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    Quote Originally Posted by bmanmcfly View Post
    This would be interesting to see some studies on how harmonics can impact DNA...

    I am aware that harmonics can produce some interesting patterns at different frequencies, but in terms of impacting biology. Seems a stretch, but I'm not a doctor so I couldn't say one way or the other.
    High energy levels of high frequencies can be very damaging. Ask DNA how it likes gamma, xrays, radar waves, microwaves, UV .

    In time will see if exposure to RF energy from cell phones has an effect on humans. Being inches away from ones brain, time will tell if there is an increased risk. How much energy is needed to destabilize atoms?
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    Quote Originally Posted by EnigmaO01 View Post
    He is a Trump voter. The sign is still in the window where he lives.
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    Quote Originally Posted by THOR View Post
    High energy levels of high frequencies can be very damaging. Ask DNA how it likes gamma, xrays, radar waves, microwaves, UV .
    Based on my admittedly limited understanding, objects that are smaller than a given energy's wavelength cannot be affected by that particular type of energy. For example, the wavelength of microwave oven radiation is about 12 cm, which is why the radiation cannot penetrate the small holes in the door which allow you to watch your frozen burrito spin.

    The wavelength for ultraviolet radiation ranges from 10nm to 400nm. Depending on the chromosome and other variances, the length of a coiled DNA helix is approximately 17nm, so it can be affected by ultraviolet light.

    However, this means that DNA cannot be affected by energies of lower wavelengths. For instance, infrared energy has a minimum wavelength of 700nm, which is far greater than the length of a DNA helix, so infrared cannot directly damage chromosomes. It can still cook the skin, of course - but it won't impact the DNA directly. Same goes for microwaves, and radio waves.

    Anyone want to clarify or correct me on this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Djinn View Post
    When I was in high school, I figured out the resonance frequency of my parents' tiled bathroom shower. At a specific frequency, the effective volume suddenly doubled, and it made nearby plumbing fixtures rattle.

    I can safely say that the frequency also had a negative effect on my parents' behavior, given that they would angrily tell me to knock it off and get out of the shower.
    Yes, you can "mic" ceramics during to machining in order to gage the frequency at which the ceramics will shatter, that is how monolithic primary mirrors are made now, they are basically one structure; the truss structure and the mirror are one and the same. But in order to do that, you must use lightweight, anti-damping, and dynamically sound materials, like SISIC, and it can be machined after sintering. But you have to control the speed, i.e. the frequency in order to do that.

    I know a bit about harmonics,, especially in fluid dynamics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Djinn View Post
    When I was in high school, I figured out the resonance frequency of my parents' tiled bathroom shower. At a specific frequency, the effective volume suddenly doubled, and it made nearby plumbing fixtures rattle.

    I can safely say that the frequency also had a negative effect on my parents' behavior, given that they would angrily tell me to knock it off and get out of the shower.
    It may be my imagination but it seems our log home, with a cathedral ceiling, actually magnifies the sound from the TV to the loft. As in the TV down stairs is louder in the above loft then it is on the level the TV is at. Is that possible?

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    Quote Originally Posted by THOR View Post
    High energy levels of high frequencies can be very damaging. Ask DNA how it likes gamma, xrays, radar waves, microwaves, UV .

    In time will see if exposure to RF energy from cell phones has an effect on humans. Being inches away from ones brain, time will tell if there is an increased risk. How much energy is needed to destabilize atoms?
    Had something unusual happen to a glass light cover in a classmate's dorm room once. The three of us were just talking and all of a sudden it just shattered. It was not on so heat or electricity had nothing to do with it. The only thing we could figure was it has something to do with the sound frequency from our voices?

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    Quote Originally Posted by EnigmaO01 View Post
    Had something unusual happen to a glass light cover in a classmate's dorm room once. The three of us were just talking and all of a sudden it just shattered. It was not on so heat or electricity had nothing to do with it. The only thing we could figure was it has something to do with the sound frequency from our voices?
    Not likely. A sufficiently skilled singer CAN shatter a thin-walled wineglass with her* voice, but she'd have to be really loud, and her face would have to be within an inch or two of the glass.

    It's more likely that the glass fixture was improperly installed (and/or poorly manufactured), and a portion of it was under pressure from the mount. Virtually any vibration, such as an air conditioner kicking on, or a toilet flushing, might have been enough to cause the break.



    * It's unlikely that any male could produce the necessary volume and pitch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Djinn View Post
    Based on my admittedly limited understanding, objects that are smaller than a given energy's wavelength cannot be affected by that particular type of energy. For example, the wavelength of microwave oven radiation is about 12 cm, which is why the radiation cannot penetrate the small holes in the door which allow you to watch your frozen burrito spin.

    The wavelength for ultraviolet radiation ranges from 10nm to 400nm. Depending on the chromosome and other variances, the length of a coiled DNA helix is approximately 17nm, so it can be affected by ultraviolet light.

    However, this means that DNA cannot be affected by energies of lower wavelengths. For instance, infrared energy has a minimum wavelength of 700nm, which is far greater than the length of a DNA helix, so infrared cannot directly damage chromosomes. It can still cook the skin, of course - but it won't impact the DNA directly. Same goes for microwaves, and radio waves.

    Anyone want to clarify or correct me on this?
    Basically correct. The other two factors are absorption and energy. The shorter the wavelength the higher the energy and so the longer the wavelength the lower the energy. Gamma rays are very high energy but fortunately humans are quite transparent to them. But a few are absorbed and those have sufficient energy to mutate DNA. The same is somewhat true of X-rays but some are absorbed, which is what makes X-ray imaging and CT scans work. These too are potential DNA destroyers. UV are at the lower end of ones that can directly cause problems. Visible light is absorbed/reflected and are fine which is why going out in the sun with a good sun screen to take the UV out of the question is fine. Then IR and microwaves are of puny significance.

    Microwaves can go through glass, ceramics and many other non-metal materials. The microwave in your kitchen was designed to emit a frequency that is absorbed by water and fat, both prevalent in food. But they are poorly absorbed by ice which is why when you try to thaw something low fat too fast in the microwave, a bit will thaw and then become charred before the rest warms up. As soon as a little liquid water shows up, that absorbs most of the energy.

    When they heat something, they do it through causing the molecules to vibrate (IR) or rotate (MW). Usually when these do damage, it is the thermal effects and not molecular destruction/rearrangement that are the issue.

    I suppose some weird harmonic effects could be possible but this has been tested countless times including the radio waves especially with all the cellphone use these days without any harm found.

    I however know nothing about the potential of sound to somehow screw with a human body.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RNG View Post
    ... The microwave in your kitchen was designed to emit a frequency that is absorbed by water and fat, both prevalent in food. But they are poorly absorbed by ice which is why when you try to thaw something low fat too fast in the microwave, a bit will thaw and then become charred before the rest warms up. As soon as a little liquid water shows up, that absorbs most of the energy ...
    This explains why melting frozen butter in a microwave oven is tricky... it remains solid for a while, and then it liquefies very suddenly.

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