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As you enter this discovery path you see Clio (a Muse!). She is busy telling a group of visitors about the history of music. In the distance you can see a Giant Pan Pipe, a Giant Tuning Fork, a picnic table with music boxes on top, what looks like a huge Slinky hanging between two oak trees, and various sized ropes strung out like clothslines. The faint sound of wind chimes can be heard (29") like rustling leaves.
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Sound and its vibrations are a small part of the electromagnetic spectrum. Light, x-rays, radio waves, and sound are all part of this spectrum. What makes these vibrations significant to humans is the speed at which they move. Our ears hear in the range of 20 to 20,000 vibrations per second. Light, x-rays, and radio waves all vibrate at much faster rates so we can't hear them, but we can see light, see the effects of x-rays, and hear the effects of radio waves.
Can you imagine what it would be like if we could see or hear all of these vibrations?
"Life in its manifestation is vibration.
– Edgar Cayce
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