Emerald City Productions

exotic particles

Particle physics and music-how CAN you interpret ‘particles performance’ into music that conveys accurately or non accurately, their status and movement? What an ask! Still I like having a go……

Do other complex worlds just as complex as our own exist in other dimensions co-existing alongside us and can we capture the nuances of these parallel Universes??  They have been postulated to exist by a few scientists, and if that is so, can we pick up their harmonies??

According to physics, the Sub-Atomic World is so complex they call it ‘Exotic’ because of the complexity, beauty, and non-conformance to standard equations.  They are having to build a new mathematical language and ‘archtiecture’ to understand the workings.  What would the music of these ‘worlds’ sound like if they exist?  Scientists say there are 11 to 13 dimensions known to exist-how do these sound?  How does the music of ‘paralell dimensions’ interact with our music?  Interesting question.  Currently, I am writing pieces for an Electronic EP, and the current piece takes a regular but beautiful ‘Glass Bells’ sounds, with other sound creating harmonies.  Then, there are sounds created by mashing pianos that sounds like particles ‘spinning off’ at speed.

This is only a light ‘go’ at this time as there are various other idea’s also claiming thinking time…..

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LHC-large Hadron Collider….

by Paul on November 26, 2009

in General, Science

Hi All,

Great news-the LHC has started back up and is smashing Protons-even though it is at low energy.  It proves the great Detectors work and the whole machine is basically functional withe beams traveling in opposite directions.  At these low energies, we wont get exotic particles like the  proposed higgs-Boson, until the great machine is ramped up gradually to the final operating voltage.  However the last few days have been great days for Physics!

The energies will be ramped up in stages to achieve a final operating voltage, where we can begin to expect collisions that produce the particles we would expect to see just a few milliseconds after the big-bang!  When this is achieved,  hope to produce rare particles that exist for only a fraction of a second, and that produce that elusive so called God particle!

This particle the Higgs-Boson, is supposed to be related to gravity-the great unknown force in the Universe.  Once this is discovered/proved, then they may be able to understand how matter is ‘held together’ in a manner so elusive.  Currently they think this may be in an all pervasive field throughout the whole Universe!    Lets look forward to the future and all it contains………..

Personally, I am exploring some of these topics through music which you can access through this site…..