|Posted on Friday, November 10, 2017 - 10:17 pm: ||
It is perhaps the most unknown and unexplored concept in science.
While it is often described with reference to sound and art.
It goes beyond just sound and art.
It is multidimensional and while it is often described as "sound waves" it is not limited to sound. Nor is it just three or four dimensional.
It is one of the most important keys to understanding God and the universe.
BW is home to some great intellect and curiosity.
I hope some of you will take the time to research and study it and to make your children and peers aware of it.
|Posted on Friday, November 10, 2017 - 10:24 pm: ||
The spoken word is powerful.
|Posted on Friday, November 10, 2017 - 11:07 pm: ||
Just scanned the wiki entry, very interesting. Somehow Philip Glass' works came to mind.
I'm a fan of Kronos Quartet. Their recording, "Pieces of Africa", has a song called "Waterwheel". Absolutely hypnotic, transcendent, blissful, compelling. Got to hear them perform that series live at UTK... one of my favorite performances, ever.
I'll continue looking into this stuff. What some folks call "pseudoscience" might actually surprise a person.
|Posted on Saturday, November 11, 2017 - 07:24 am: ||
Sounds like a good theoretical base for a Marvel's Avenger's character or villain.
A beautiful seductress, not only can she control men's minds with the spoken word, but she can reshape timespace by speaking.
|Posted on Saturday, November 11, 2017 - 10:02 am: ||
Early use of this idea was mine detection.
Not the small explosive device buried just underground. The mining operation where the enemy digs under your walls to "undermine" them. Originally to leave a void under the walls & then pull or burn the wooden posts supporting the tunnel, collapsing part of the wall. Later, after chemical explosive became available, to plant a charge under the wall, for the same purpose.
Mine detection was large pottery amphora or drums in pits next to the walls where you would listen for amplified sounds of digging, an auditory warning. ( difficult in a noisy town under siege ) or by scattering fine dust on the drum/pot, see the patterns caused by underground vibrations. Shovel & pick axe.
Defenders would dig counter mines to intercept or undermine the enemy tunnels.
In WW1, where artillery had made walls nearly obsolete as a defense, countermining was extensive under the trench lines.
|Posted on Saturday, November 11, 2017 - 10:13 am: ||
American Civil War.
Tunnel warfare in WW1.
|Posted on Saturday, November 11, 2017 - 10:25 am: ||
Looked at from a different angle, such patterns are seen in microwave guides. Simply because of scale its easier to see in microwaves instead of visible light. Millimeters vs. Nanometers.
Magnets and iron filings show static "lines of force". Electro magnets can show similar effects to sound waves...... as can be seen if you play with plastic stretched over a speaker sprinkled with iron filings and flour. ( different colors & patterns )
Philosophically, all matter & energy is tiny swirls, helixes and vortices. Vibrations as the basis of reality is quite an old concept. 4000+ year old Indian?