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Uploaded on Mar 13, 2009

A line of pendulums with each one having a different length - so when they all start swinging at the same time, they will each have a different period, which creates some very interesting patterns in their movements. UPDATED: Thanks to the creator of this one-of-a-kind display, Gary L. Jarrette, who also commented on this video. This pendulum display is housed in the Physical Science F Wing lobby at Arizona State University. More pics, vids and explanations about this particular display can be found here: http://pirt.asu.edu/news/2004-04-12/p....

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