Detection and Evaluation of Effective of Digital Communication of Drug on Human Body
Nowadays, there is a wide using of mobile and internet from various ages, due to some bad systems which they work to send signals
(sound wave frequency) within the music or will be spread to affect the brain of the humankind. Therefore, this paper expresses the
detection and evaluation of (the signal of sound frequency) which influence the human brain, it has been measured some frequency by
programming in the mobile and found a trend to detect such frequencies and a way to produce a human being from it.
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