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Posted by Dale Lake - my theory continued on April 9, 2000 20:20:50 UTC

Good Day

The beginning assumption: From void (0) arose the universal fundamental tone (1) which danced the Dance of the Superstring (1,2,3,4) whose 4 possibilities led to electron probabilities (2,8,18,32) through the quantum transator 2n squared.

2nd assumption: this creation we know as a hologram model. The holographic laser`s cohesive reference wave is the zero, Brouwer`s single point theorm models the fundamental tone and the harmonics which follow.

Notice that music has several octaves represented on one piano. The ratios of a C note to the next C is the harmonic octave doubling, thus if a piano has 5 C notes they would have the frequency ratio of (1,2,4,8,16).
Our eyes only see one octave doubling of frequencies between:
*** 4 X 1000000000000000 Hz.
*** 5 X 1000000000000000 Hz.
*** 6 X 1000000000000000 Hz.
*** 7 X 1000000000000000 Hz.
__________________________________________________ (4,5,6,7) is the frequency set seen in the one octave of visible spectrum. Where exactly the fundamental tone of the light spectrum which would relate to the fundamental tone in sound (middle C on a piano is simply chosen to be at 262 Hz.) which would relate to a universal fundamental tone, expressed in wavelength or frequency, I don`t know.
Through the octave doubling priciple we can double or halve the different frequencies and wavelengths to explore relating, say, Planke`s length to sound and light but I have yet to find a satisfying answer.
The chord of life (4,5,6,7) imlies four primary colors rather than three.

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