What is a Wave Front? October 8, 2006Posted by healthyself in Beneficial frequencies, Biological Effects, Biomimetic, Bioscalar Energy, Blogroll, Definitions, Electromagnetic Field, Electromagnetic Interference, Electromagnetic Spectrum, Electromagnetic waves, Environment, Frequencies, Harmonics, Integrative Medicine, Interdisciplinary, Pure Tone, Quantum Physics, Quantum Vacuum, Quantum Waves, QV, Research, Research Needed, Resonance, Resonant Frequency, Scalar Wave, Space, Unified Field, Vibration, Vibrational Medicine, Wave Front, Waves.
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is an imaginary surface representing corresponding points of a wave that vibrate in unison. When identical waves having a common origin travel through a homogeneous medium, the corresponding crests and troughs at any instant are in phase; i.e., they have completed identical fractions of their cyclic motion, and any surface drawn through all the points of the same phase…“
“The important words in the above are “the corresponding crests and troughs at any instant are in phase.”
“Now imagine an onion where – in each separate layer of onion skin – the transverse waves, making up that particular skin, have their crests and troughs all in phase at the same instant.”
This onion phase image, then, is the best picture of a scalar, standing wave that anyone will ever give you.
Oh yes, a scalar wave, of necessity, must always be a standing wave….Essentially, standing waves are not absorbed, by the surroundings, while the rest are.
And this is the secret to the construction of our universe where all particles were/are created as scalar, standing waves.
“Why this happens we don’t really know…..It’s hard to envisage an infinite universe but it is not hard to envisage an infinite frequency spectrum and this is what I think we have, full of various frequency waves of all sorts.”
“Every so often just like piano keys, at certain points in this frequency spectrum, scalar standing waves are allowed to develop and remain and are NOT absorbed by the surrounding wave cacophony.”
“These, then, are all our permanent particles…. Now imagine an onion where – in each separate layer of onion skin the transverse waves, making up that particular skin, have their crests and troughs all in phase at the same instant. This onion phase image, then, is the best picture of a scalar, standing wave that anyone will ever give you. Oh yes, a scalar wave, of necessity, must always be a standing wave. Essentially, standing waves are not absorbed, by the surroundings, while the rest are.”
…an important property…of the wave structure of the universe = the energy exchange mechanism…. by definition a STANDING WAVE is not absorbed or exchanged – otherwise it is no longer standing.
“Exchanges are always resonant – like two piano strings of the same tone. That is about all there is to exchanges and non-exchanges….the Universe is the way it is because it only takes on the wave structures allowed by the rules?The rules of waves in space.”
“The Universe is very simple because ALL the rules are contained in Principle I (the Scalar Wave equation) and Principle II (medium density), and of course ‘space’ itself. These rules create the Atomic Table and that leads to ALL the millions of different metals/atoms/molecules/compounds. We can’t ever calculate them all, but the rules are so simple that we understand how it works.”
“You could almost say “We are all made of onions!”……We understand the Universe. QED…The only thing we don’t understand is ‘space’ – the wave medium. What is it? How did it get there? Why does it have these wave properties?”
…”Why do people keep on speculating on useless other things, discrete particles that don’t exist, math that applies to nothing, when ALL their questions are answered by the Wave Structure of Matter? Especially when the real remaining problem is SPACE!”…Most people play an endless gamble hoping that an old idea they once had will turn fruitful. “
“…Standing wave resonances exist in an infinite sea of quantum waves.”
What is Tone? September 22, 2006Posted by healthyself in 1000 Hz, 320 Hz, 440 Hz, 880 Hz, Blogroll, Cell phone safety, Cell Phones, Ear, Electromagnetic Field, Electromagnetic Spectrum, Electromagnetic waves, Frequencies, Harmonics, Hearing, Noise, Pitch, Sound, Spectrum, Tone, Waves.
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Tone (music and acoustics)
Physically, a sound that is composed of discrete frequency (or sine-wave) components; psychologically, an auditory sensation that is characterized foremost by its pitch or pitches.
The physical definition distinguishes a tone from a noise, wherein the components form a continuum of frequencies. Tones may be pure, consisting of a single frequency, or they may be complex. Complex tones, in turn, may be periodic or not periodic. Periodic complex tones repeat themselves at rapid regular intervals. They have frequency components that are harmonics—discrete frequencies that are integer multiples of a fundamental frequency. For example, the tone of an oboe consists of a fundamental frequency of 440 hertz, a second harmonic component with a frequency of 880 Hz, a third harmonic at 1320 Hz, and so on. In general, musical instruments that generate continuous sounds—the bowed strings, the brasses, and the woodwinds—create such periodic tones. Tones that are not periodic (aperiodic) have frequency components that do not fit a harmonic series. Percussive instruments such as kettledrums and bells make such aperiodic tones.
Pitch is a sensation of highness or lowness that is the basic element of melody. Periodic complex tones tend to have a single pitch, which listeners will match by a pure tone having a frequency equal to the fundamental frequency of the periodic complex tone. Aperiodic complex tones tend to have multiple pitches. A second psychological attribute of complex tones is tone color or timbre. Tone color is often represented by descriptive adjectives. The adjectives may be linked to the physical spectrum. Thus, a tone with strong harmonics above 1000 Hz may be called “bright.” A tone with no harmonics at all above 1000 Hz may be called “dull” or “stuffy.”
- A sound of distinct pitch, quality, and duration; a note.
- The interval of a major second in the diatonic scale; a whole step.
- A recitational melody in a Gregorian chant.
- The quality or character of sound.
- The characteristic quality or timbre of a particular instrument or voice.
- The pitch of a word used to determine its meaning or to distinguish differences in meaning.
- The particular or relative pitch of a word, phrase, or sentence.
- Manner of expression in speech or writing: took an angry tone with the reporters.
- A general quality, effect, or atmosphere: a room with an elegant tone.
- A color or shade of color: light tones of blue.
- Quality of color: The green wallpaper had a particularly somber tone.
- The general effect in painting of light, color, and shade.
- The normal state of elastic tension or partial contraction in resting muscles.
- Normal firmness of a tissue or an organ.
v., toned, ton·ing, tones. v.tr.
- To give a particular tone or inflection to.
- To soften or change the color of (a painting or photographic negative, for example).
- To sound monotonously; intone.
- To make firmer or stronger. Often used with up: exercises that tone up the body.
- To assume a particular color quality.
- To harmonize in color.
phrasal verb:tone down
- To make less vivid, harsh, or violent; moderate.
[Middle English ton, from Old French, from Latin tonus, from Greek tonos, string, a stretching.]
What is Pitch, Loudness and Quality of Sound? September 22, 2006Posted by healthyself in Blogroll, Cell phone safety, Cell Phones, Definitions, Ear, Electromagnetic Field, Electromagnetic Spectrum, Electromagnetic waves, Electrosensitivity, Energy, Exposure, Frequencies, Harmonics, Hearing, Pitch, Sound, Tone, Waves.
This is how high or low a sound seems. A bird makes a high pitch. A lion makes a low pitch.
Pitch and loudness are two ways that sounds are different. Another way is in quality. Some sounds are pleasant and some are a noise.Compare the two waves on the right.A pleasant sound has a regular wave pattern. The pattern is repeated over and over. But the waves of noise are irregular. They do not have a repeated pattern.