"Sound" Bubbles

"Sound" Bubbles

Bubbles are everywhere. Open a soft drink can and you get bubbles from the pressurized gas. Know how to from a ball of bubble gums in your mouth, fill it with exhale air and you form bubbles. Watch the stock market where prices of certain stocks rise very sharply and you have a bubble. Wash your hands with soap and soon you have soap bubbles forming by trapping pockets of gas in the liquid or solid soap.

You may notice the formation of bubbles in trees. This is because bacteria reside in cracks or damaged parts of the tree and fermentation releases carbon dioxide gas, which in the process bubbles form. The release of gas bubbles pressurizes the tree forcing sap out of the tree. This wets the tree and becomes vulnerable to more attacks by bacteria which convert the sap to alcohol. Insects love alcohol and including bees. What starts as a bubble ends in drunken insects. Trees that are exposed to stress such as drought stress are more prone to showing bubble foams. By the same token, employees who are exposed to drought environment are at the risk of "foaming" out there stress and in the process get their "sap" out and be vulnerable to attacks by the bacteria of negative thoughts. Bubbles are signs of internal stress and we need to watch out for bubbly actions.

"Sound" Bubbles

Bubbles may indicate self-cleaning. Look at oak tree in the rain and how they form foams. Oak trees have soap-like materials in their sap. Oak tree invented soap before we did. Foam on the trunk of some trees is a sign of stress; on some trees same foam is a sign of self-cleaning. Some fluffy plants have a foamy structure and they trap air in between the cells of the foam. It strikes me how plants don't cry for help. They show signs that they need help. They don't rush for doctors whenever they run into a crisis. They try self-help first. It is self-healing from within that we need to do more.

We started to observe the formation of social bubbles. When two bubbles cross paths, both of them show curvature because of the internal pressure in each bubble. Do we live in a similar situation when we for social bubbles? If we stream live some events, namely politically charged ones, we see rapid buildup of sentiments and the formation of "emotional spikes". Soon the bursting of these spikes lead to bubbling and I wonder if these bubbles cause curvature upon hitting each other and if what we observe is curved too? We shouldn't also forget about the formation of information bubbles. Our behaviors show polarity to information and increasing dependence on selected information from favored social platforms. Where this polarity of information would would lead us? We can see the effect such as the Arab Spring where masses pooled together causing havoc in the region. Are information bubbles the new time bomb?

There is more about bubbles and frothy structures. Recent findings claim that sound travels in bubbles and not in waves. This information revealed upon printing the invisible vibrations of sand on very pure water. The waves of sounds are spherical bubbles. Sound travels in bubbles and not in waves. If true, we have a huge task awaiting us to understand bubbles even more. No matter what the sound source is it travels in bubbles. Bubbles of sound are like soap bubbles if two bubbles hit each other we notice their curvature and each collision transferring voice vibrations to the nearest atom or molecule. I wonder if this "sounds" interesting even though it negates what we know about sound.


Bubbles are not only fascinating in the light colors they exhibit; even more in their diversity of applications. Can you hear my spherical sound bubbles?


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Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#18
I am much obliged and grateful to you dear Jeet Sarkar for writing such an encouraging comment

Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#16
Your comment amazes me dear . I have just formed a correlation between sound dunes and sounds fro other sources. I shall share my thoughts soon. What amazes me most is that we get sound from sand dunes in very hot summers and not in winter, which makes it difficult to visualize the role of water. It is an intriguing issue. If sound ravels in bubbles then what bubbles come from sand dunes? Truly, we know little.

Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

debasish majumder accepted my challenge and wrote a beautiful poem 'amazing Sound". https://www.bebee.com/producer/@debasish-majumder/amazing-sound I am so happy this buzz contributed to the inspiration of debasish

Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

One question that erupted in my mind is if singing sand dunes make sounds in bubbles. All explanations of why some sand dunes which make varying sounds are based on sound waves and their behavior. It would be interesting to investigate sounds coming from the sand dunes.

Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#5
Vincent Andrew- I promised to provide you with a more detailed info on sound waves. Here it is: https://www.cymascope.com/cyma_research/physics.html

Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#10
I am all smiles dear Sara Jacobovici because you are too on a "roll". Your comment is so profound and deep as it reflects exactly why I published this buzz. I loved so much your idea "do people in stress show these bubbling signs beyond perhaps perspiration beads or tension in the sound of their voices, but actually displaying a unique form of "bubbling"? Definitely worth the exploration". That is an advanced thinking. Yes, as plants send signals of stress we too may be sending them without paying attention to their source or causes. It is surely worthy of exploration and I have very little doubt that a marked discovery shall not emerge. Your connection to the black hole bubble s outstanding. I am going to visit the link before dwelling more on your great comment. I have commented on your shared version and loved it. It is not only soap bubbles; there is so much more to know.

Sara Jacobovici

Sara Jacobovici

4 years ago #6

Wow! I just shared this on my hive Boggle's the Mind because, dear Ali Anani that's what your Buzz has done; it has boggled my mind! First, you made me start to "see" behaviour from a "bubbling" process; do people in stress show these bubbling signs beyond perhaps perspiration beads or tension in the sound of their voices, but actually displaying a unique form of "bubbling"? Definitely worth the exploration. Then you went into providing us with the information about sound bubbles that demands a new mindset in understanding how sound is produced and how we hear sound. Now I am going to leap; what if black holes are not holes but bubbles in space? Remember the recent discovery of Einstein's gravitational waves being "heard"? Is it more accurate to discuss them as gravitational "bubbles"? I want to share the following link which I just came across. It is not a bubble so much as a drop, a drop of water. But what it contains and how it is described made me think that there may be a connection with the spherical shape. http://www.jpost.com/Business-and-Innovation/Health-and-Science/Measuring-oceans-of-activity-in-one-drop-of-water-466197 Bravo Dr. Ali. You are definitely on a "roll".

Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#8
I know you well by now dear debasish majumder and a "spherical" poem is on sight

Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#5
What moved you is simply what moved me. Infra red travels in our bodies as well to give signals that our bodies are hot or cold. SOund may be regulating our lives.

Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

What moved you is simply what moved me. Infra red travels in our bodies as well to give signals that our bodies are hot or cold. SOund may be regulating our lives.

Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#2
where cleansing of mental fatigues being nicely washed away with a soothing symphony!- the wonderful scientific poet debasish majumder. I love this quote from your comment

Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#1
Thank you vincent- I watched a more explanatory video. I shall try to find the link. Meanwhile, you shall find much more information if you click the link in the post. I plan to write a dedicated buzz on this soon should there be enough interest. However; I extract this explanation: You create infrared light even when you speak. The atoms and molecules in the air are excited by the vocal folds in your larynx, creating a tiny pearl of acoustic energy that rapidly expands out of your mouth and rushes away at around 700 miles an hour. The atoms and molecules of air within this expanding bubble are bumping into each other, each collision transferring your voice vibrations to the nearest atom or molecule. As these โ€˜bumps' occur they cause infrared light to be created due to the friction between the magnetic shells of the air particles. The infrared light carries with it the modulations of your voice that rush away at the incredible speed of 186,000 miles per second. Unlike the sound of a voice, which becomes inaudible after about one mile, the infrared light created by your voice rushes out into space where it travels for eternity, carrying your words or songs to the star

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