posted on Sep, 16 2011 @ 02:55 PM
one of the first problems i see with your hypothesis is that very nearly every substance on earth is materially and chemically stable. so, in other
words, they are not very easily subjected to the "vibrations" of other neighboring materials.
if you were able to vibrate a substance in such a way as to overcome its energetic stability, it would very very quickly jump to a similar molecular
structure. so changing one type of molecule to something drastically different is nearly a rediculous proposition.
your hypothesis would require an instrument which is able to tune an extremely dynamic electromagnetic resonance field in an incredibly accurate (to
the pico-meter) way.
so, while possible. this is largely the stuff of fantasy.