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Captain Dave

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Stargates - The perfect sound?
« on: April 24, 2012, 12:28:58 PM »
Sorry, I have quite a few "pictures" in my head jumbled around and putting them into words will take awhile. My plan here is to write down basic descriptions as I can, trying to put a finer point on what I see.

So, imho the fabric of space is very similar to water and in fact space also contains water. Is it possible that generating the right sound frequency will cause space itself to react to the vibrations?

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Just as water can store a complex pattern, cannot also space store a pattern?


Each planet and everything else in space having it's own frequency and coodinate location but also sharing common frequencies.
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Re: Stargates - The perfect sound?
« Reply #1 on: April 24, 2012, 04:09:04 PM »
Sorry, I have quite a few "pictures" in my head jumbled around and putting them into words will take awhile. My plan here is to write down basic descriptions as I can, trying to put a finer point on what I see.

So, imho the fabric of space is very similar to water and in fact space also contains water. Is it possible that generating the right sound frequency will cause space itself to react to the vibrations?

http://www.thelivingmoon.com/forum/index.php?topic=1168.0
Just as water can store a complex pattern, cannot also space store a pattern?


Each planet and everything else in space having it's own frequency and coodinate location but also sharing common frequencies.

I don't know about "space containing water" being anything more than "fairy tale" right now, but there substantial observed evidence that there is unseen matter, or "dark/black matter" out there. Apparently it is thought to be very prevalent, and I have see statements saying that the total mass of the dark matter is greater than the masses of all of the stars in all of the known galaxies combined. That would be a fair amount of dark matter!!  ;)

Now, with the known universal movement of billions of star systems within galaxies, and the many billions of huge galaxies both rotating and moving directionally, all at tremendous speeds, one might thing that "space already has plenty of vibrations" to react to. However, it may be a universal ocean of black matter that is getting stirred.

I kinda assume that we humans are still pretty much "know-nothings", when it comes to really knowing anything about subjects like this.

One more thought - maybe the dark matter is just dirt in the massive water oceans of space!!   ;D
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Re: Stargates - The perfect sound?
« Reply #2 on: July 31, 2014, 10:33:46 AM »
If you turn on the shower sometimes you might get a glimpse of tiny luminous balls of light that would appear for a few seconds then disappear. I think sound might have something to do with it.

 


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