Author Topic: Idea for T/PK Instead of a Glass  (Read 2134 times)

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April 18, 2004, 10:40:49 AM
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T_Entliona

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If trying to do T/PK under a glass so that you know it isn't the wind is a problem for you, but you can do it without the glass, I have an idea that may work.  Basically, it is 4 pieces of string with tape at the ends, hung around the psiwheel.  They will almost certainly move by the wind before the psiwheel does.  A picture of my set up is here:


Tell me what you think.



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April 18, 2004, 11:10:22 AM
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ROFL! I give you credit, that's a cool idea :)

As much of an excess of time you have on your hands, it's still cool :)

April 18, 2004, 11:16:56 AM
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Quote from: T_Entliona
Tell me what you think.


Heheheh.  Very clever.  :)  Of course, make sure the pieces of paper are close to the same height as the psi wheel.  :)

Also, if you're going to put such time into clever setups like that, you could also try this:  Hang a jar over the psi wheel, then gradually lower the jar each time you attempt to turn the psi wheel.  Proceed only when you are comfortable with turning the psi wheel for each step at lowering the jar.

Turning the psi wheel inside a jar is no different than turning it while it is outside of a jar.  It is only a psychological barrier, and it is a useful exercise to learn to overcome it.
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