Chimera states

Interesting paper here:

http://www.princeton.edu/main/news/archive/S37/12/19K30/index.xml?section=science

Spring tension 1: Antiphase movement

Spring tension 2: Chimera state

Spring tension 3: In-phase synchrony

Spring tension is suggested to be the climate regime control. Antiphase is equilibrium. Inputs equal outputs. In-phase is a warming or cooling regime. Inputs do not equal outputs. The chimera state is the climate regime transition.

This is related to another article:

Huygens synchronization of two clocks
“Two coupling states are obtained, near phase and near phase opposition, the latter being stable.”
http://www.nature.com/articles/srep11548#

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