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Originally posted by micpsi
Resonance does not create the torque needed to twist the statuette a full 180 degrees. If the glass base is not horizontal, any vibration would make it slide along in a line. But it does not slide. It just rotates. Vibration in resonance plus an uneven surface cannot explain the rotation.
Originally posted by crzayfool
Baring in mind I just watched the video and haven't read the entire thread yet, so I apologise if this has already been touched upon.
1. The statue is placed upon a very shiny, smooth glass surface.
2. The statues base is elongated, unlike the other statues that are next to it.
3. When people walk past it vibrates/wobbles the glass, which may not be perfect level, causing the statue to ever-so-slightly turn.
4. This continues until the statues elongated end faces the "downhill" direction of the glass surface (being toward the back of the cabinet).
Notice that it stops at 180* and no longer continues to move - this to me indicates that the elongated end is putting the statue off-balance. The bottom of the statue is most likely not flat either and could act as a pivot.
Sound reasonable enough?
Originally posted by GargIndia
These are bad "omens".
Statues do not move on its own. However their are forces that people do not understand.
There are omens occurring foretelling events that includes massive destruction in the UK.
Originally posted by MConnalley
I'm wondering what is its official heading its facing... maybe something worth wile in that direction...?
Originally posted by nake13
reply to post by Signals
A high ferrous content in the statue, causing it to swing toward magnetic North?, Assuming that the direction to which it moves is North of course.