If everything has color, can we describe an object in frequency? [closed]

If color we see is the reflected color, is everything every frequency and we are like the tuning knob on a radio, electrons oscillating accordingly?

An excerpt from The Little Book of String Theory by Steven Scott Gubser

This led me to believe that everything (referencing TOE) is weaved on a fabric of frequency. In this format, excitation of particles is what makes them tangible.

I use the word tangible because, though I've forgotten where I read this,

"The frequency of light really means something tangible. It’s the frequency that you tune a radio to receive. So when an electron jumps from one energy level to another, emitting a single photon in the process, you can use the frequency of the photon to judge unambiguously what the energy difference is between the two levels."

This thought process led me to focus on absorption and reflection

• Welcome to Physics SE! This question is somewhat vague, making it difficult to understand what you are asking. You can edit your question to make it more clear what your question is; the community really appreciates the contribution! – TheEnvironmentalist Jan 25 '19 at 17:44
• @TheEnvironmentalist Sorry, I'm still really confused. I'll leave it up in case it interests someone. Thanks – user608252 Jan 25 '19 at 18:36
• It's unclear what you're asking. While I'd love to read minds, I'm stuck with words for communication, and the words above are difficult to interpret. What do you mean by "is everything every frequency"? By "we" do you mean collective we (all of humanity), more collective we (everything composed of matter, that is to say, every "thing" in existence), or some other definition? The knob on a radio controls electronic filtering in ways that are determined by whether you're talking about AM or FM radio, not to even broach the subject of satellite. Why are electrons oscillating? What do you mean? – TheEnvironmentalist Jan 25 '19 at 20:00
• @TheEnvironmentalist I've edited my question. Hopefully, this shows that I'm trying to learn how to communicate with the physics community. – user608252 Jan 26 '19 at 3:06