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Page 38 | Abby's Magazine - Frequency Matters! Remember the universe and the human body is primarily a holographic field of energy, informa on, and secondly physical. Frequency is a carrier of both energy (E = hv) and informa on (interference pa erns, phase rela ons, holograms, etc.) The science of energy medicine is becoming more, and more about frequency, and less about intensity as the science of homeopathy, radionics, and PEMF is showing. Intensity is a li le easier to understand as it's just the strength, amplitude of dosage of something (or the amount). Frequency is a li le more complex, but it's crucial to understanding energy medicine and PEMF therapy so we'll carefully define it. So, What is Frequency? Think of frequency in terms of waves. Frequency describes the number of waves (or cycles) that pass a fixed place in any given amount of me. If 10 waves pass through a fixed point in one second, the frequency would be 10 cycles/second or 10 Hz. Usually frequency is measured in the hertz unit, named in honor of the 19th century German physicist Heinrich Rudolf Hertz. The hertz measurement, abbreviated Hz, is the number of waves that pass by per second, or the cycles per second, or number of oscilla ons per second. For example, an "A" note on a violin string vibrates at 440 Hz (440 vibra ons per second). Frequency is an abstract mathema cal concept that applies to many physical phenomenon. Waves of water are a visual way to see frequency. If there are a large number of waves in a compact area, that would be considered a high frequency rela ve to a small number of waves. Sound waves are another type of frequency. A low frequency sound wave is your bass or low tones, whereas a high frequency sound is the treble or high pitch. On an interes ng side-note, the human ear can pick up frequencies from around 20 Hz – 20,000 Hz (20 cycles per second to 20,000). Dogs can hear a higher pitch than the human ear can detect. The Electromagnetic Spectrum The most important applica on of frequency is electromagne c spectrum. The mysterious and vitally important photon is the force-carrying par cle behind ALL electromagne c interac ons. The photon carries or transmits all the "force" responsible for electrical interac ons between charged par cles. These are mainly the electron and proton in our everyday world. All forces Frequency Matters! The Key to Understanding PEMF) The Key to Understanding PEMF

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