String Theory, Matter and the Aka Dua
Subtle Physical Substance
The traditional description of the Aka Dua is that it is not just an energy, it is a Subtle Physical Substance. When I first heard this from Koyote I remember thinking "What the heck does THAT mean?"
With a strong background in physics and engineering, and already having been working on modern-physics-based models of Qi and acupuncture meridians, I set about to figure it out.
My eventual conclusion is that the answer lies in two physics principles: Resonance and String Theory. A short, miniscule definition of String Theory is given at the right. In this theory, the Strings which compose quarks which in turn compose neutrons and protons which, combined with electrons, compose matter, appear to be the smallest, most fundamental unit, or building block, of "physical" matter (keeping in mind that Relativity tells us that matter and energy are equivalent and interchangeable).
Through the principle of Resonance, the frequencies at which the strings which make up our physical matter vibrate, will have a natural resonance with frequencies that are one octave higher or lower. It is the one octave higher that we are interested in.
It is my theory that the subtle physical substance of the Aka Dua is composed of Resonant Strings vibrating at frequencies one octave above the frequencies of "normal" physical matter.
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String Theory Basics
Most of us learned by the time we were in high school that our physical matter was composed of electrons, protons and neutrons. These combine in various ways to produce atoms and then molecules which compose the physical matter we see around us.
Usually, it is only those rare, crazy people who go on to major in physics in college who ever are exposed to Modern Physics principles which show that this simplified model of matter is incomplete. To understand the full model requires a certain level of exposure to Relativity and Quantum Mechanics.
Very simply, Quantum Mechanics states that some natural phenomena which were previously assumed to have any possible value, are constrained to occur only at a small set of discrete values. Most important for our discussion is the"orbits" of electrons around the nucleus of atoms.
Relativity meanwhile, states that at the extremes of size (from our point of view in the universe), conventional physics breaks down. When structures are very large and/or very dense (stars and galaxies) or very small (atoms or sub-atomic particles) there is a new set of laws that must be invoked to explain the behavior of light and matter.
These principles were fairly well explained during the first quarter of the 20th century, about 100 years ago now.
Later during the 20th, several physicists examined what would happen when principles of Relativity were combined with Principles of Quantum Mechanics - which we know must be happening, since all the laws of physics apply all the time - and the result was something called String Theory, which has now morphed into an updated version called M-Theory. These theories describe a fundamental structure of "matter", called Strings, which based on the frequency they naturally vibrate at, will combine to produce our physical matter.