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so fun

nice one:)

thanks

if you want to make that sound more interesting,

do that.

1.keep the original untouched.

2.create a clone file, select the mid lows

and make two files out of it,

1 file 1octave down and one file 2 octaves down [-12 and -24 semitones each]

now do that

make a new file with only the mid hies band,

and pruduce two new files 1 and 2 octaves up [12 and 24 semitones]

now delete the intermediate files of mid lows and mid hies.

you have 4 octave harmonics and 1 original.

open a Wavelab file,

and no place all in a parallel line,

the have to maintain the same lenght while octaved.

We do not place them at the same starting point,

we create 17 ms = millisecond delays

among each parallel line

because basser octaves have more intertia,

therefore they have to start earlier.

PLEASE DO NOT OVERLIMIT THE RECORDING

ALL SOUND TRACKS MUST NOT BE VERY LOUD

EXCEPT THE ORIGINAL TRACK THAT IS IN THE MIDDLE

.

play with delays and echos, but not extreme delay times,

so you can make future corrections.

if the overall sound is very warm=bass or cold=high hies

use a multiband compressor.

if you do not have wavelab

the natural laws apply to all the universe,

so the same idias apply to all programs

PLEASE BRUSH YOUR TEETH

I HATE SMELLY STUDENTS IN MY CLASS!!!

epigenetical gets genetical!!!

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mostly Histones and a bit less Methylene groups affect the patterns chromosomes

divide during gamete meiosis. Epigenetics affect genetics. Clones have variant gene transfering probabilities to their offsprings.

As we know from quantum mechanics and chemistry, different chemical shapes and bonds,

had different tolerance.

We can prove that in the lab with simple bacteria that reproduce sexually.

Changes in epigenetical data, cause changes in probabilistic appearance of DNA sections, therefore genes

themselves.

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during meiosis at gametes and then after their merging during

fertilization chromosomes were supposed to lose gradually

their epigenetic data, well some data do change, but not all.

It is a probabilistic phenomenon.

we now know that protein chromosomal sleeves not only

activate or deactivate probabilistically genes [we do not have the same

epigenetics in all our cells]

but epigenetical factors exert probabilistic presure

at the points DNA twists during meiosis at gametes half DNA gene chart

it is a probabilistic factor though, not the only factor, but a very real one

ANGULAR GRAVITY

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angular gravity [angular momentum relativistic pressure of reshaped entanglemets or partial entanglemets,

at lower angular energy entanglement quantum levels=higher probability quantum entanglements]

entropy spreads angular momentum relativistic pressure of previous broken

entanglements to distance shortening=motion, speed= new established angular momentum,

motion is simply a different-lower state ANGLE(angular momentum) as perceived by the particle

the new angle has lower energy level, so the energy spreads in motion,

also heat [quantum noise] the excessive energy that does not reach an angular quantum level

is expressed as virtual particle heat. Heat is photons. These virtual photons if combined

to reach a quantum energy level

merge to form real photons

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a particle if it doesn't crush somewere it maintains the previous entangled state,

if the entanglement breaks it becomes partialy entangled with non entangled close particles to that new space region, also hot bodies appear heavier,

because they break faster their entanglements, so they lose-transform-spend relativistic energy to probabilistic entanglemets or partial entanglements to the nearest particles. We know from spin detecton mathematics and experiments, that

the apparatus does not perceive different spin values for different angles only,

but also if we do not change the angle of the measuring apparatus in the SECOND

detection, but we change the speed of the apparatus, at light speed fractions.

So not only angle changes the angular momentum, but also motion-speed of a PART of an entanglement. So heat, breakes at faster rates the partial-or pure entanglements that occured to closest available particles, and the relativistic enegry is expressed at angular momentum relativisic pressure, we call that gravity.

Gravity is angular momentum relativistic pressure.

It exists at noise levels, but we can rise that noise levels

or lower them after mathematical - wavefunctional approaches

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a non colaplsed spin, rotates. All particles have the ideal spin period, but different spin periods

if beholded from outside. Close space regions statistically have very close spin periods,

and afar regions statistically have wider beholded spin differences.

When we observe, we change the spin, also we "meet" it with our detector at a certain value

each time we observe it, so this does not mean that the spin stopped rotating,

but our apparatus if not twisted it will meet the spin at a certain value.

We can detect different spins if we twist our detector at different angles during each experiment,

we know the brobabilistic rules at various angles. Also we can change angle if we do not

twist at all our detector but simply move it at light speed fractions faster or slower than

the previous measurement. We have proven it mathematically and experimentally in most Univerisities

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