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Sonic Vibrations

However, the 19th Century molecular biologist, Louis Pasteur, familiar with Kant’s upgrading of Plato’s thought-form reality observed that living geometrical dots under his microscope were being formed by obeying asymmetrical, electromagnetic instructions. The shape of non-living

symmetrical dots of the same substance created different crystalline patterns, which were considered aesthetically pleasing rather than being toxic in nature. In 1857 Pasteur declared that the movement of the Earth induced asymmetrical life endowed with optical activity in concert with a completely asymmetrical living universe (Dubos, J. 1950).