Subject: Do the elements have calculable/specific vibratory rates?
Date: Mon Apr 30 19:38:00 2001
Posted by Lois Fulton
Grade level: undergrad
School: Metro State College of Denver
City: Denver State/Province: CO
Area of science: Astronomy
Based on determining of what and how much of it the atmospheres/cores of the
planets are made of, I would like to determine a general vibratory rate of the
planet. Have there been any fourier-type analyses of the electromagnetic
spectrums reflecting off of the planets?
Re: Do the elements have calculable/specific vibratory rates?
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