I've watched a few videos about sound frequencies altering the geometric pattern of molecules. Some interesting work has been done on the effects of sound on matter. The discipline is called Cymatics. My questions is, how can I find out which frequencies produce which results? In other words, if a certain frequency 'reconstructs" a molecule to a specific geometric pattern, what is the number of that frequency? I want to reproduce those frequencies on my computer with an audio editor I have.
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Twitter not a good indicator of scientific impact9 décembre, 2013
Trends related to the most-tweeted peer-reviewed scientific papers published between 2010 and 2012, and their social media success, have been identified by Stefanie Haustein at the University of Montreal's School of Library and Information Science. Based on 1.4 million documents from PubMed and Web of Science, it is the largest Twitter study of scholarly articles so far. Consider that a paper about an altered gene during radiation exposure was tweeted 963 times but only received 9 academic citations. "When we look at the most tweeted articles, many have a surprising or humourous character. Articles are often tweeted anecdotally," says her supervisor Vincent Larivière.
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