Home Forums Diplomate Discussion Giving GGT w/ an Irregular Pulse

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    • #7198
      Paul Edwards
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      What does one do when there is a floating thin wiry left cun, but an irregular pulse, too, and it seems GGT is needed?

    • #7817
      peterslipper
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      GZqSY+GG?

    • #7818
      Aaron
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      There are some lines in the SHL that talk about how if the surface hasn’t been opened properly, then the pulse can be choppy. I’d read that to mean that sometimes a closed surface can create a choppy pulse. I’m not sure if that’s applicable in this case or not.

    • #7815
      laurieayres
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      I think there’s a GG formula somewhere with an irregular pulse, too (though if it’s a GZJGGT type scenario, then Peter Slipper’s suggestion sounds best).

    • #7816
      laurieayres
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      Remember, though, this is an irregular pulse here rather than a choppy one. But why could a pattern with a closed surface have a choppy pulse Aaron Alan Chesterton?

    • #7819
      wayne
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      Wondering if GGQLT would still have a cun like Paul describe?

    • #8159
      laurieayres
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      No, I don’t think it should, as there is no longer any surface closure in GGQLT.

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