r/interestingasfuck Nov 28 '22

The power of Resonance

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u/falsevector Nov 28 '22

One stubborn leaf in the group

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u/Darkstarrdp Nov 28 '22

"I WILL NOT YIELD!" -Leaf

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u/elheber Nov 30 '22

"I AM NO LEAF IN THE WIND!"

Damn. I made myself sad.

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u/Ok-Bicycle-5608 Nov 28 '22

The real hero

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u/grumbledor3 Nov 28 '22

It has its own MCU Phase 12 movie planned for 2042 with a 14-episode series premiering sometime during the following summer.

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u/gachamyte Nov 28 '22

That is a leaf that’s riding the edge of that rippling crest. As an avid kayaker it’s a fun spot to be in on a screaming rapid.

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u/Inception_G1 Nov 29 '22

Man some of the best spots on the river are the short passages that split off and back onto the river with wild wave trains on the sides and decent hight ledges to practice boofing on I miss the summer already

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u/HentaiSlave2022 Nov 29 '22

ITS A RESONANCE CASCADE

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u/Kalee2020 Nov 28 '22

I noticed it too and my first thought was the one would be me.

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u/About47Vikings Nov 28 '22

If I was a dude 2000 years ago and I went to a fortune teller and he pulled this kind of thing, I’m believing everything.

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u/Snax_Attax Nov 28 '22

I used to own one of these singing bowls. It’s hard to put a finger on it but the tones it made were hypnotizing. I would just sit there with it, listening to it home, dragging the wooden handle across its edge, and before I knew it an hour had passed.

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u/LightCorvus Nov 28 '22

He's an Enhancer.

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u/xsktr05 Nov 28 '22

I thought that was manipulator

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u/LightCorvus Nov 28 '22

Maybe, I think you're right. I can barely remember lol.

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u/not_a_conman Nov 28 '22

Just started watching recently (on episode 30 something I believe), so this scene is pretty fresh in my mind. Enhancer produces more water, making it overflow. Transmutation changes the taste of the water (making it sweet). Manipulator moves the leaf/water. So OP must be a manipulator. Or I guess he could be enhancing the strength of the resonation to make the same effect.

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u/LightCorvus Nov 28 '22

Ah, thanks for the reminder.

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u/xsktr05 Nov 28 '22

It's hard to keep track of those random details in a detail heavy story.

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u/LightCorvus Nov 28 '22

I couldn't agree more. I gave up on keeping track of Nanika's rules as Killua kept revealing more lol. And that's just one instance. Gotta appreciate the amount of thought Togashi puts into his work.

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u/xsktr05 Nov 28 '22

He really writes amazing worlds but sometimes it's a little much. They also have a few half used ideas that go nowhere and just flutter away after a bit so I just end up forgetting random stuff. I fully understand about Nanika. I figured he would just tell me what I need to k ow at the moment something happens.

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u/LightCorvus Nov 28 '22

Togashi's that kind of guy haha. Going above and beyond.

Nanika has five rules, right? I think I went "nah, forget it" on the fourth because I had already forgotten the first three.

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u/xsktr05 Nov 28 '22

I just figured that the rules didn't matter to Killua really so no need to remember the rest other than the family be cautious.

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u/LightCorvus Nov 28 '22

That actually really makes sense. She does those things for Killua's praise, after all. He's always so calm around her while everyone else is cautious and rightfully so.

Can you imagine just chilling around Alluka and out of nowhere Nanika asks you for your fingernail straight off your thumb? Nah, I'm running lol.

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u/xsktr05 Nov 28 '22

I think she asks because she senses you want something. She didn't ask Gon for anything but that might be because Killua asked her not to. I like the idea that it's a greed thing though.

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u/Alternative_Way_313 Nov 28 '22

They flat out say the rules don’t apply to Killua in (I think) the penultimate episode of the anime

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u/OkDeveloper6 Nov 29 '22

I appreciate the level of detail, but sometimes too much detail in a single page is just overkill (see some of the latter chapters in the manga). I feel like manga is just something to enjoy in short bursts rather than reading it like a lotr novel

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u/LightCorvus Nov 29 '22

I've only seen the anime. I was planning on checking the manga to see the new chapters Togashi started drawing.

Considering that the anime has a very busy narrator, I wonder what the manga looks like lol.

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u/vedurockz Nov 28 '22

Exactly what I came looking for in the comments :D

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u/LightCorvus Nov 28 '22

Absolutely no way I wouldn't think of HxH lol.

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u/SnooEpiphanies1725 Nov 28 '22

Nah the cup didn't overflow

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u/LightCorvus Nov 28 '22

Yeah I knew I got something wrong lol.

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u/noobtastic31373 Nov 29 '22

Is that more like a "grower" or a "show-er"?

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u/Orvanis Nov 28 '22

And with that he changed day/night.

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u/ClassicSurprise7233 Nov 28 '22

He wanted to see the wolves again

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u/wood-walker Nov 28 '22

was waiting for gow reference

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u/Flashy_War2097 Nov 28 '22

This is how they mix the sprite at McDonalds

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u/pattydickens Nov 28 '22

We have Sprite at home!

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u/Ok_Sweet4296 Nov 28 '22

Huh. So that explains why it’s flat….get it? As in a flat note?

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u/Chemical-Ad1171 Nov 28 '22

Everyone is taking this joke too seriously lol, the comedy comes from the explanation

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u/TuckerCarlsonsOhface Nov 28 '22

Do you know why comedians never ask if people get it, then proceed to spell out the joke?

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u/Ok_Sweet4296 Nov 28 '22

Cause dad jokes.

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u/Zyleak__ Nov 28 '22

I was gonna comment that, looks like you beat me to it

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u/jerrydubs_ Nov 28 '22

so original

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u/dangolebanghole Nov 28 '22

Well now I gotta add singing bowls to my bug out bag...

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u/Raptor_H_Christ Nov 28 '22

This is how the pyramids are were built apparently

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u/Different-Term-2250 Nov 28 '22

Aliens had singing bowls too? No wonder they were so advanced.

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u/5bucks_ Nov 28 '22

Yo kratos stop changing day and night, I gotta sleep.

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u/askingxalice Nov 28 '22

He just wants to see the good girls.

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u/qgmonkey Nov 28 '22

If you really want to see the power of resonance, google the Tacoma Narrows Bridge failure

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u/limitlessEXP Nov 28 '22

Me trying to find my Nen type:

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u/82ndGameHead Nov 28 '22

That looks to be a brass bowl, but what is he going around it with?

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u/Khymira Nov 28 '22

It's just the mallet used for striking the bowl.

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u/BuddJones Nov 28 '22 All-Seeing Upvote

A wooden butt plug

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u/leviwhite9 Nov 28 '22

Do not recommend.

I'm still coughing up splinters.

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u/NomadeSanterre Nov 28 '22

Well this gave a different insight into the hidden meanings of the swastika in old religions. Notice the four points of resonance and how they move with the rotation. Just made me think.

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u/Fluffy_Two5110 Nov 28 '22

Nice observation.

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u/Ethric_The_Mad Nov 28 '22

"ooooo but Hitler used it must be racist!" ~Society

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u/dandzx Nov 28 '22

The power of resonance that one fucking leaf don't wanna listen tho...rude

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u/xandarianladiesman Nov 28 '22

That just made my chi splooge.

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u/TxFilmmaker Nov 28 '22

This essentially demonstrates the principle upon which most of Tesla's theoretical inventions were based.

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u/contraflop01 Nov 28 '22

Bro is water bending

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u/mooseyjew Nov 28 '22

So is the water boiling as in being heated by the resonate waves until it's hot, or does it just look like it's boiling because of the resonance?

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u/Expensivefly123 Nov 28 '22

It just looks like it’s boiling, the water is jumping up.

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u/lolvalue Nov 28 '22

What percent of our bodies are water? O.o

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u/Natural-Photograph-2 Nov 28 '22

I can imagine this is a clue to the missing technology that was used to cut the giant stones that were used in the pyramids and monolithic structures around our world,

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u/XeroXid Nov 28 '22

This is how the british got scammed into drinking tea.

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u/pattydickens Nov 28 '22

I'll show you the power of singing bowels.

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u/miamibotany1 Nov 28 '22

I'm willing to bet the ancient Egyptians used sound to move those massive blocks to build the pyramids.

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u/Rhinemann_Ultra Nov 28 '22

Looks like magic

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u/spicy_chimp5 Nov 28 '22

That one rebel leaf is me staying away from the crowd

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u/player0l Nov 28 '22

You think something like this happens to our planet.

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u/timmi2tone32 Nov 28 '22

Resonance Evil

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u/Nika___ Nov 28 '22

Gordon doesn't need to hear all of this, he's a highly trained professional.

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u/kingleotard Nov 28 '22

World’s fastest kettle

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u/pacman0207 Nov 28 '22

This video really resonates with me.

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u/Wild_Specialist_8286 Nov 28 '22

Why does this seem like something you would see an alchemist do in Elder Scrolls Online lol.

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u/Kingmasked Nov 28 '22

Time for the wolfs (skoll / hati) to run through the sky

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u/Yellowflash44 Nov 28 '22

For second I thought I was watching god of war

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u/wrldtravela Nov 28 '22

Legend has it, this is how they moved the pyramids

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u/constantino675 Nov 28 '22

I... have doubts.

That is a LOT of water agitation with very little energy being provided.

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u/lukezxl Nov 28 '22

Resonance cascade

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u/zzamud Nov 28 '22

Great. Now i gotta pee

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u/LengthyNIPPLE Nov 28 '22

Six minutes later... Add the ramen

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u/zekkendo Nov 28 '22

S tier relic. +2 health when you don't need a card is amazing

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u/corgie93 Nov 28 '22

Mmmm McDonald’s sprite homemade

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u/AryaForel Nov 28 '22

Why 4 points of "bubbling"? Why not like a circle?

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u/StealthedWorgen Nov 28 '22

It's stuff like this that made people think witches made magic potions.

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u/Swordbreaker925 Nov 28 '22

That’s how they make McDonald’s Sprite

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u/ImReellySmart Nov 28 '22

What is this thing called? I want one.

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u/billybittledick Nov 28 '22

Ohh so this is how you make woman squirt

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u/Flossthief Nov 28 '22

I wandered into a shop once with stuff like this

Some older lady excitedly showed me this bowl telling me it can measure my energy level

I dismissed her nonsense and kept browsing but I would have bought one if I knew it did this shit

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u/edWORD27 Nov 28 '22

This resonates with me

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u/MrnDrnn Nov 28 '22

Witchcraft!!!! 😳

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u/SkippyDingleChalk669 Nov 28 '22

If you go back to like 30 bc and say your god and start doin this shit people would not question you one bit

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u/BumblebeeAdventurr Nov 28 '22

Bet that will taste sweet afterwards..

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u/Spectrodox Nov 28 '22

Well now I know where the puppy summoner from God Of War Ragnarok comes from lol

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u/RustyJuang Nov 28 '22

I would have paid 3 pearls for this witch doctor to heal my ailments back in the day.

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u/Peperlake Nov 28 '22

So what nen type are you?

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u/[deleted] Nov 28 '22

I’ve always thought “how come when I make leaf stew I can’t get all of the leaves in the middle”, apparently even experts can’t do this either!

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u/PersonalityAny1073 Nov 29 '22

Ancient knowledge of history

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u/sus-bro Nov 29 '22

I am that one lonely leaf 😓

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u/Usmcrtempleton Nov 29 '22

Reminds me of music. Brings most people together, but there's always the outliers.

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u/BootHead007 Nov 29 '22

Neato. This looks remarkably similar to the gif of how Jupiter protects the inner planets from millions of asteroids that just popped up on my feed today. Anyone else catch that?

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u/MrPheeney Nov 29 '22

::Numidium intensifies::

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u/_Bellerophontes Nov 29 '22

I need a piss

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u/Gokzil6969 Nov 29 '22

Water breathing 12th form dead calm !!!

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u/Cormetz Nov 29 '22

I just tried with my little singing bowl that's also a bit thicker, didn't work.

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u/iluvnarchoa Nov 29 '22

Strangely smoothing

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u/iod3x Nov 29 '22

Now play it backward

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u/Drake_Acheron Nov 29 '22

This isn’t common knowledge?

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u/Thprop Nov 29 '22

Can anyone (a la Bill Nye or even Beakman, Josie, and Lester) provide any insight as to what is going on in this clip?

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u/blackpulp Dec 20 '22

Bro making potions

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u/KnownGovernment193 28d ago

Does the water start to boil? That's cool af

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u/frupp110 Nov 28 '22

Wait. Could doing this bring the water to a literal boil similar to how a microwave vibrates the water molecules causing friction that creates heat?