[r-t] Interesting observation
Mr Philip Saddleton
freepabs at freeuk.com
Fri Oct 21 08:10:27 UTC 2005
>> Ringing a lead of any regular method in any of these courses has
>> the effect of a cyclic rotation of the working bells.
>PABS, where do you get this phenomenal ability from? How do you do it? I
>mean, the ability you have to write a simple, neat, short, apparently
>sensible sentence that I just can't understand at all.
Take a group C method:
look at the columns. The other five COs correspond to other lh groups.
>Yes - bigger reversals work, too. I think a 123456 single works on eight
>bells, for instance, although I haven't bothered to check too carefully.
No - it doesn't take you into one of my courses. But 123458 or 125678 will,
of course (being the equivalent of 1234 then reversing the entire CO).
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