around successive twin oscillons

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9 months ago

a wave without a dot ... See MoreSee Less

11 months ago

la nouvelle vague, moteur, ca tourne 😂😜 ... See MoreSee Less

12 months ago

Wave perpétuelle 🙂 ... See MoreSee Less

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How you did this?

12 months ago

auto-orbit

the local faraday wave field around the dotwave excites an oscillon, that creates its own circular field around which the dot is guided
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1 years ago

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please note the curvature deformation of the interference pattern created by the 3 droplets when they start rotating. This is because the speed of propagation of interactions on the bath surface is finite .

fast checkboard demodulation vizualization from Sander Wildeman ("synthetic schlieren") github.com/swildeman/fcd

what can we deduce from this 3-droplet interaction ? 🤔😆

1 years ago

4-Walker ... See MoreSee Less

1 years ago

Two dotwaves, with symetrical initial conditions, and a finite speed of interaction. Only the wave is shown. Can you guess where are the dots ? ... See MoreSee Less

An interesting article from Tomas Bohr, the grandson of Niels Bohr :
The walking droplets closely resemble quantum particles driven by a ‘pilot wave’, but how far the analogy can be taken is presently unknown

http://fermatslibrary.com/s/quantum-physics-dropwiseImage attachment

1 years ago

An interesting article from Tomas Bohr, the grandson of Niels Bohr :
"The walking droplets closely resemble quantum particles driven by a ‘pilot wave’, but how far the analogy can be taken is presently unknown"

fermatslibrary.com/s/quantum-physics-dropwise
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2 years ago

[SOUND] Did you know coupled equations can whistle just like a pair of Parakeet ? 🙂 🙂 ... See MoreSee Less

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spectrogram inside

2 years ago

What can you see in the bottom right corner ? ... See MoreSee Less

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Bottom right corner: fixed energy levels and instant switching between them.

Looks Happy! ^_^

Hey heliogone. Can you try this simple setup: Place a cylindrical object above the water (like a pen for exemple) and punch the water with it at 1836.15267389 times the forcing frequency of the water. This ratio is the Proton to Electron mass ratio. Then send a walker near it. Maybe this setup could simulate perfectly an electron around a proton? What do you think?

2 years ago

[ 83 - Dotwave in a ring ] And the end of this presentation !

Muchas gracias to Dr Senor Marc Fleury for support and bananafull discussions for those last 5 years 🍌🖖👍

marcf.blogspot.fr/
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2 years ago

[ 82 - Follow me ] Linear orbit ... See MoreSee Less

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