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Objects will vibrate more strongly at certain frequencies


Living human cells have resonant frequencies – rates at which they will naturally oscillate if the conditions are right. This has been suspected for decades, but researchers have now measured what some of those frequencies are.

When an object vibrates, the rate at which it moves back and forth has a big effect. At many frequencies, the object will only vibrate a little or quickly diminish, but at its resonant frequencies the size of the vibration becomes large.

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