(In Honor of Ta-You Wu, Father of Chinese Physics, Inventor of Jumpulse)
Chien Yi Lee Demonstrates Jumpulse Dance
Jumpulse Dance Significance
One important common point between the two dances is that there is no pause in either dance. Here these two dances have caught up with the corresponding characteristics of professional singers, whose voice tends to fill the air with no pause, while amateur singers absent-mindedly take short rest during a song. Both dances are designed to create the illusion of anti-gravity. With real slide, instead of faked slide, the Jumpulse Dance is actually fighting gravity indirectly by sliding and avoided the dangerous move of directly jumping. People want to watch others who can escape from the force of gravity. Thus, slide is the most liked moves in dancing. The real slide is subtle. Intuitively, the real slide seems to be against logic at first because there appears to be no supporting point or it is against Newton’s law of action verses reaction. The real slide needs a new type of motion, namely, an instantaneously produced force from zero and is called jumpulse.
Logistically, the relevant factor is that the Jumpulse Dance is designed by world leading thinkers the Father of Chinese Physics Ta-You Wu and the Father of Post-Science Hugh Ching. The Jumpulse Dance has taken into consideration all the factors affecting dance. The first criterion is to make the dance crazy permanent, not just another fad. The dance must be beautiful and elegant. The beginners must not look ugly. The intermediate dancers must be able to attract attention, and the advanced dancers must be able to impress to the point that the watchers want to see more. The advanced moves must be subtle enough that they would take a few months of training to master. The dance must be danceable by people of all ages from 1 to 100, and, thus, it has three No’s, No jumping, No turning, and No touching. The Jumpulse Dance also contributes to longevity. Most people lived over 100 years exercise by walking. The Jumpulse Dance is designed as a substitute for walking, for both exercise the same parts of the body. Another notable health benefit of the Jumpulse Dance relates to the improvement of balance or the danger of falling, especially, for seniors. Slipping is one of the major causes of falling, which accounts for a large proportion of death of seniors. The sliding of the Jumpulse Dance is directly related to slipping or its prevention. Thus, the Jumpulse Dance has been designed with fall prevention in mind.
What is most significant about the Jumpulse Dance is that it represents the human race as a Human Dance because the Jumpulse Dance, knowledge-wise, demonstrates the living technology, while the Newtonian force, the dead or non-living technology of the scientific age. All human beings should be proud of the Jumpulse dance and feel a sense of pride while dancing it. Particularly, the Jumpulse Dance separates the movement of the robot from that of the human. The current robots cannot slide, while all humans can slide naturally. When robot can move with jumpulse, instead of force, society would have moved the knowledge from science to post-science and technology from the dead to the living.
Robots Will Replace All Human Physical Labors.
Toy Dancing Doll Standing In For The Cameraman.
The Jumpulse Dance has started a world-wide dance movement since 2011 when it revived the 1980s dance Shuffle, which led to the Horse Dance of the Gangnam Style with over 1.5 billion Youtube views. Today in 2014, the Shuffle and the Horse Dance are fading away, as they did before, and the Jumpulse Dance is still going strong and have increased the number of dancers in San Francisco Bay Area nightclubs by ten fold. The Jumpulse Dance is really a Human Dance, which the today's robot cannot do; it is based on the explosive motion produceable by athletes in professional competitions. The powerful movements in the Jumpulse Dance can make all human dancers look good, and the Jumpulse Dance will create a permanent world-wide dance movement, when the concept of jumpulse is taught to all dancing students. The Jumpulse Dance will get the world to dance.
The strong static friction force keeps us from slipping, when we are standing, walking or running. The Jumpulse Dance is based on sliding or slipping and works with the opposing principle of jumpulse, which overcomes the static friction force. Jumpulse is a finite applied force and is a new physics concept invented by the Father of Chinese Physics Dr. Ta-You Wu and the Founder of Post-Science Dr. Hugh Ching.
It takes time to change position of an object from one place to another place, and it takes time to change velocity to go, say, from zero to sixty miles for a car. Does it take time for acceleration to change from zero to a finite amount? Isaac Newton and all the physicists since Newton for the past three hundred years have not clearly answered this question. The Jumpulse Dance is an empirical proof that it does NOT take time to change acceleration from zero to a finite amount; if it does take time to change acceleration, the Jumpulse Dance would not be possible. The jumpulse applied to slide the feet must be a finite force in order to overcome the strong static friction force. The concept of jumpulse is initially invented as the solution of touch or collision without bounce and the solution of prolonged contact in sports.
The Jumpulse Dance takes the advantage of the sliding and takes into consideration of the artistic movements of past great dancers to choreograph a dance suitable for young and old. Its basic movement is the slide, which is a traits usually acquired by most experienced dancers after years of practice in non-sliding dances. The Jumpulse Dance has three No’s: No turning, No Jumping, and No Touching, and, thus, can be danced safely by the very young and the very old, say, from 8 to 80. It can have sliding backward, sideways, obliquely, and forward. During the slide, it allows the dancer to capture the micro-beats in the textured music of the Top 40 songs.
In the past three years, the Jumpulse Dance has help rekindle the dancing culture in nightclubs, starting with the clubs in the San Francisco Bay Area. It also help revived the two old dances, Running Man and Shufflin, whose movements are not as efficient as the linear sliding of the Jumpulse Dance. A recent video based on Shufflin even reached number one in Top 40 songs.
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Chien Yi Lee and Hugh Ching with Turkish looks
Hugh Ching and Edith
Hugh Ching with Onzy
Hugh Ching with Bulent Corak and her Daughter
Prof. C. V. Ramamoorthy and Hugh Ching watching Jumpulse Dance with Chien Yi Lee
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Prof. Chien Yi Lee disclosed for the first time in the "Meadowood Lecture" hosted by Doug King and demonstrated by Hugh Ching the physics of touch. Ching's law of touch is that acceleration, unlike velocity and position, can be changed instantaneously. Newton's law of inertia can land a man on the moon, and Ching's law is the reason that humans can touch. Touching is more important than landing a man on the moon.
There should be a world-wide debate by robotics researchers, physicists, mechanical engineers, and electrical engineers on whether touch (collision without bounce) is a problem, if it is a problem, has it been solved or not, and what is the solution to touch ?
The main applications of jumpulse are (1) Sports, (2) Spacecraft Docking, and (3) Automobile No-Bounce Shock Absorber, in addition to the long term application in Robotics.
Introduction: Abstract of a paper on jumpulse to be published by Ta-You Wu, T. L. Kunii, Hugh Ching
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