Before we begin, recall the simple formulas;(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

for reference see http://eosweb.larc.nasa.gov/EDDOCS/wavelength.html [Broken]

Velocity / Wave Length = Frequency (Hertz)

Speed of the wave = Frequency x Wavelength

Wavelength = Speed of the wave / Frequency

AND Where

TIME is the RECIPROCAL of ENERGY

as

SPACE is the RECIPROCAL of MATTER

An obvious relationship exists between time and space

So

IF A = Rife frequency (1.) and

B = Rife frequency (2.)

where both A and B are unique, individual frequencies;

if we perform the following;

C = SQRT ( A * B )

Then 'C' simply represents the root of the product of the two frequencies

HOWEVER

X = 1 / SQRT ( A * B )

Then ' X ' must actually represent some form of ENERGY domain or equivalency

BUT, if we change this scenario just slightly so that

IF A = Rife frequency (1.) and

E = Phase

where A is an individual frequency and where E is a given Phase of A;

D = ( A * E )

D = Amplitude

So

Y = 1 / SQRT ( D )

If wave length corresponds to the span of space traversed over that time period, hence the completely different units of measure used to describe each, i.e.;

And if Wave amplitude describes a span of time.

Here, then does Y equate to a SPATIAL domain or equivalency, i.e. a derivative of wavelength???!!! IF so what would 'Y', BE exactly!!!!

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