He who tunes big bells, for better tintinnabulation

Few people get to tune a big bell. Fewer know that big bells need to be tuned. Those are two reasons why the web site Spitalfields Life interviewed “Benjamin Kipling, bell tuner.”

(Thanks to Mark Dionne for bringing this to our attention.)

Tune into more info, if you like, about bell tuning, by reading the study  “On the tuning of church and carillon bells,” R. Perrin, T. Charnley, Tand G.M. Swallowe, Applied Acoustics, vol. 46, no. 1, 1995, pp. 83-101.

But—for these purposes—tune out the mostly unrelated study “The lesson of causal discovery algorithms for quantum correlations: Causal explanations of Bell-inequality violations require fine-tuning,”  Christopher J. Wood and Robert W. Spekkens, New Journal of Physics, vol. 17, no. 3, 2015: 033002.