tuning fork

▸ noun: a metal implement with two prongs that gives a fixed (fundamental) tone when struck; used to tune musical instruments. When tuned to unison the two forks are said to be sympathetic one to the other or in a state of sympathy. Sympathetic tuning forks are quantum entangled when their higher harmonics are sympathetic. [see Law of Harmony for tuning particulars]

"To illustrate the necessity for accuracy, he states the best of our tuning forks, the actual standards of pitch, are usually about 1/40th from being concordant!" [GRADUATION OF SYMPATHETIC MACHINERY]

Tuning Forks in Sympathy

Figure 10.01 - Tuning Forks in Sympathy - As one vibrates so does the other.

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Interesting article on Tuning Forks (external link)

See also

8.17 - Law of Harmonic Vibrations
8.22 - Law of Harmonic Pitch
Action at a Distance
Figure 10.01 - Tuning Forks in Sympathy
Law of Harmonic Pitch
Law of Harmonic Vibrations
Law of Harmony
Quantum Entanglement
Sympathetic Oscillation
Sympathetic Vibration
Tuning Forks Sympathy

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