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Originally posted by petrus4
Originally posted by buddhasystem
Originally posted by fulllotusqigong
The foundation of physics is not based on amplitude which is a classical measurement but instead on frequency as quantum energy.
Now ladies and gentlemen, this is a classic example of word soup. Frequency as quantum energy? What the heck?
Begone, troll.
Originally posted by Starchild23
reply to post by buddhasystem
Try studying this stuff:
Noetics
Originally posted by fulllotusqigong
Actually the simpler is the more powerful and so the 2/3 harmonic as non-commutative can be considered part of the Fibonacci series
Originally posted by fulllotusqigong
reply to post by buddhasystem
Either you have a hearing problem or you haven't read the thread -- either way -- good luck troll.
The frequency of the musical drum head is at the low ELF frequency as well and then the drumming tempo is also at 7 to 15 hertz. So both the frequency and the time of the drum then synchronize the heart-mind to the deep consciousness trance frequency, as discovered experimentally by Dr. Andrew Neher. “In 'A Physiological Explanation of Unusual Behavior in Ceremonies Involving Drums,' Human Biology, 1962, Dr. Andrew Neher suggested the predominant sound frequency in most trance drumming is about seven to nine beats per second. And independent analyses of a wide sampling of trance drumming from Asia, North and West African and black American cultures, conducted by students at Bowdoin College, under the direction of this writer, point to a range of approximately seven to 13 beats per second.”691
Originally posted by fulllotusqigong
. . . the real meaning is that the sound does not line up with the symmetric geometry using left-brain phonetic symbols.
show us all how you arrived at the conclusion that the drums are of a frequency of 7hz. and in which contest - e.g. pitch, rhythm...what... ?
Nice -- I would say the secret of that song is that the drum frequency is 7 hertz -- the low frequency then resonates with the heart mind of a person - using the syncopated rhythm.
Exploring Shamanism: Using Ancient Rites to Discover the Unlimited Healing ... By Hillary S. Webb
However, determinations of consonance are based on the ideal, and an ideally tuned acoustic minor 6th has a frequency ratio of 5:8. The practical meaning of that ratio is that there is a potential agreement between the 8th partial of the lower note and the 5th partial of the upper one. This is the exact inverse of the acoustically exact major third, ratio 5:4. These two have about the same sense of consonance whether upside-down or not; both are present simultaneously in purely tuned consonant major triad if you add an octave to the root. That chord's notes all seem to reinforce each other and it sounds smooth and strong. So a minor sixth shares the consonance of the major third.
"Using this as a hypothesis, I decided to find a way to measure resonance and damping in the Vitruvian model. To do this, I overlaid a lattice of right-angled standing waves on the Vitruvian figure. When I scaled the lattice such that the circle radius was exactly equal to 2Pi, I was surprised to find that the proportion between the circle and square could be expressed very simply as Pi : (Phi ^ 2), or Pi divided by the square of the golden ratio. Could this be pure coincidence? "While both of these mathematical constants are irrational and infinite, the ratio between them can be seen to converge to the rational ratio 12:10 as 3.14159 / 2.618033 â‰ˆ 1.2. The moment I saw this, I realized that harmonics really could account for our body structure.
Originally posted by fulllotusqigong
reply to post by buddhasystem
Trolling.
Actually the simpler is the more powerful and so the 2/3 harmonic as non-commutative can be considered part of the Fibonacci series
"So our study showed the heart rate went down more than twice as much after the heel stick if they got music than if they didn't," said Tramo. "In the realm of measurements we make, more than twice as much is a big effect." Which Lullabies Work Best? There is also evidence that premature babies exposed to music may actually get out of intensive care sooner. "There's some terrific data that's been published in nursing journals," said Tramo. "And what their data show thus far is babies gain weight faster and stay in the intensive care unit environment shorter time if they are receiving some kind of calibrated structured sound, vis a vis music." But why a lullaby? Why not something edgier, like Guns N' Roses? "The rhythmic structure is simple, and the tempo's relatively slow," said Tramo. "The melody is diatomic or pentatonic, meaning that it's very simple, so it's relatively easy to digest for the hearing system. [The harmony] is very simple."
Science of Song: Do Lullabies Help Sick Babies? by JuJu Chang and Maggie Burbank, aired on ABC Nightline, Thursday, May 29, 2008
Cats purr during both inhalation and exhalation with a consistent pattern and frequency between 25 and 150 Hertz. Various investigators have shown that sound frequencies in this range can improve bone density and promote healing.