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principle of compression

"If you cut a section of a new-born oak, you will find that it is tube-centered, but if you cut a section of an old oak, you will find that it has seemingly "squeezed" the hole out to attain density in accordance with the same principle of compression which gives density to a sun. Examine it, however, and you will see a series of rings surrounding its center." [Atomic Suicide, page 208]

See Also

action of compression
appearance of mass
attraction of gravitation
bondage of compression
center of high compression pressure
center of the mass
Compression
compression pressure force
compression stroke of the universal pump
Compression Wave
Compression Wave Velocity
compression-expansion pump
compression-expansion sequence
cycle of appearance and disappearance of mass
cycle of motion
disappearance of mass
Electric compression
Electric compression principles
electrical compression
electrical-compression
expansion of the field
expansion stroke of the universal pump
Figure 3.28 - Compression and Expansion Forces in Gyroscopic Motions
Figure 3.29 - Discrete Degrees or Steps of Force and Energy
Figure 3.30 - Discrete Degrees or Steps in Gyroscopic Compression Motion
Figure 8.2 - Compression Wave Phase Illustration
Figure 9.11 - Compression Wave with expanded and contracted Orbits
gravitative compression pressure
high pressure point of dense mass
internal fires of compressive resistance
Law of Assimilation - The Foundation Dynamic of All That Is
life principle
master key of wave mechanics and space geometry
multiplying and dividing two-way principle
periodicity of preponderance
phenomena of growth
positive oscillation of compression pressure
power of compression
Power of Thought
speed of compression
stillness of universal energy
two-way compression-expansion sequence
vortices of compressing motion
12.31 - Heat Generated Through Resistance to Compression
16.09 - Positive Electricity is Compression
9.28 - Compression Zones

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