Did you notice how obnoxious some parts of that music were? The timing of the thumps?<quoted text>
That's great, I don't know how you find these.
Radio waves are the longest, and Gamma waves are the shortest.
That's what I learned.
I just wonder what it is that makes people think up a song like that.
Those are waves.
Waves are misleading as a description. When you see them represented those are visual math representations from the side view.
Pulses is a better description of them. Pulses that can rattle your teeth.
It is like looking at the waves coming into the beach from the side versus being in the water and getting smacked hard by one passing over you. In reality they all hit you. They also come in something called wave shapes. Those nice smooth undulating sine waves you normally see pictured are fairly rare in nature. The strength can change rapidly during a pulse. You can have a nice smooth rise that suddenly becomes a brick wall. You can have one hitting you like a brick wall. They take on all sorts of shapes from the side.
But those waves are actually pulses hitting you pretty much square on of varying strength and duration. However, unlike waves at a beach, EM waves also can go the other way. Your alternating current. You can call all mass in motion, like beach waves, direct current, with variations in mass moving forming the shape of the wave. The only exception would be something like that beach receding before a tsunami hits. That is because all that mass of water is tied together. Kind of the same in EM, but the paths are much more complex.
When you are standing at the beach watching the setting sun you are getting a tune played on your face. Most of the spectrum of light beating out individual waves. A rather large orchestra blasting out pulses of varying strength and duration that energize you and where you live. I hope a seagull shits on your head.