Re: another not-April Fool's-post...

Diego A. Mayer-Cantu (
Mon, 29 Mar 1999 00:41:49 -0500 (EST)

why would *all* molecules resonate between 20Hz and 20kHz? After all, there are many other possible frequencies. Also, I find it very hard to believe that every permutational form of matter lies between that spectrum, or the difference in frequencies may be too precise to replicate correctly. If the frequency was 30.00000Hz for HNO3, and 30.00001Hz for HPO3, how could he expect to record and reproduce sounds to that degree of precision? Also, wouldnt this proposition mean that any reproduction of sounds may have a potentially dangerous effect? Certainly much more random events would be occuring in everyday life.

the whole thing smells like a joke to me :P~