Stringularity - Round-and-Round & In-and-Out [Pythagoras Bounded String-Length] . . . .

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Bounded String-length 'ONE' divided by Prime Number 'FIVE' gives MAJOR THIRD
Going slowly you can see it go round-and-round twice to complete full cycle.

Bounded String-length 'ONE' divided by Prime Number 'FIVE' gives MAJOR THIRD
But going fast you can see it go round-and-round twice and in-and-out to hear the MAJOR THIRD


Is Cosmic Music Unlocking The Matrix?
23rd March 2012 - By Zen Gardner

"Music is amazing. The right combinations of vibrational sounds can open the spirit and unlock moods and emotions and stir thought and action. Discordant sounds close the heart and cause discomfort and annoyance. This happens on the cosmic level as well. The shift in consciousness that’s taking place coincides with a vibrational change in the Universe. Like electricity or thought, it can only be seen by its effects, which come in the form of new feelings, new realizations and new perspectives which in turn bring about changed behaviors."

Made me think of: -

this [Stringularity]

“According to legend, the first mathematical formulation of what we might today call a law of nature dates back to an Ionian named Pythagoras [who] is said to have discovered the numerical relationship between the length of the strings used in musical instruments and the harmonic combinations of the sounds. In today’s language we would describe that relationship by saying that the frequency - the number of vibrations per second or ‘Herz’ value - of a string vibrating under fixed tension is inversely proportional to the length of the string. One could call that simple mathematical formula the first instance of what we now know as theoretical physics.”

and this [Michio Kaku - What is Music]

"We hear music all the time, but has it ever crossed your mind how it works? Why do pianos and guitars sound different, and some notes work together particularly well with others? This might strike some of you as being somewhat irrelevant to this blog, but the connections with Maths and Physics are very deep-rooted; the very bases of sound and harmony are founded on Mathematics, and possibly the very essence of the Universe is founded upon Music."

and this Rainbow

and this A Brief History of Time



"In string theory the basic objects are not particles, which occupy a single point in space, but one-dimensional strings. These strings may have ends or they may join up with themselves in closed loops. Just like the strings on a violin, the strings in string theory support certain vibrational patterns, or resonant frequencies, whose wavelengths fit precisely between the two ends. But while the different resonant frequencies of a violin's strings give rise to different musical notes, the different oscillations of a string give rise to different masses and force charges, which are interpreted as fundamental particles. Roughly speaking, the shorter the wavelength of the osciIlation on the string, the greater the mass of the particle."

Pythagoras’ law of stringularity as a universal constant, is easily demonstrated audio-visually here - Click nodes - 'blue' for chromatic-scale and 'gold' for harmonic series - 'on' and 'off' in 'series/parallel' to make 'melody/'harmony'.

Pythagoras’ ‘law’ is revealed in a string at constant tension and length, in the cello G-String shown for example. The image has Hz values based on G'o'=100 Hz, which is equivalent to a Cello G-String. Here, Herz values have been slowed visually by a factor of 100, so the Herz doubling for the octave and trebling for the fifth [etc] can more easily be ‘seen’ as well as 'heard' [as 'doublings', treblings' etc].

The audio-visual file for this is here Mouse-touch [one click ‘on’, second click ‘off’].

  • The gold-coloured buttons in the image to both hear and see how the ‘harmonics’ of the whole string, or the ‘overtone series’, emerges ‘harmoniously’ from the ‘fundamental’ G.
  • The blue-coloured buttons for ‘chromatic’ notes are in between but not ‘harmonics’.

and this [The Elegant Universe - "Nothing but music - the essentials of superstring theory"].


this [East West Divan Orchestra, Daniel Barenboim . . . ]

"You don't have to agree politcally to have common activites.
"Keep the politicians out of it." . . . "In the orchestra I want my opponent to do well."

Here physicist Brian Greene explains superstring theory, the idea that minuscule strands of energy vibrating in 11 dimensions create every particle and force in the universe. Brian Greene is perhaps the best-known proponent of superstring theory, the idea that minuscule strands of energy vibrating in a higher dimensional space-time create every particle and force in the universe. Full bio

“Einstein comes along and says, space and time can warp and curve, that’s what gravity is. Now string theory comes along and says, yes, gravity, quantum mechanics and electromagnetism — all together in one package, but only if the universe has more dimensions than the ones that we see.” Brian Greene

Despite having been offered the chance to own a Guarneri, Einstein preferred to play a much less distinguished violin, leaving the great instruments to those whom he felt really needed their power and complexity. Towards the end of his life, as he felt facility leaving his left hand, he laid down his violin and never picked it up again. However, Einstein never lost his love for the instrument.

As he once said, “I know that the most joy in my life has come to me from my violin”.


Strings/Loops/Trefoil/Pentagram/Sacred Geometry

Audio-Visual concept where C&C is a "Well Tempered Climate Accord"

Elegy People and Planet facing climate change

User inter-active pdf file of the Pythagorean Orbits in the Penrose Pattern

Mahler 5th Symphony Adagietto - East West Orchestra, Barenboim

Schubert String Quintet second movement - Zagreb Festival


Schubert String Quintet last movement - Zagreb Festival