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The right triangle presented in the small pdf attachment (9k) has a mathematically perfect solution for one particular angle. The use of the wavelength of the precession emission of neutral hydrogen as the wavelength multiplier is the significant feature of the geometric-mathematical relationship.

 

I have not been able to find any literature that involved the use of the stated wavelength multiplier and wonder if any forum members have knowledge of its use elsewhere.

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For those that haven't already noticed, if the wavelength multiplier is increased by 10^2, and then everything recalculated, the results are absolutely symmetrical. The triangle then is mathematically perfect, at least to the precision of the known physical constants.

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I'm not really familiar with this concept at all. Got any links to any other pages that introduce it at all?

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The following URL presents a paper that uses a facet of the concept as the basis for establishing a natural time base.

 

http://www.journaloftheoretics.com/Articles/4-6/makinson.pdf

 

I have yet to find any articles on the unique triangle symmetry by any other academic or scientific institution. The shortest comment I have received was from a Professor of Electrical Engineering who responded with "interesting".

 

Electrical Engrs. are rigorously introduced to transverse wave notation, thus the radian/wavelength relationship presented by the particular triangle isn't as strange as it appears to other scientific/mathematical disciplines.

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just wanted to comment that lambda_4=lambda_H because y is 1.

another thing does the electromagnetic triangle has physical significance?

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It looks all like playing with mathematics without a real meaning whatsoever.

 

anyone that can see something usefull in it ?? explain. I can't.

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Unfortunately not. The posts appear to all be highly technical in nature and I'm not very much inclined to wade through them.

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here I go again! Asking yet MORE questions :)

 

FrankM, can you explain it in more simple terms please, it`s just way too complicated? to me a mathematicly perfect triangle is where all 3 inside angles equals 180 degrees, and that`s the extent of my knowledge.

can you explain it "laymans" terms at all?

 

Thnx :)

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LESS detailed and more conscise/simple would work for me :)

 

can You explain please (as in above post before yours)?

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YT2095 "LESS detailed and more conscise/simple would work for me"

 

The web pages on the following site can help you understand the principles involved in the geometric-mathematical relationship.

 

http://www.physicsclassroom.com/Class/waves/wavestoc.html

 

The only thing that should be added is to examine the parameters presented in Lesson 1-1 The Sinusoidal Waveform at the following site:

 

http://www.sweethaven.com/acee/forms/coursemain.asp

 

and proceed to the Definition for "The Sinusoidal Waveform".

 

All the information you need to understand what is presented in the emtriangle1.pdf article is provided in the above web pages, and I can't explain it simpler.

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