A simple explanation of Interference Theory

Harmonic Interference Theory is a set of thirty-four principles that explain music perception using the underlying physics of a harmonic standing wave. Based on a mathematical balance between maximum resonance and damping geometries, perceptual qualities in music are modeled organically using a "reflective interference function" between the harmonic and Fibonacci series. This is then used to explain how musical timbre and harmony can be pattern matched recursively as cymatic geometries in the ear and brain. While this theory deals specifically with the question of music perception, the same universal principles can be used to explain other natural phenomena, such as how star systems harmonically self-organize, how matter self-organizes into living carbon-water crystals and how self-awareness emerges from physiological resonance. In general, Harmonic Interference Theory represents a unified natural philosophy merging ancient Pythagorean harmonic science with the quantum holographic model of Bohmian physics and holonomic brain theory.

This is a 3-part definition of the underlying model - so simple that even a cell can figure out how it works!