Pendulum (disambiguation)

Pendulum (disambiguation)

A pendulum is a body suspended from a fixed support so that it swings freely back and forth under the influence of gravity, and it may refer to:

* Pendulum (mathematics), the mathematical principles of a pendulum
** Pendulum (derivations), derivations from these principles
* Pendulum clock, a kind of clock that uses a pendulum to keep time
* Foucault pendulum, a pendulum that demonstrates the earth's rotation
* For other types and uses of pendulums, see:

Pendulum may also refer to:

In music:
* "Pendulum" (Swing band), a small Swing combo,performing mainly in New Zealand, Australia, & the USA
* Pendulum (band), an Australian drum and bass group from Perth
* Pendulum (Ambient Band), an Australian ambient house band from Melbourne
* "Pendulum" (album), a 1970 album by Creedence Clearwater Revival
* "Pendulum" (Broadcast album), a 2003 EP by Broadcast, and a song on the EP
* "Pendulum" (EP), a 2006 album by Tara Simmons, and a song on the EP
* "The Pendulum" EP, an EP by Insane Clown Posse collecting singles that accompanied a comic book series of the same title
* "Pendulums", a song by Sarah Harmer from her album "All of Our Names"

In other uses:
* Pendulum Instruments, a Swedish manufacturer of scientific instruments
* Mackerras Pendulum, a model devised by Malcolm Mackerras to predict election outcomes
* "Pendulum" (1968 film), a 1968 film starring George Peppard
* Pendulum, a trade name for the preemergent herbicide pendimethalin
* Pendulum, several types of Digimon virtual pets
* "Pendulum", a hardcore pornographic magazine published by Michael Thevis
* "The Pendulum", a publication devoted to radiesthesia

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