Guestbook for harmonographs.freewebspace.com
Name:Badiah
Email:penggemuktiens{at}gmail.com
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you from:
http://www.penggemuktiens.com/
Comments:Wonderfull Blog, I Love This One. <a href ="http://penggemuktiens.com"> Suplemen Penggemuk/Penambah Berat Badan </a> Yang sehat
February 21, 2016 15:28:12 (GMT Time)



Name:Mr. Grant
Email:mrgrant{at}gmail.com
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you from:
Louisiana
Comments:I would love to see your collection of instruments. Very impressive!
April 16, 2015 20:16:17 (GMT Time)



Name:Jauregui
Email:info{at}epunauen.de
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you from:
Germany
Comments:Dear person, by analyzing your results I found the figure "2011 NYSF Perfect Orb started and stopped at the same point". I would like to know which conditions you have used to generate this graph. Thank you very much in advance. Looking forward to hearing from you soon Best Regards Javier Jauregui
December 25, 2014 13:46:47 (GMT Time)



Name:Walt Ridgwell
Email:ridgwell{at}sbcglobal.net
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you from:
Livermore, CA
Comments:Great website!! It wasn't that long ago that there was very little on harmonographs. This is great!
May 13, 2013 18:36:11 (GMT Time)



Name:Karen
Email:klsbec{at}yahoo.ca
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you from:
Ontario, Canada
Comments:I enjoyed reading informative comments for a change. Usually the comment section of a news report is not worth the time. Today was different. Thank you.
March 24, 2013 12:35:12 (GMT Time)



Name:Alexander Gourlay
Email:agourlay{at}risd.edu
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you from:
Providence RI
Comments:My father was the author of the Mechanix Illustrated article. After the article came out we built one for Salvadore Dali (his ocelot liked it a lot) and we also built a huge and dangerous machine about fourteen feet high on a rose arbor -- this produced a large design that was featured in an "Art and Science" exhibition in Albany. The prototype device we built for the article was installed in an upstairs lobby of the Fawcett Building in NYC and was still amusing people there when I visited in about 1975.
January 30, 2013 20:24:13 (GMT Time)



Name:jason clark
Email:kemloclark{at}yahoo.com
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you from:
brighton england
Comments:great site, found a Harmonograph (by peter pan playthings)in a charity shop (thrift store :)) and have brought it into my school where I teach. My students (and myself) are finding it difficult to produce varied drawings, we have adjusted the wieghts and speeds but mostly produce a shallow side to side drawings, can you give us some pointers and ideas, we are desparate to produce a black hole looking drawing. many thanks Jason
June 12, 2012 14:12:35 (GMT Time)



Name:Rob
Email:tique2{at}earthlink.net
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you from:
Nevada City, Ca
Comments:I just read a comment you left on the yahoo science news article about black holes and replied to it. I'll past it here if there's room in case you're interested in the gist of it: Harmonograms Syracuse, New York 6 hrs ago 1Thumbs UpThumbs Down0Report Abuse "Well; if it was such an easy matter for matter to just drop into a Black Hole, and become infinitely compacted, the whole universe would only be comprised of a bunch of supermassive Black Holes surrounded by infinitely expanding time and space. It's a good thing that unfolding time and space interfering with matter makes singularity formation problematic." Rob a second agoRemove "Interesting I.D. there Harmonograms (the harmonic inference) what's that about? I have a lot of thoughts about harmonies and rhythms as the basis of information in our reality...you? Unfolding time and space, nice! I agree that it's constantly evolving - in a completely connected, fractal manner. The idea that there's a fabric of t
April 15, 2012 07:24:06 (GMT Time)



Name:Kit Perkins
Email:Harmonograms{at}yahoo.com
Where are
you from:
Upstate, NY
Comments:Just a test...
October 21, 2011 22:06:23 (GMT Time)