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What is Hysteresis?

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  • Published on Aug 11, 2020
  • Source: James Sethna
    Professor of Physics at Cornell University
    www.lassp.cornell.edu/sethna/h...
    Source: Andrew Hall
    Eye of the Storm - Part 7
    thedailyplasma.blog/2020/07/26...
    Thumbnail image credit: Andrea Alexandra
    Cymatics & Science
    ru-clip.com/channel/UCCol...
    P.S. - It's really pronounced /histəˈrēsis/
    Fair use. For educational purposes. ⚡️EUE2020VISION⚡️
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Comments • 16

  • bipola telly
    bipola telly 2 years ago +10

    A grasp of language is very important during a fakedemic.

  • Will The Electrician
    Will The Electrician 2 years ago +7

    Magnetic over saturation and exhaustion. In my own words. This is why nearly all electromagnetic circuitry components have an eventual shelf life. Some solenoid devices have a shorter shelf life depending on how they are made, and others last much longer if they are NEMA rated. This is a fascinating subject, it delves into material sciences that are currently under additional scrutiny given the recent UFO disclosure article in the New York Times.

    • bipola telly
      bipola telly 2 years ago +2

      Lord Bertie Rothspuppy has a flying saucer.

  • Beadybonce
    Beadybonce 2 years ago +2

    Mega fascinating as always! Thanks for uploading this.

  • Joe Deglman
    Joe Deglman 2 years ago +2

    Thank you, Sir James Alfred Ewing. What about a hysterectomy or an addadictomy?

  • Binra
    Binra 2 years ago +2

    HA! - I looked up the word after reading Andy's No7 too ;-)
    Hysteria - regardless etymology - is the looping of a historical state or stored and reactivated conditioning.
    Separation trauma has patterns that are archetypal themes of primary conditioning under loss of love-resonant connection or communication to
    lack, fear, struggle, conflict pain and loss
    Hysteria was fairly recently named I believe - by male psychologists.
    That may be worth a ponder.
    Feedback loops could include memory and anticipation of its projected future.
    In a fractal sense of Everything, I include even our 'consciousness' such as it reveals or is revealed of a greater Whole.
    Charge separations, attractions and repulsions make up the psychic-emotional matrix of an interactive or relational experience.
    Yet action and reaction are flux, while synchronicity reveals itself a standing wave ;-)
    The diversity of perspectives with a consciousness is its richness of interactions, resonances and creative expansion of new perspectives.
    The interplay between apparently closed and open systems is also the dance between balance and imbalance or chaos and order.

    • Binra
      Binra 2 years ago +1

      @Electric Universe Eyes Synchronicity is the true Condition of which temporal experience extends or unfolds. The recognition that 'bleeds through' into the '3D consciousness' may be associated with the situation in the mind's attempt to grasp and understanding in its own terms. But Recognition of Resonance is in a sense the Tuning fork of being unto itself.
      So rather than fit the 'new wine' into the 'old paradigm' comes the willingness to let the tuning align the mind - as the prompt and guide and support for reintegration.

    • Electric Universe Eyes
      Electric Universe Eyes  2 years ago +1

      Binra Perhaps this explains why I’ve always had Déjà vu throughout my life! Such a weird feeling!

  • dirty pure
    dirty pure 2 years ago +4

    Thanks for the lesson c:

  • bipola telly
    bipola telly 2 years ago +4

    For those about to rock.... I salute you.
    (CD on its journey.)

  • Branjun Villamayor
    Branjun Villamayor 9 months ago +2

    Hysteresis is pronounced differently in other pages

    • Electric Universe Eyes
      Electric Universe Eyes  9 months ago +1

      Yes, I botched it. Never heard it pronounced before. Now I know how to say it 😅

  • Ben Reece
    Ben Reece 10 months ago

    In electronics school we pronounced it, his ta ree sis. Thirty years ago lol.
    Have you seen Ken Wheeler's channel? He's #1 on magnetism.

    • Electric Universe Eyes
      Electric Universe Eyes  10 months ago

      That’s what I get for reading all the time!

    • Electric Universe Eyes
      Electric Universe Eyes  10 months ago

      You are pronouncing it correctly. I never actually heard the word spoken until after I made this video and everyone called me out on it. Hahaha

  • Bubba Bong
    Bubba Bong 2 years ago +1

    The difference a day makes. We use hysteresis every single day if we fiddle with our thermostats. Well we don’t but out thermostats do. Why do you got to make it sound so dang complicated?