I really feel like I may be on to something... or just on something
All kidding aside...
OK, let me begin with a few lines from Genesis:
1 In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. 2 Now the earth was formless and empty, darkness was over the surface of the deep, and
the Spirit of God was hovering over the waters. 3 And God said, “Let there be light,” and there was light. 4 God saw that the light was good, and
he separated the light from the darkness. 5 God called the light “day,” and the darkness he called “night.” And there was evening, and there
was morning—the first day.
Now, you can find millions of believers on both sides of the "is The Bible literal or metaphorical?" argument... I try to look at things a bit more on
the esoteric side. The Bible indicates an "order out of chaos" paradigm for creation ie:
2 Now the earth was formless and empty, darkness was over the surface of the deep, and the Spirit of God was hovering over the waters.
In other words, the "stuff" was here, yet "formless" (primordial soup anyone?)
OK, hold that thought for awhile...
I was reading this next article, when the statement (I have highlighted it) the author made sort of jumped off of the page:
More than three decades ago, before the world’s most powerful particle collider was even on the drawing board, two physicists discovered a Higgs
boson. On a tabletop. In 1981, Peter Littlewood and Chandra Varma, two solid-state theorists at Bell Laboratories in Murray Hill, New Jersey,
realized that a mysterious effect seen in a niobium selenide superconductor could be explained by the jiggling of the invisible field that causes
electrons in the material to pair up and move as one without resistance. Mathematically, the disturbance in the field looked very like one that is
associated with the Higgs particle found by particle physicists. Because the superconducting field was already known, the search for the associated
particle never drew as much attention as the hunt by particle physicists for the Higgs. That quest culminated on 13 March at the Large Hadron Collider
(LHC) at CERN, Europe’s main particle-physics facility near Geneva in Switzerland, with the announcement of a definitive Higgs detection: the first
direct evidence of a Higgs field permeating the Universe and giving objects mass. But physicists agree that the superconducting Higgs is
closely related to its particle-physics cousin. Both arise from the vibration of an invisible field that forces ordinary particles to oscillate in
sync. Now physicists are seeing signs that other condensed-matter systems can generate Higgs-like particles, raising hopes that work on one
Higgs, studied cheaply on tabletops, can inform the study of another, probed by a US$5-billion collider. “I’m hoping there will be
cross-fertilization,” says Varma, now at the University of California, Riverside, who spoke in a packed session on solid-state Higgs particles at a
meeting of the American Physical Society (APS) in Baltimore, Maryland, on 19
Ordinary particles oscillating in sync
... profound statement.
Sound energy can have amazing effects on matter. There are probably a few dozen threads here on ATS that show videos demonstrating this:
Frequency effects of sound on sand
Sound energy can reportedly change our moods or states of mind (I have tinkered with "binaural beats"... interesting field) and if the next video is
to be believed, sound can do much more:
Sound and geometry
Then, you have "the hum":
The Hum is a phenomenon, or collection of phenomena, involving a persistent and invasive low-frequency humming, rumbling, or droning noise not
audible to all people. Hums have been widely reported by national media in the UK and the United States. The Hum is sometimes prefixed with the
name of a locality where the problem has been particularly publicized: e.g., the "Bristol Hum", the "Taos Hum", or the "Bondi Hum". Data from a
Taos Hum study suggests that a minimum of 2% and perhaps as many as 11% of the population could detect the Taos Hum and the Daily Telegraph in 1996
likewise reported a figure of 2% of people hearing the Bristol Hum. For those who can hear the Hum it can be a very disturbing phenomenon and it
has been linked to at least 3 suicides in the UK. However, amongst those who cannot hear the hum and some specialists, there has been skepticism
about whether it in fact exists.(WIKI)
And the giant universal "hum":
The Big Bang sounded more like a deep hum than a bang, according to an analysis of the radiation left over from the cataclysm. Physicist John
Cramer of the University of Washington in Seattle has created audio files of the event which can be played on a PC. "The sound is rather like a large
jet plane flying 100 feet above your house in the middle of the night," he says. Giant sound waves propagated through the blazing hot matter that
filled the Universe shortly after the Big Bang. These squeezed and stretched matter, heating the compressed regions and cooling the rarefied ones.
Even though the Universe has been expanding and cooling ever since, the sound waves have left their imprint as temperature variations on the afterglow
of the big bang fireball, the so-called cosmic microwave background. (New Scientist)
So here is my theory. I seriously doubt that I am the first to think of this; I am no genius. (Somewhere between Penny and Wolowitz, but closer to
Penny)(My BBT reference
The word "universe" literally means "one song"... and, by The Book of Genesis God created through his word
3 And God said, “Let there be light,”
By speaking the word "Let there be light", speaking implies voice, voice implies sound
... so, from an esoteric standpoint God created order out
of chaos by the sound of his voice, his voice generated the sacred vibration that spun matter into existence. Could the "Taos Hum" be the echoes of
God's voice? Is the "Big Bang Hum" the echo of God's voice at the moment of creation?
This could explain the expanding universe (sound waves propagate outwardly from their point of origin), dark matter (matter on a different vibrational
level which we cannot yet perceive, or is out of phase) and even the supernatural. (My wife has seen "ghosts"; perhaps she can see them because she is
"in tune" on that level)
For instance, when Christ changes water into wine... this would be a miracle of "transmutation". Christ (whether you believe He is the Son of God, an
alchemist, or an illuminated man) would know how to change
or rearrange matter at the subatomic quantum level... could that change from water
into wine be Christ changing the vibrational or harmonic of water at the fundamental level?
Maybe this is the key to a unified theory? (I really wish I had done better in calculus and geometry... any math majors out there? Can this be proven
Maybe the universe really is "one song"; a glorious harmonic sound that holds everything together... a symphony of existence...
I leave with one quote to ponder:
"If you want to find the secrets of the Universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration."
Dr. Nikola Tesla
edit on 23-5-2013 by madmac5150 because: My cat proof read and found typos... good kitty