lordpil.com - serious internet business http://lordpil.com/blog/rss lordpil's blog about technology, electronics, and life in Boston en-us http://lordpil.com/blog/rss lordpil.com - serious internet business http://lordpil.com/logo.png sculptor: more time and prototyping money, i would have figured out some sort of spring loaded rotor arm design http://www.lordpil.com/blog/archives/2017-06-23#463 http://www.lordpil.com/blog/archives/2017-06-23#463 Fri, 23 Jun 2017 07:43:00 +0900 lordpil@efnet.org (lordpil) yes http://www.lordpil.com/blog/archives/2017-06-23#401 http://www.lordpil.com/blog/archives/2017-06-23#401 Fri, 23 Jun 2017 06:41:00 +0900 lordpil@efnet.org (lordpil) oh http://www.lordpil.com/blog/archives/2017-06-23#311 http://www.lordpil.com/blog/archives/2017-06-23#311 Fri, 23 Jun 2017 05:11:00 +0900 lordpil@efnet.org (lordpil) kevtris: yeah kinda http://www.lordpil.com/blog/archives/2017-06-23#306 http://www.lordpil.com/blog/archives/2017-06-23#306 Fri, 23 Jun 2017 05:06:00 +0900 lordpil@efnet.org (lordpil) But when trying to explain how it really works, most physicists come up with a blank, point to the equation and mutter something about rotating frames of reference. It's not really our fault, we've only ever seen the equations and rotating frame explanations. This article will attempt to explain the basic workings of the Coriolis Effect in terms a non-physicist can understand. http://www.lordpil.com/blog/archives/2017-06-23#283 http://www.lordpil.com/blog/archives/2017-06-23#283 Fri, 23 Jun 2017 04:43:00 +0900 lordpil@efnet.org (lordpil)