Everything resonates at a certain frequency, from Tuning Forks to buildings to the Earth itself. When a resonant frequency of a particular object is hit, that object with vibrate in sympathy with that frequency. If the frequency is of a high enough amplitude, the vibrations will cause an object to eventually disintegrate.
So the answer is YES, if a singer (well trained) directs all of the sound energy through their vocal chords at a piece of crystal and they are singing at the PRECISE frequency that the crystal resonates at, the glass will indeed break. I've seen it with my own eyes.
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yes, it doesn't even need to be an opera singer and the note doesnt have to be very high either, i saw a video of a guy break glass on mythbusters once.
Singing is a sound, which is studied in Physics.Singing uses a diatonic or a chromatic scale which we think pleasant, but other folk with different cultures have different ideas about the beauty of singing. So that part of singing is not physics - it is culture.
it depends on the crystal as well as how small the piece is.
The difference between a uniaxial and a biaxial crystal is that a uniaxial crystal has 1 optic axes, while a biaxial crystal has 2 optic axes.
Singing causes air to vibrate. if the vibration is at the resonant frequency of the glass crystal structure, the structure absorbs the singing Energy. If the singing is intensity is high enough and at the resonance frequency, the crsytal bounds will break and break the glass.
Ebay is a good place to buy a crystal singing bowl either new or used. Amazon and Walmart also sell them and one can purchase directly from the Crystal Singing Bowl website.
Crystal. Waters has written: 'Song' -- subject(s): Singing
Crystal singing bowls can be found at many boutique type stores around the country. They also can be found on websites online, many of which specialize in making them.
He never took a break from singing, he continued to release albums. He did take a break from touring for 12 years.
There is no Brick Break in crystal version since it is a Gen II game and Brick Break was Introduced in Gen III
Crystal Singing Bowls are expensive. You can purchase one for as low as one hundred dollars, however, if you purchase a set of bowls it can cost up to fifteen hundred dollars.
the singer is laye andreone
The break follows the crystal structure.