I realize this topic of "frequency" and energy-form resonance has repeatedly been discussed on ATS so there's a few people who have thought about
this issue on a deep level.
It's important to note Dr. F.A. Popp's paper on "squeezed light" in biophotons and DNA referenced above.
Squeezed light is also used for detecting gravity waves.
Squeezed light is based on the Time-Frequency Uncertainty Principle discovered by Dennis Gabor, who invented the holograph.
Squeezed light means that instead of time-energy uncertainty there is a more fundamental uncertainty in science regarding frequency and amplitude.
The concept of phase is based on measuring time with technology as a given point starting with the experiment -- it's where time is determined by
space.
So it's a very very deep concept in the West to measure time as spatial distance yet in fact Pythagoras, the first to formulate the reciprocal
relation of length and frequency, actually determined time by LISTENING.
So when the concept of "squeezed light" is applied to DNA and biophotons it means there's an inherent limit to the technology. The biophotons are
a VERY VERY LOW INTENSITY OF LIGHT as explained below:
Anyway here's a 2 part interview with F.A. Popp about biophotons
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There's a lot of quack biophoton machines out there now since F.A. Popp did successfully treat cancer using his biophoton multiplier machine.
But Popp treated cancer by testing the specific situation then figuring out the chemical that would fit the frequency to heal the cancer.
As Dr. Mae-Wan Ho emphasizes the "quantum jazz" DNA biophotons are self-organizing based on nonlocal information or pure consciousness.
Pure consciousness is not allowed in western science because our math, again, is based on measuring time as spatial distance. Logically we can infer
pure consciousness by repeating I-I-I over and over to see the source of our thoughts.
Consciousness creates light and also spacetime itself. But the logical inference is asymmetrical while Western math is symmetrical.
So the Time-Frequency Uncertainty Principle means the more you measure frequency the less you know amplitude and vice versa -- based on the
symmetrical statistics of quantum mechanics, which is noncommutative but then is translated into a differential equation which is commutative.
In nonwestern philosophy time is not defined by spatial distance -- rather time as frequency is measured through complementary opposite harmonics.
This is easily demonstrated in the Law of Pythgagoras:
So in basic music theory the note C to the note G is the Perfect 5th as the ratio 2:3 while the note G to the note C is the Perfect 4th as the ratio
3:4. So that G x C does not equal G x C in violation of the commutative property.
That's the original Law of Pythagoras but Plato and Archytas translated it into equal-tempered tuning using "alogon" as geometric magnitude aka the
continuum of incommensurability. In other words the major third 5/4 was approximated as the cube root of two with the major 2nd, 9/8, then 9/8 cubed
was the tritone which approximates the square root of two.
So there's a direct connection between the Pythagorean Theorem for the square root of two and the Law of Pythagoras in musical harmonics.
Professor Luigi Borzacchini has a couple articles published on this topic of musical mathematical theory. He's a math professor with whom I've
corresponded on this topic.
I have a blog researching these issues as well --
naturalresonancerevolution.blogspot.com...