Body’s not a sphere or string though. I suppose you can find center of gravity in any particular position and from that calculate outwards to a particular average frequency. But if you wanted the whole body to maximally vibrate in its resonance frequency, you might need to find a note whose overtones correspond with the various body cavities. Or, alternatively, play a chord.

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I made a video slideshow of the PDF slides and set it to synchronized drumless ‘ghost’ music at 96bpm, 5 sec per slide. 1920×1080 I process information better visually than through speaking and I prefer pausing at a visual slide than pausing a speaker. The slides are high quality so I expect they will be sufficient to learn the material. (10m 20s)

I made a video
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“May have just found next “Yanni or Laurel” soundbite thanks to my daughter’s obsession with Elmo. Listen once thinking Grover says “Yes, yes, that’s a f**king excellent idea” then again KNOWING he actually says “Yes, yes, that sounds like an excellent idea.” I hear either based on what I’m thinking” One commented noted the sentence changes whether or not they are reading the title on top of the video or not. I found that’s true for me as well. Anticipating can change how you see – or – hear – things.

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Good video. Describes canonical application of Lorentz transformation very well. The tie-in to speed of light = speed of causality is logical for other reasons, such as: If we observe utilizing photons, then the speed of photons is the smallest granular unit for maximum velocity. But, in quantum physics, it only has to average out to that smallest maximum unit of velocity. Quantum physicists regularly borrow from time (using anti-time), much as how we can borrow from the complex plane when dealing with whatever regular numbers are called again.

Good video. Describes canonical
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