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Vibration as Pendulum Swing

Figure 3.1 - Pendulum Swing as Vibration. According to the more accurate definition of a vibration what we consider as one vibration is really two which are mirror images of each other. One is positive or male (Positive-Positive and Positive-Negative) while the other is negative or female (Negative-Positive and Negative-Negative).
A pendulum swings to and fro. On the left side is the Negative phase with the Positive phase on the right. When swinging to the right the action is expanding to the Positive. So the motion is a Positive-Positive one. After reaching the full extent of its swing it begins to collapse back to the Neutral line. This is a negative motion (to the center) so it is a Positive-Negative phase. Just the opposite occurs on the left and Negative phase side. The conventional two phases of a vibration are in actuality four phases. See fig. 4 where a sine wave is illustrated showing this dramatic difference and understanding.
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