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Music and Physics

Application of Music to Physics.

Music’s impact is felt in many aspects of life such as education, health and other basic day to day interactions. Researchers have found that music has an effect on your mood and has been proven to work as a form of therapy to improve mental health. Today, Music is seen as the application of leading-edge theoretical Physics due to words by a famous physicist, Dr. Michio Kaku.

Dr. Michio Kaku on Music and Physics

You could be familiar with one of our generation’s great physicists, Dr. Michio Kaku. Physicists came up with the String Theory in an attempt to pick up where Albert Einstein left off while trying to find the ‘theory of everything’. Dr. Michio Kaku is a part of this research having co-founded String field theory which is a branch of string theory.

The String theory combines Einstein’s theory of General Relativity and his Quantum Mechanics by assuming that there are many universes and dimensions beyond the ones that we know is known as multiverses.

Dr. Kaku stated recently that the latest version of string theory is known as ‘M Theory’, M standing for membrane. He now realizes that strings can coexist with membranes meaning the subatomic particles such as electrons and the quartz are just musical notes on a tiny vibrating string.

Dr. Kaku defined Physics as laws of harmony that can be written on vibrating strings. He termed chemistry as just melodies that can be played on interacting vibrating strings. In order to completely understand, he defined the universe as a symphony of vibrating strings. He also wondered about the mind of God that Albert Einstein wrote about for almost 30 years of his life. He terms the goal of physics to be finding one short equation that would be able to unify all the forces of nature allowing us to really read the mind of God.

Finally, according to Dr. Kaku for the first time in a long time, there is a candidate for the mind of God. The mind of God he believes is cosmic music resonating through 11-dimensional hyperspace. Dr. Kaku sees humans as melodies being played out on membranes and vibrating strings. He concludes that God is a mathematician and says the laws of physics are nothing but the laws of harmony on vibrating strings.


A relatively new science known as Cymatics, though still unrecognized is making profound statements and offering evidence of how music is connected to the universe. They say that the universe would collapse without sound. This is a shocking claim, but they can defend these statements completely without leaving any room for doubt. This is done by photographing the results they get from feeding frequencies into the cymascope and producing the consistent shapes that the vibrations produced. They argue that vibration underpins all matter in the universe and no matter can exist without vibration. This is in line with the logic that sound is audible vibration which is the essence of music.

Humans are music and science is finally starting to confirm this idea.

Understanding this concept of physics with music, we at Pianoplane crafted our method meticulously to inculcate the magical way of music learning into helping your child harmonize well with everyone around and have a fun time with his childhood. Contact us at 84443702 to understand more and we will be very happy to assist you with any inquires. See you soon!

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