16.13 - Differential Densities

Heat and Cold are opposite states of contraction/expansion or high and low density. The Seebeck Effect then substantiates the Keely and Russell postulate that magnetic radiation flows from condensed high density Matter (hot) to dispersed low density Space (cold). Which dispersed flow is then condensed and conducted as electric current flow. This principle is used in thermionic and gaseous state diodes (vacuum tubes). Dale Pond, 02/27/09

The complete temperature cycle is as follows:

Centripetal - Electric Domination (Contraction)
Cold generates (applied vacuum as vacuum is cold)
Generating bodies contract (swirling to center)
Contracting bodies heat (molecular and atomic structures squeeze out interatomic orbits)

Centrifugal - Magnetic Domination (Radiation)
Heating bodies radiate (reach out enharmonically)
Radiating bodies repel (bodies = molecular or atomic structures)
Repelling bodies expand (media composed of molecular or atomic bodies)
Expanding bodies cool (molecular and atomic media)

Thus the cycle of opposition is completed. One effect of motion is always followed by its opposite:

Centripetal - Electric Domination (Contraction)
Cold integrates (cold swirls to center)
Integrating bodies decelerate rotation (spin slows)
Decelerated rotation contracts (orbit radius decreases)
Contracting bodies heat (molecular and atomic media)

Centrifugal - Magnetic Domination (Radiation)
Heating bodies disintegrate (exceeds orbital gravity)
Disintegrating bodies accelerate rotation (spin increases)
Accelerated rotation expands (orbit radius increases)
Expanding bodies cool (decreased aggregation (dispersion)
Walter Russell, The Universal One; notations by Dale Pond

See Also

2.7 - Differential Densities
3.6 - Differential Densities Begin to Form
Differential Densities
Figure 13.21 - Differential Pressure Zones in Antagonism cause Rotation

Created by Dale Pond. Last Modification: Sunday June 16, 2013 04:31:24 MDT by Dale Pond.