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 in geodesic space, perceptual qualities in music
can be modeled simply and organically using a “reflective
interference function" between the harmonic and Fibonacci
series. This is then used to explain how musical timbre and
harmony are pattern matched recursively as cymatic patterns
in the ear and brain.
While this theory deals specifically with the question of music perception, the same universal principles can be applied to explain other natural phenomena. This includes how star systems form, how matter self-organizes into living carbon-water crystals and how self-awareness emerges from physiological resonance. In general, Harmonic Interference Theory offers a unified natural philosophy that merges ancient Pythagorean harmonic science with the quantum holographic model of Bohmian physics and holonomic brain theory.
Here is a 3-part definition of the underlying model - so simple even a cell can do it.