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Comments 808.11.201413:09link7.5
That's explain the every sound wave frequency has its own print and shape - this is like a formulas in linear algebra and mapping. This is how everything in our world made, from mathemtical expressions - AKA quantum mechanics, I envy those people who can study and understand that, too difficult for me.
Ali Heibi Ali Heibi 08.11.201413:17 response link 1.5
Come on, dude. That's just shows how waves with different frequencies affects surface with sand(or dust, whatever) on it.
geek_528 geek_528 08.11.201414:24 response link -0.9
No, you're wrong. My former physics lecturer explain us this video last semester - he's also made his PhD dissertation on wave frequency. From what he has said the particles(elements,atoms, protons, electrons, nuetrons, all quark particles) are influence from waves/energy, and if we'll know the right formulas and able to contril it we could able make any thing from quarks - that's string theory(that particles have dimensions) and quantum mechanics.
For general iformation, what's your major or occupation? I'm a mechanical engineering student.
Ali Heibi Ali Heibi 08.11.201414:43 response link 1.5
here is nothing about quantum mechanics or string theory.
Please read about standing waves.
geek_528 geek_528 10.11.201416:05 response link 0.0
This is called 'atomic orbital'. As I said I don't know much about quantum mechanics but this is part of it.
Ali Heibi Ali Heibi 10.11.201416:17 response link 0.0
and not 'atomic orbital' either.
You are messing up with terms.
Your gif is about sand and standing wave.

The gif below explains your gif and this is called standing wave.
geek_528 geek_528 10.11.201416:31 response link 0.0
I asked a freind of mine, he is a physicist, basically I'm right and wrong - and you're also right and wrong. There's something in quantum physics as called "flavour symmetry"(this is what I ment) but yet quantum physics is a theory because humans weren't ever seen quarks - that's why the CERN was bulit to try to observe them. And how we know about those particles, physicists have calculated their movement like as astronomical objects.
Anyway this is still a theory and I hope one day I'll able to understand that.
Ali Heibi Ali Heibi 11.11.201400:11 response link 0.0
nhoccan nhoccan 08.11.201414:15 response link -0.1
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