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poynt99

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It's not as complicated as it may seem...

« Reply #150 on: 2014-10-21, 00:49:20 »

Brilliant! Thanks Brad.

May I suggest that you post your video as a response on Lifehack2012's video? Might put a big damper on that jackass's temptations to do more rubbish videos.
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« Reply #151 on: 2014-10-22, 13:49:30 »
@all

Crazy that my first youtube in 2007 was about the wire kick when we were all in the throws of the SM TPU and the kick was a prime subject for months.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XXgL4Wf8zrQ

So 6 years later here is another youtube on the kick.
http://youtu.be/Oh8Qzru67NM

The first video was done with litz wire and you can see that litz really wants to move at low frequencies and show itself to the eye. The second video is using a single strand of wire and here you will never see it move with the naked eye but under the microscope, this at least confirms that if the wire has a length that is supported at two points, it does in fact move.

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