Everything that is, vibrates on a particular frequency; even down to the strings in particle physics, everything is vibrating. Vibrations of course create sound that can only be detected with the proper listening apparatus. Recently scientists at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in California were able to listen to the recorded voice of Thomas Edison. Recording on what was to become known as the phonograph, Edison was able to speak some eighty plus years into the future, to anyone that could hear him. Although they’d had it for some time these scientists had to develop a 3-D optical technology that scans surfaces and then converts them into digital audio files before they were able to hear what had been recorded.
There is a sea of waves surrounding us at all times, sound waves, radio waves, microwaves and many more. However, we can only pick up on these waves, again, with the proper device.
We come equipped with our very own receiver, amp and transmitters; they go by, outer, middle and inner ear. The outer ear receives vibrations, the middle ear amplifies and converts them into nerve impulses and the inner ear transmits the signal to the brain by way of electric current. Now, we’ve all heard the saying that you are what you eat, well everything that you experience is a form of knowledge and knowledge is ‘food’ for thought. So, what goes in is what comes out or you become what has been suggested to you. If you’ve ever wondered why all of our music is starting to sound the same, it’s because everyone is starting to listen to the same music.
If you think about it, everything revolves around words, dialogue or Language and the Art of it. That seems to be why (in my opinion) we have two ears and one mouth; we should do twice as much listening as we do talking. It’s also funny that you can find the word silent in the word listen. (ha) Listen simply means to tune into or pay attention to a particular frequency.
So, how does this make God a Radio? Well, there is a scripture in a book I read once that says: In the beginning was the word… now I’m not sure how this relates to this place we live being called the uni(one)- verse(collection of words) but I’m guessing it’s probably relevant. It goes on to say, “The Word was with God and the Word was God. Once you’ve put all the pieces together, you’ll see that we’re all mobile loud speakers. Even when you go to church, an event of you go to listen to a….’speaker’. Whatever you’re continually talking about is the station that you’re tuned into.
So, the next time someone tells you that they don’t believe in God, tell them it’s because they don’t have the proper listening device. Instead of looking for God, you should be listening for him….
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- Sound recordings amend history (cnn.com)
- Earliest recorded music (boingboing.net)
- Confusing words: listen x hear (carolinadavilaenglish.wordpress.com)