A Matter of Acoustics: the Genesis of the Big Bang
|Title||A Matter of Acoustics: the Genesis of the Big Bang|
|Read in full||Link to paper|
|Author(s)||Samuel J Hunt|
|Journal||Proceedings of the NPA|
|No. of pages||4|
Read the full paper here
Since Darwin and Einstein challenged the Judeo-Christian belief of origins beginning in 1850 through 1950, there has been a lasting debate and continual inquiry into the process underlying the origin of the Universe and the species. The purpose of this paper is to look objectively at three observable facts; that everything science has scrutinized is composed of three articles: 1) acoustics, 2) light (energy), and 3) matter. Science for 150 years has studied the transduction of light to matter and vice versa. However, less time has been spent on the transduction of acoustics into light (i.e. Sonoluminescence). The central tenet of the Theory of Acoustic Genesis is that sound begets light and light begets matter, and that this is the core framework of all processes underlying any serious inquiry into the origins of the Universe. This paper will describe the evidence that exists as artifacts left over from this process, namely: 1) that all matter emits an acoustic signature, 2) that all matter can be manipulated by sound, & 3) that the structure of all matter can be reduced to simple vibration (harmony).