- Jun 25, 2010
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- On the way to the Dark Tower.
Great Gaea's gargantuan gazongas, but you're a moron.I don't what at all ever. Next, along with lying or just making shit up, I can now add changing the subject to your list. Oh the things fools come up with. Here it is skippy. What I started out with was the possibility of using a sonic resonant frequency to break the molecular bond of H2O. Now, (though not for the first time) you are bringing fucking concert PA systems into the discussion. Just how high are you. What in the hell makes you think it would take that kind of power to break the molecular bond of H2O with the proper resonant frequency."But when you have a car stereo capacitor that hods the energy of 180,000 watts, then what."I never said you could. But when you have a car stereo capacitor that hods the energy of 180,000 watts, then what. Next, you probably remember me saying that the H2O molecule itself probably has a sonic resonant frequency that will disrupt its molecular bonds. That in turn would likely be something above 20 khz. So obviously you couldn't use a car stereo to provide the frequency. Next, of course I know the difference between sonic and electromagnetic. I was just making a statement about high frequencies. And just so you know, you wouldn't feel radio waves either. And they have a very long sine wave. Electromagnetic though they may be. Though I just want to break the molecular bond of H2O. Not the atoms themselves. So care if I keep going? Too bad. I will anyway.You can't get more energy out of a capacitor than you put in it, either.The stereos themselves have capacitors in them. Do they not? Do you hook up a car stereo before or after the fuse box. Next, tell me moron, what if I zap you with a UV laser. They operate at very high frequencies. How much air do they move. Also, I could hit you with a sonic frequency so high that you wouldn't even hear or feel it. How much air is it moving. What you are dealing with isn't moving air. What you are dealing with is atoms exchanging energy.Car stereo guy was absolutely wrong. Capacitors don't come after the fuse box. And sound energy, regardless of the frequency, IS moving air.
You should stop writing what you write. Obviously you don't have the intelligence for it.
And a car stereo isn't going to go any higher than 20 kiloHertz, the upper limit of human auditory response.
As for your ridiculous use of the UV laser example, the means of energy transmission is key. Audio is moving air, no matter the frequency. Light is electromagnetic radiation, no matter the frequency.
You really should stop.
You don't. At all. Ever.
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And you claim a car stereo can output over ten times the power required for heavy metal band in a stadium?
- Rock music at a small outdoor festival (50 feet from speaker to audience): At least 1,000 to 3,000 W
- Rock or heavy metal music in a stadium, arena or ampitheater (100 to 300 feet from speaker to audience): At least 4,000 to 15,000 W
You really should stop now. But you do you, Skippy.
I have heard of singers who could break a glass using only their voice. Just a car stereo can get a hell of a lot louder than any human voice could. And definitely at a hell of a lot higher frequency than any human could produce. We are talking about the range of bat communication. If not higher. In the stereo speakers I built, I use piezoelectric tweeters. Their frequency goes up to 30 to 40 khz. And if I remember right, they are around 95 decibels at one watt at one meter. Which is pretty loud. And no doubt science has the ability to reproduce even higher frequencies.
What do you think a concert PA is, but a large-scale car audio system?
You know what, forget it. Reality just can't hammer its way into your head.