What Did Einstein Say about Imagination

True sign of intelligence is imagination – Einstein.  In fact, he believed that imagination was far more valuable than either intelligence or knowledge. Based on that idea, writing a book becomes one of the most challenging and yet satisfying experiences that one can have. Imagination is an imperative.  It was a fertile imagination that fueled the fires of curiosity years ago when I started thinking about  music and creation.  And it is imagination that will permit readers to follow the path of logic I shall present.  Can you—will you imagine—-?

Writing God’s Song, my first book about creation, has given me a perfect platform for the imaginative exploration of truth in music.  And, that exploration has led to un-numbered other discoveries in science, language, theology. It has even provided a way to find new truths about music itself. My imaginative quest for truth in music has led me to ask an elusive question: Are we made of music? This is an elusive question. Just engage your imagination!  If we connect the dots between science, language, theology and music, the connection becomes a powerful path of logic. It makes it possible to understand that if science is right, and it is vibrating energy that holds the universe together, the next logical step is—–We Are Music!    Music IS vibrating energy!  Maybe Einstein knew something we have missed: True Sign of Intelligence Is Imagination.

In Your Imagination Consider: Are We Music?

Micho Kaku, co-founder of string field theory and authority on quantum mechanics, immediately saw the relevance of musical elements in nature.  In teaching the wonders of string theory back in the 20th century.  Freddie Ravel, noted speaker and blogger, exhibited great imagination in writing  about Kaku’s work:  “We now, for the first time in history have a candidate for the mind of God. It is, cosmic music resonating through 11 dimensional hyperspace. We are nothing but melodies. We are nothing but cosmic music played out on vibrating strings and membranes. Obeying the laws of physics, which is nothing but the laws of harmony of vibrating strings.”   WE Are Music and  science is beginning to confirm  that idea.   Kaku and Ravel both exhibit extraordinary intelligence through their imaginations.  Their imaginations give them a rare concept of things that are otherwise evasive.

 http://www.freddieravel.com/dr-michio-kaku-music-applied-physics/ 

How fascinating that the world is beginning to see and understand the relationship that exists between music and the physics and scientific laws of our world.    Indeed, “Hello, World!”

Imagination, Intelligence and Knowledge At Work

The relatively new science, cymatics, unrecognized as it yet is, is making profound statements and offering proof of them in a most undeniable way.  They say that “without sound, the universe would collapse.”   That is an astounding claim, but they can back it up almost completely and conclusively, by photographing the results of feeding frequencies into the cymascope and producing the consistent shapes that the particular vibrations produce.  They make the statement: “Vibration underpins all matter in the universe.  No matter can exist without vibration.”  And, of course, sound is audible vibration—-the essence of music.

Here again, we see imagination giving credence to inherent intelligence.  The natural outcome is the rapid growth of knowledge.  Einstein: True Sign of Intelligence: Imaginaton.

It took immense imagination, underpinned with intelligence and great knowledge of the physics of sound, to enable this group of scientists from the UK, Denmark and the United States to connect the  dots in their research.  They started with an idea from the great German scientist Ernst Chladni in the mid-18th century.  Chladni noted that he could make sand or salt dance into various uniform shapes simply by bowing a cello bow over the edge of a copper plate.  John Stuart Reid and his colleagues have expanded this into a complete theory of sound and vibration as as a creative force. They took Einstein’s question to heart, What Did Einstein Say about Imagination, and ran with it.    https://www.cymascope.com/cymascope.html

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