Flickr photograph by 70023venus2009
Amateur scientists have a long history of both failure and success observing events in nature and attempting to develop hypotheses and theories as to why they behave in the way they do. Describing these phenomena with mathematical formula that predicts future outcomes accurately is what is called scientific method.
"Definition of scientific method: principles and procedures for the systematic pursuit of knowledge involving the recognition and formulation of a problem, the collection of data through observation and experiment, and the formulation and testing of hypotheses Merriam Webster".
There are also situations in nature that are not readily observable by researchers nor can they be easily worked within the scope of scientific method and thus fall into the category of pseudo science. Many of these practices are based upon unsupported belief and misinformation. However, there are situations where an observer can point out events in nature to researchers that may be followed up using scientific method. I am referring to the sensitivity to molecular magnetic fields by human beings. It is a form of human pattern recognition of analogs of electromagnetism that has a particular sensation/feeling and subsequent physiological effect unique to that particular item of interest.
An example is that of an herbal medication whose molecular magnetic field imparts physiological effects within the body similar to, though more subtle than the actual chemical. A person sensitive to this field can interpret the molecular field of the item of interest as an electromagnetic analog and convert it to an audio file. Playing back the audio file works in two mediums, electromagnetism from the electrical audio coil in the speaker and sound waves. One can also replicate the subtle physiological effect of the chemical mix using an electrical audio coil without sound.
Another little known aspect of playing the designer frequency, through an audio coil, is the electromagnetic field can permanently tune items, not thought to be susceptible to magnetism via current methods of analysis, to the same molecular frequency of the original item of interest.
I have been working with molecular magnetic field matching since 2007 and converting the field approximations into their audio analogs at my YouTube channel Helpfulwaves. Until just recently, there was no way to take the individual out of the equation for interpreting these fields and creating designer frequencies. I began to develop simple devices to help people recreate these fields. The DVD generator was the latest version, though the replicated field was subtle and there was no way to convert the field into an audio analog. Insights from that process pointed to what was necessary in order to take the next step using an automated computer program.
A breakthrough in molecular magnetic field frequency matching 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.
Here is an explanation on how Audio Paint works from Nicolas Fournel's website:
"AudioPaint generates sounds from pictures. The program reads JPEG, GIF, PNG and BMP files and translates each pixel color and position into frequency, amplitude and pan information. AudioPaint can therefore be considered as a massive additive synthesizer."
"A picture is actually processed as a big frequency / time grid. Each line of the picture is an oscillator, and the taller the picture is, the higher the frequency resolution is. While the vertical position of a pixel determines its frequency, its horizontal position corresponds to its time offset."
What I do know is that importing a photograph of an item of interest into the Audio Paint program and converting the photograph into audio replicates the molecular magnetic field the same or likely better than what I can do by hand. The missing piece to the puzzle is now filled in on how to replicate molecular magnetic fields in an automated way. The underlying physics to this process remains to be tackled by researchers. The good news is anyone can explore this process on their own.
An alternative program is Google Pixelsynth. There are likely many other similar programs available.
Read my blog article on Audio Paint for more information on how to match molecular magnetic fields and then convert the audio file to Pink Noise audio using Audacity.
What we do know is that the picture is processed into an audio analog as "a big frequency/time grid", "a massive additive synthesizer" that captures the molecular magnetic field at that place and time. Something very interesting is occurring on the molecular level that translates out into the world via different mediums that requires sorting out.
Consider this outcome, automated and real time molecular magnetic field matching is only an application program away from making every smart phone a molecular magnetic field frequency analyzer and on the road to what could be possible with more sophisticated programs that convert visual data into their audio analogs. We are talking about a new high tech arena of diagnostic tools and therapies.
Thomas Lee Jacobs
July 22, 2018