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I am starting this thread with an observation and three questions. I post this only as a starting point. I would appreciate any comment on the search for a unified theory. I am an amateur physicist at best, yet it often seems as though the scientific world over complicates the search for simplicity.

My observation:

There appears at first glance to be a correlation between uniform circular motion: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Degree-Radian_Conversion.svg the color wheel http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:RGV_color_wheel_1908.png, and one octave of the western music scale(placed around the circle) when examining each layered on the other.

Question 1:

Is there a mathematical correlation which reveals itself upon examining the chart linked above, layered over a color wheel, layered over notes placed around a circle?

Question 2:

When notes are placed linear with bass to the left and treble to the right is there a point of "lowest bass" or "highest treble"? Also, When colors are placed linear with red to the left and blue to the right...?

I ask this as a visualization exercise, it is a question that leads into other questions like, what is the lowest bass you can find? What is the highest treble known? How far can something be red shifted? How far blue shifted?

Question 3:

After considering the first two questions, is there in turn a correlation to quantum string theory? A question that helps to answer this is, are strings intrinsically matter? Are strings intrinsically energy?

My observation:

There appears at first glance to be a correlation between uniform circular motion: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Degree-Radian_Conversion.svg the color wheel http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:RGV_color_wheel_1908.png, and one octave of the western music scale(placed around the circle) when examining each layered on the other.

Question 1:

Is there a mathematical correlation which reveals itself upon examining the chart linked above, layered over a color wheel, layered over notes placed around a circle?

Question 2:

When notes are placed linear with bass to the left and treble to the right is there a point of "lowest bass" or "highest treble"? Also, When colors are placed linear with red to the left and blue to the right...?

I ask this as a visualization exercise, it is a question that leads into other questions like, what is the lowest bass you can find? What is the highest treble known? How far can something be red shifted? How far blue shifted?

Question 3:

After considering the first two questions, is there in turn a correlation to quantum string theory? A question that helps to answer this is, are strings intrinsically matter? Are strings intrinsically energy?

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