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Matching the Molecular Magnetic Field of Planet Jupiter's High Altitude Clouds as Audio

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NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS/Jason Major

Here is the molecular magnetic field approximation for high altitude clouds on planet Jupiter taken by the Juno spacecraft on June 15, 2018 as audio using Audio Paint program. An alternative program is Google Pixelsynth. This is what it would feel like if you were standing the surface of Titan in the photograph. Read more about matching molecular magnetic fields here.


Listen to Molecular Magnetic Field of High Altitude Clouds on Jupiter as audio here.



Matching the Molecular Magnetic Field on Surface of Saturn's Moon Titan as Audio

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Titan photograph ESA/NASA/JPL

Here is the molecular magnetic field approximation for the surface of Saturn's moon Titan taken by the Huygens space probe shortly after landing on January 14, 2005 as audio using Audio Paint program. An alternative program is Google Pixelsynth. This is what it would feel like if you were standing the surface of Titan in the photograph. Read more about matching molecular magnetic fields here.

Listen to Molecular Magnetic Field on surface of Titan as audio here.



Matching the Molecular Magnetic Field of Apollo 17 at Taurus- Littrow Valley as Audio

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NASA photograph of Apollo 17 Gene Cernan and Harrison Schmidt

Here is the molecular magnetic field approximation of Apollo 17 Gene Cernan and Harrison Schmidt at Tauras-Littrow valley on the Moon in 1972 as audio using Audio Paint program. An alternative program is Google Pixelsynth. This is what it would feel like if you were standing next to the astronauts in the photograph. Read more about matching molecular magnetic fields here.

Listen Apollo 17 at Taurus- Littrow Valley as audio here.





Matching the Molecular Magnetic Field at Gale Crater on Mars in Dust Storm as Audio

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NASA/JPL Mars Rover Curiosity "selfie" in dust storm at Gale Crater 6-15-18

Here is the molecular magnetic field approximation at Gale crater on Mars as audio using Audio Paint program. An alternative program is Google Pixelsynth. This is what it would feel like if you were standing next to Curiosity in the photograph. Read more about matching molecular magnetic fields here.

Listen Mars Rover Curiosity in dust storm at Gale Crater as audio here.


Matching the Molecular Magnetic Field of Pluto as Audio

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NASA/ John Hopkins University

Here is the molecular magnetic field approximation of Pluto as audio using Audio Paint program. An alternative program is Google Pixelsynth. This is what Pluto would feel like if you were flying by in the New Horizons spacecraft. Read more about matching molecular magnetic fields here.

Listen to Pluto Molecular Magnetic Field as audio here.



Matching the Molecular Magnetic Field of Black Hole at Galactic Center of Sagittarius A as Audio

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Here is the molecular magnetic field approximation of the black hole at the galactic center of Sgr A as audio using Audio Paint program. An alternative program is Google Pixelsynth. This is what it would feel like if you were near the black hole in the photograph. Read more about matching molecular magnetic fields here.




Listen to Sgr A Black Hole molecular magnetic field as audio here.



Matching Molecular Magnetic Fields using Audio Paint

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Audio Paint

A breakthrough in molecular magnetic field frequency matching has occurred with the freeware program Audio Paint created by Nicolas Fournel in 2002 to make sound from pictures. His program fills in the missing piece required to match molecular magnetic fields automatically without human interpretation. What Nicolas and many other people may not know is that the audio file created from a photograph also replicates the molecular magnetic field taken at that time and place. Consider it to be a historical fingerprint. The designer electromagnetic field emanating from the audio coil during playback creates a physiological response in the body based upon the item matched.

At my now discontinued YouTube channel Helpfulwaves, I posted over 300 molecular field matches as Pink Noise audio for various herbs, over- the- counter medications, etc., that I created by hand. I was the middle man in discerning and interpreting the fields. Some of my earliest molecular magnetic field matches…