Fractal geometry of music

Abstract   Music critics have compared Bach’s music to the precision of mathematics. What “mathematics” and what “precision” are the questions for a curious scientist. The purpose of this short note is to suggest that the mathematics is, at least in part, Mandelbrot’s fractal geometry and the precision is the deviation from a log-log linear … Read more

Music is Math in Action

Marty Leeds has been writing songs and poetry for over 18 years and has had an interest in everything from philosophy, to esoterica, mathematics and the sciences. He was born and raised in southern Wisconsin and has lived in Washington, Oregon and Colorado. Marty returns to Red Ice Radio to discuss “mathemagics,” Gematria and the … Read more

Some Solid (Three-dimensional) Geometrical Facts about the Golden Section

Having looked at the flat geometry (two dimensional) of the number Phi, we now find it in the most symmetrical of the three-dimensional solids – the Platonic Solids. The five regular solids (where “regular” means all sides are equal and all angles are the same and all the faces are identical) are called the five … Read more

Musical Pillars, Ancient Knot How-tos — Decoding the SECRET OF NAGAS | Lost Technology Hidden in Ancient Temples | Praveen Mohan

Hey guys, in this video, I am going to decode some strange information about ancient technology, I have been researching this quietly for many years and gathering this data from several ancient temples of India. Let us take a look at this carving: What do you see? Two spectacularly intertwined snakes to create a mystical … Read more

Deep, Broad Connections of 432 Hz — Sonic Geometry: The Language of Frequency and Form Here is a sound-focused parallel to Scott Onstadt’s amazing SECRETS IN PLAIN SIGHT masterpiece. Throughout history, numerous clues and hints regarding geometry and frequency have been staring at us, calling to us, and waiting for us to put them into place like pieces of a giant puzzle. Here at the dawn of a new … Read more

Bio Geometry Overview, Dr. Robert Gilbert

How geometric forms affect life functions. part 1 of 2 part 2 of 2 Published on Jun 6, 2013 An excellent overview by Dr. Gilbert on BioGeometry — from the Special Topics conference in Asheville, NC, November 2012. Another video w/ Gilbert