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The patterns created by vibrations and harmonics, called Cymatics.
I wonder if there is some kind of correlation between patterns in Cymatics and a vibratory planetary system...could vibrations / harmonics, subtle or otherwise be the key to finally comprehending their relationships, casual or intrinsic, to what we call gravity? IOW, could gravity be a product of vibratory harmonics?
originally posted by: Phage
a reply to: theyknowwhoyouare
Why? Because periodic motions create pretty patterns? I don't see the connection.
Evidence for creation? Evidence of simulation theory? I think so...
On the other hand, people see evidence for creation in a pretty sunset. No pattern.
originally posted by: Astyanax
a reply to: MysterX
What i do find odd, is how many members spend their valuable time reading posts which they consider to be drivel soaked and meaningless.
Oh, we skip.
My earlier post was ill-humoured, I agree, but sometimes you can only bear so much.
At its farthest distance (aphelion), Mars is 154 million miles (249 million km) from the sun. At its closest (perihelion), Mars is 128 million
At its closest, or perihelion, Jupiter lies 460 million miles (741 million km) from the star; at its farthest, or aphelion, it is 508 million miles