## Sunday, February 24, 2013

### RTE.2.24.1 Looking for the Gwave

A thank you to +Dibyendu De for his insight on RGBwaves as a different way to clarify complexity.  His blog is the best place to get the nemetical context of RTE ( Ripple Tank Experiments.)

 Figure 1. Freq B - Freq R =  X
 Figure 1.  Detail

 Figure 2. Difference in Freq B - Freq R = X - a
 Figure 2 Detail

 Figure 3. Difference in Freq B - Freq R = X - a - b
 Figure 3. Detail

 Figure 4. Freq B = Freq R

 Figure 4 Detail

### Gwaves

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1. So interesting patterns.

When the freqs are close enough a beat freq is formed.

That is characterized by bursts of energy happening regularly within an enveloped boundary.

So clearly seen in your model.

In organizational terms it means alignment.

May be applied as a spl case of the concept 'unity of opposites', where the opposites are aligned.

When the freq differ quite a bit both influence each other and the enveloped boundary changes shape -- where one is trying to influence the other but both get mutually influenced in the process -- another special case of 'unity of opposites'.

Yes, the G waves stand out prominently with changes in the relative freqs. Interestingly 3 things change. One, the amplitude (energy content). Two, the spacing. Third, the shape of the envelope or the boundary of behavior.

2. Dibyendu - Thank you for weighing in.

I am correct in understanding?

1. amplitude is indicated by the color of the details.
2. Shape of the envelope is indicated by the white areas in the overall figures.

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2. You are welcome.

Amplitude is indicated by length and width of the color bands. In this case it is represented by both red and green.

Shape of the envelope is indicated by the boundary that enclose the white space (actually not empty) including whatever is inside it. In this case it is a shape of a candle flame (an envelope consists of successive candle flames).