noun: applying pressure
noun: the process or result of becoming smaller or pressed together
noun: an increase in the density of something

[15] Linde process: (1) "A high pressure process for the production of liquid oxygen and nitrogen by compression to about 200 bar (20 MN/m2) followed by refrigeration and fractionation in a double column. - [Penguin Dictionary of Chemistry, Penguin Books, Great Britain, 1983, p.399.] [The Energy Evolution - Harnessing Free Energy from Nature, The Liquefaction of Coal by Means of Cold Flows]

These definitions have been given for strings and pendulums have been wrong for both. Indeed, the vibration of a string is not even once from extreme to extreme; for while the string itself goes from one extreme to the other, it moves in half the time of one vibration and half the time of another. In the first half of its course, that is from the extreme to the right line, or line of its rest, it leaves the air on that side to expand itself; and in the second half of its course, that is from the right line to the other extreme, it compresses the air on the other side. Now, a vibration of a string does not consist in the expanding of a body of air on the one side of a string and the compression of a different body of air on the other side, but in the compression and expansion of the same body of air on the one side of the string; so the vibration of the string are on either side of the line of its rest. The vibration is the movement from the right line, or center of action, to the extreme and back again to the right line, and so on the other side.
This definition of a vibration answers to all the requirements of the case; and in exhibiting the ratio 1:2 with two strings, it brings the two strings into the same position at every second vibration of the higher one. And so with every ratio of the musical system. [Scientific Basis and Build of Music, page 23]

"The question has long been asked by research scientists why it is that the inert gases will not mix, or unite with "any of the other elements." The first answer is that the inert gases are not electrically divided and conditioned elements, as all of the others in the nine octaves are. The inert gases begin in the first octave as invisible white fluorescent light of zero motion. They end at the 9th cathode in the 9th octave, as visible white fluorescent light, which has reached a speed of nearly 186,400 miles per second. Fluorescent light is that light which begins in the undivided electric spectrum. It is the beginning and end of motion. All motion is either red or blue, according to its sex. The end of motion at the amplitude of the 9th octave means that the divided spectrum has been united as one colorless, sexless light which has been under such high compression that it has reached its limit of conditioning by motion and must be transformed from the white light of visible motion to the invisible white Light of Magnetic stillness. The fluorescent light is that ending of electric power to divide motion into pairs, and to condition the pairs with the opposing sex tensions of electrically divided spectrum opposites. The inert gases are not pairs. They are not divided. Division takes place by light projected from them, but that projected light of spectrum pairs is the basis of the electrochemical elements, which have great volume and density in comparison." [Atomic Suicide, page 261-262]

"Step No. 2. The cylindrical coil made for the creation of an electric field does not, in any respect, conform with the electric current, which divides the stillness of cathodes into moving pairs, for the purpose of multiplying the motion of those moving pairs to create the heat and compression necessary to simulate the IDEA, which concentrated electric Mind-thinking desires to give objective expression to." [Atomic Suicide, page 273]

See Also

atomic pressural force
atomic pressural or suctional force
pressural component
pressural force
Compression Wave
Compression Wave Velocity
Figure 3.28 - Compression and Expansion Forces in Gyroscopic Motions
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
Law of Cycles
speed of compression
9.28 - Compression Zones
12.31 - Heat Generated Through Resistance to Compression
16.09 - Positive Electricity is Compression

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