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1. ## Frequency of a single atom?

That's exactly why I'm here, to seek the borders of this question, from those with a far greater knowledge than I,so I can get on with some research. I appreciate the opinions above, have listed them and will systematically read up about all. chladni patterns, a plate attached to a speaker cone, create intricate patterns when frequencies are played through the speaker, the key word here is it (the frequency) creates. change the frequency and the pattern changes. No one has devised a 3d version of this device as far as I am aware, imagine what that could look like. so you can create using frequency, can you change things with frequency? can you negate things with frequency? back to basic building material.. You would need to know what 'basic' frequency you are working with first, surely? Hence the question how do I measure frequency, having an electronics background I would use an oscilloscope, that's easy when dealing with electrical pulses. One step further, an animal cell has a 0.12volt potential per cell, where would I put the electrodes to measure its frequency? How do I measure the frequency of a mitochondria within that cell? Is the statement that any atom, molecule or cell manages to 'maintain' its frequency to keep it's integrity, correct?
2. ## Frequency of a single atom?

So we have an atom, molecules and complex organisms/ structures each with more bonds to break to facilitate dis integration. heres a link to a rather interesting story... http://johnbedini.net/john34/rife.html Quackery aside for the moment, have a look at the science Bedini brings to this. interferometry?
3. ## Frequency of a single atom?

Electro- medicine, like the SCIO or Multi wave oscillator or Rifes microscope, these guys had a way of being able to ascertain the frequency of a parasite and by manipulating that freq, destroy the parasite. How? how do you 'measure' that 'sort' of frequency?
4. ## Frequency of a single atom?

Hmmm let me try ask this another way, Here is a H atom, lets for the time being not concern ourselves with how it came about, It has all the bits of a single H atom. there are forces keeping it together, "maintaining" it as an H atom. So if I wanted to break it up into bits, ie dis assemble it. I'm thinking there should be a frequency (combination off, or maybe harmonics etc) I could apply that would 'resonate' the parts out of the H state? Battling for words to describe this.......
5. ## Frequency of a single atom?

A hydrogen atom, vibrates at a frequency common to all hydrogen atoms, how does one measure that? Do we even have tech available to measure such frequencies?
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