Sound and Kiting
  • A vast spectrum of sound interfaces with kiting may be explored and discussed.
  • The media in which kite systems operates are ever saturated with sound.
  • The very operation of kiting produces sound in air, itself, and in soils. Those sound reach to affect most objects in the kite system's environment. 
  • wiki/Sound
  • Listening to sounds in the air, in the kite-system parts (wing set, tether set, anchor set) may provide AWES controllers and managers with important information.
  • Deliberately affecting a kite system by artificial sounds may become important in some practical applications.
  • Musical kites form only one subset of sound concerns in the wide sound opportunity that potentially exists.
  • Damping sounds in kite systems may be explored.
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Feb. 15, 2020, post by Dave Santos
Negative Gravity of Kite Phonon in Wind Gradient

Gravity fields create gradients that allow phonons to reveal negative mass. Again, a profound inherent dynamic not to be dismissed as trivial, but a luminous clue. The kite is a standing-wave phonon-cell. Its primary phonon hosts internal packet waves, a full accounting of the forces.

Returning to this paper; we know a few clues the author may not, like that there is no QM "classical limit", just different maths with subtle mismatches that map differently to the same phenomena. Kites violate no law QM or Classical Law, only point to reconciliation of the two historic paradigms, with QM as the cleaner deeper modern interpretation, ultimately adding explanatory capability rather than confusion.

Its fair to say, "good kites fall upwards powerfully".

Paper under study: The gravitational mass carried by sound waves
Wow, a lot more mass than I guessed is created by phonons!

"a single-watt sound wave that moved for one second in water would carry with it a mass of approximately 0.1 milligrams."
==> More evidence of sound waves carrying mass