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Wed May 11 10:23:45 CEST 2011
On 10/05/11 05:06, Andy Farnell wrote:
> If the whammy was long, a finite, discrete change of angle would make
> the end of the bar move several inches. Since it could not exist in
> any position between two discrete angles the end would have to move
> instantaneously (infinite velocity) between two positions in space.
> This would lead to sore fingers.
more likely a very long whammy that bends a little and doesn't move much at all,
if it is fingers doing the pushing ... it would have quite a bit of inertia.
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