Sep 182010

The Wave View of the Human Body is the next most complex theoretical model of the human body after The Rectangle View of the Human Body. A wave is a straight linear fiber that has had it’s shape changed by adding curves of alternating amplitude to it.

This picture shows a simple straight line fiber.

The next picture shows a wave. The straight line has been changed so it alternately curves upwards and downwards.

According to Happeh Theory, the human body is based on and influenced by waves. The most common example of a wave might be an ocean wave. For the purposes of Happeh Theory, a scientific example and description of a wave is needed. This picture shows what a wave looks like on a scientific instrument called an oscilloscope.

An oscilloscope is designed to provide visual representations of electrical waves. As can be seen in the next picture, a wave travels both upwards and downwards.

The part of the wave above the baseline is exactly the same as the part of the wave below the baseline.

A wave is commonly described in cycles. A cycle is one upwards and one downwards section of the wave as highlighted in this picture.

There are three variables that determine the characteristics of a wave. The amplitude of a wave is the strength of the wave. Amplitude is measured from the baseline to the top or bottom peak of a wave.

Wavelength, as the name implies, measures the length of one cycle of the wave.

Frequency is a measure of the number of waves that pass a certain point in a certain amount of time. For example, the frequency of household electrical current is 60 cycles per second.

The video began by stating that the human body is based on and influenced by waves. Here is a comparison picture between a wave and a human body.

It may appear that the human body does not show any resemblance to a wave. That is not true though.There is obvious evidence that the human body is related to waves in the picture.

Here is a three view picture of a human being that shows the front, side and rear views of the body.

The front view shows that the side of the legs and the torso both have a wave shape to them.

The side view picture shows that the back of the legs and the back of the torso have a wave shape to them.

The rear view of the picture makes it possible to highlight the wave shape of the arm in the rear view.

The previous pictures prove the statement “The human body is influenced by waves”, is a true statement.

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