posted on Jun, 7 2016 @ 07:20 AM
originally posted by: ssenerawa
a reply to: Bedlam
Life has sound and vibration frequencies
No, no it doesn't.
First, frequencies of what? Because "frequency" is an attribute. A very broad one. Any repetitive phenomenon has a frequency. Bird chirps. Water
drips. Woodpecker taps. A flute playing a single note. Because all 'frequency' means is how often per unit time something happens.
So, you can't just say 'frequency' and that's it. I can't hand you a handful of frequency.
Life doesn't have sound frequencies. That doesn't make sense. Some life can make sounds. But life itself does not. What is the sound of a paramecium?
Of an aardvark? Do you really think each sort of life has one sound frequency? Poppycock.
Also, the entire 'vibration' thing is piffle. What sort of vibration? And why do you think 'life' has a particular vibration, of whatever sort you're
proposing? How do you measure it?
eta: Since the time of Madame Blavatsky and theosophy, there's been this hokum about life having "vibrations" in the sense that if you're a good panda
you have "high vibrations" and if you're a sad panda you have "low vibrations", someone is said to have "good" or "bad" vibes etc. This is
pseudo-scientific claptrap invented by theosophy. In the late 1800s a religion was formed by some occultists that arrogated physics terms to itself to
give it a bit more credibility with the yokels. And so theosophy was born. When you hear 'energy' or 'vibration' or the like used by new agers, the
godchildren of the theosophic movement, it's not a valid use of the term. It's the woo version of theosophy. So when you say things have 'vibrations',
I'm tending to think you're using the Deepak Chopra version and not the Feynman version.
Since the woo version doesn't actually exist, then no, life doesn't have 'vibrations'. Things that are part of life have vibrations, for example,
molecules have various QM vibrational modes that are measurable and quantifiable and are used every day in various ways. But these don't become "high"
or "low" nor do they change with your intent or whim. They simply are a behavior of, say, water molecules. They don't change if they're part of your
eye or in a glass or a cloud. Because the vibration is inherent to the material and not to 'life'.
edit on 7-6-2016 by Bedlam because: (no