Solar Sonic Resonance Perhaps when sound is played at certain frequencies, the waves create turbulence in water that causes life to adjust by increasing the need for energy consumption, that then adds more oxygen to muscles that allow muscles to grow and get stronger. Planets with water on them, might not need a Moon after all, but instead waves of sound created by possible interactions between the Sun and minerals of planet could create sonic resonance. Sonic Resonance or vibrations. Different vibrations that stimulate life to grow. If a planet 'vibrates' at a frequency within the same range that Earth vibrates and is also located within Goldilocks Zone, then life could very well be present on the planet's surface. The reason why is. If a planet vibrates within a certain range frequency of Earth, the Exo-Planet would have a similar volume of water on it compared to Earth. This would be due to the atoms from the Sun causing vibrations within the soil as a result of the sun's atoms interacting with other atoms at near the speed of light along with light photons. For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. Therefore an atom of Iron traveling at a velocity of n that collides with a mineral type b will create a resonance factor of c. Other factors to consider is the rate of velocity that the planet is spinning along with the angle at which the atom or light photon collides with the element on the planet. How would a probe able to detect a planets solar/sonic resonance from a distance of 20 light years? Does solar/sonic resonance effect the dip in the light curve of a planet as the planet transits across it's sun?