Even though they are tiny, Hydrogen atoms have size, Van der Waals radius is used for calculating the volume of an atom, so the Van der Waals diameter is how wide a hydrogen atom is. Hydrogen’s Van der Waals diameter is 240 picometers (pm), or 2.4*10^-10meters. harmonics are calculated by doubling, or multiplying by 2^x.
A hydrogen diameter’s 60th harmonic divided by the speed of light
240pm*2^60/C is roughly 922 milliseconds(ms) or 0.92 seconds(s).
scientific-tuning C 256hz or 2^8/1000ms, 2^8/922ms is roughly 277/1000 or 277hz,
which is exactly C# in concert pitch 12-EDO (western 12 note tuning) where A is 440hz.
In 31-EDO, with A at 443hz to keep C# at 277hz, we have some interesting resonances,
for instance we can play Earth’s Schuman Resonance 7.83hz, by playing F3 and Dbb3 (D double flat) simultaneously, as the schuman resonance is their difference.
It goes to show that the Earth and it’s frequencies are a part of the scale.
Throughout history A has been getting sharper, in France it was standardized at 435hz, but internationally settled on 440hz, it’s amazing how only at 440hz is the 12-EDO tuning in line with the note of the universe. The other notes such as C natural are within the circle-of-fifths and thus are on the same scale as the hydrogen harmonic C#.
If you’d like to hear something western in C# try Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata, it’s famous and quite moving.
C# music is literally quite moving as the hydrogen which makes up a majority of our bodies, resonates with it.
For an Immortal Society, to create music that can be appreciated by our peers in other planets, stars and galaxies, it is best to universal constants as a basis of music creation, such as the hydrogen harmonic C#.