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quote:Originally posted by neilepI do not have any clue what Cymatics is all about !!..though Wiki has a little bit about it ...sorry, you cannot view external links. To see them, please
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quote:Originally posted by another_someoneWaves in space are usually shock waves rather than sound waves.Nonetheless, it is believed that those shock waves do have an impact on start formation from gas clouds, and this includes star formation in the spiral arms of galaxies.Could the dynamics of waves tell us something about other cosmic processes. I am not qualified to answer this, but I can well imagine it might be so. If you look at a flow of traffic along a congested road, you will see waves moving through that traffic, so one can imagine there may be situations where the gravitational pull between cosmic objects might similarly create wave motions.George
14Hz ... makes a hexagram. The note C (amongst others) generates a perfect hexagram
"Cymatics" are not just dependent on frequency, the also depend on the medium which is vibrating and its dimensions, (and are not limited to hexagonal symmetry) ... ...sorry, you cannot view external links. To see them, please
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... to address what you said about medium and dimension. Some of the most famous Schlieren photographs, (some of which are Hans Jenny's) that come up when you search Cymatics, are of the note C on it's own with only air as the medium. No container, no dimensions. Just a pressure wave travelling through air, out of a transducer.
Going back to the original question wave motions exist in galaxies but they are not normal sound waves. They are waves associated with the lives of stars and the interactions of gravitating lumps. Not this can include lumps of dark matter as well as visible galaxies.
Did I say "supernatural"?
Did I say anything about air containing "frequencies"?
Pipe organs can go out of tune with weather changes. The organ is most susceptible to temperature changes which causes the pipes to expand or contract.
Have fun with your mundane experiment RD.
out come the CAPS.
You mentioned two religious texts to support your argument, (a rather unwise strategy in a science forum).
You claimed hexagonal cymatic patterns occur in air at “14Hz” and at “C” (middle C is 440Hz), regardless of any other parameters, which is not true, e.g. even in a system which was resonating at 440Hz would go out of tune if the temperature changed, e.g. ...