We all vibrate (resonate) to different frequencies (hertz) in space and time.
They are our frequency signatures that move consciousness through the illusion.
Heliopause Electrostatic Rapid Transit System (HERTS)APOD - April 16, 2016
Want to take a fast trip to the edge of the Solar System? I would love it! Then consider a ride on a Heliopause Electrostatic Rapid Transit System (HERTS). The concept is currently being tested and it might take only 10 to 15 years to make the trip of over 100 Astronomical Units (15 billion kilometers). That's fast compared to the 35 years it took Voyager 1, presently humanity's most distant spacecraft, to approach the heliopause or outer boundary of the influence of the solar wind. HERTS would use an advanced electric solar sail that works by extending multiple, 20 kilometer or so long, 1 millimeter thin, positively charged wires from a rotating spacecraft. The electrostatic force generated repels fast moving solar wind protons to create thrust. Compared to a reflective solar light sail, another propellantless deep space propulsion system, the electric solar wind sail could continue to accelerate at greater distances from the Sun, still developing thrust as it cruised toward the outer planets.
The word HERTS should not be confused with Hertz (Hz) the unit of frequency in the International System of Units (SI) defined as one cycle per second. It is named for Heinrich Hertz, the first person to provide conclusive proof of the existence of electromagnetic waves. One of the unit's most common uses is in the description of sine waves and musical tones, particularly those used in radio and other audio-related applications. It is also used to describe the speeds at which computers and other electronics are driven.
In metaphysics, different frequencies (measured in hertz), are used to heal. We also learn that everything is created by the frequencies of sound, light, and color.
Then there's the word "Hurts" referring to pain - emotional and/or physical. As an emotion-based experiment - most of us experience hurt in its various forms during our experiences here starting at the moment of birth when we react to that first "slap" as our consciousness begins to ground in this reality.
The magnitude scale for measuring the size of an earthquake is based on the amplitude (not intensity) of a seismic wave measured at a certain wave period (in seconds) or frequency (in hertz). Read more
Japan earthquakes: Dozens killed, region 'swaying every hour' CNN - April 16, 2016
After a series of powerful earthquakes hit Japan's Kyushu region, residents are grappling with aftershocks as emergency crews scramble to rescue survivors trapped under rubble. At least 23 people died in the latest Kyushu earthquake, according to Kumamoto Prefecture's disaster management office. The 7.0-magnitude quake hit early Saturday local time.