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Frequency is the number of occurrences of a repeating event per unit of time. It is also referred to as temporal frequency, which emphasizes the contrast to spatial frequency and angular frequency. The period is the duration of time of one cycle in a repeating event, so the period is the reciprocal of the frequency. For example, if a newborn baby's heart beats at a frequency of 120 times a minute, its period — the time interval between beats — is half a second (that is, 60 seconds divided by 120 beats). Frequency is an important parameter used in science and engineering to specify the rate of oscillatory and vibratory phenomena, such as mechanical vibrations, audio signals (sound), radio waves, and light. Wikipedia, Frequency

Frequency is the number of cycles per TIME.
Wave Number is the number of cycles per SPACE.
Wavelength is the distance between consecutive corresponding points of the same phase.


Keely
The molecule itself is a world ruled by the same sympathetic forces that govern the planets of our solar system. Its three component intermolecules, each like a small sphere, oscillate within its shell-like etheric envelope with a frequency of 20,000 per second, and the molecular etheric capsule rotates about them with inconceivable velocity. Within the molecule no intermolecule ever comes in contact with even its nearest attendant. Each is held by its gravital neutral center within its proper sphere of action. Molecular dissociation by intermittent vibration does not disturb in the next higher, the atomic subdivision, the fixed neutral center of the atomic triplets. Centripetal and centrifugal forces rule the orbits and revolutions of the components of the molecule in the same manner as interplanetary forces of the same type rule the elements of the solar system. [Snell Manuscript - the book]


Schauberger
"In the outbirth of water we have to differentiate between two different kinds. Namely water as a carrier-substance that contains predominantly negative potentialities (substances attuned to earth frequencies) or predominantly positive potentialities (substances attuned to air frequencies). The former are to be viewed as upwardly-impelling geospheric instrumentalities and the latter as downwardly-impelling atmospheric instrumentalities. The former refine and exalt the higher-grade constituents, i.e. they serve the build-up of levitative potencies. The latter serve to cleanse the atmosphere of suspended matter, which as threshold substances still possess too little self-weight and too high a quota of levitative essences and can neither rise nor fall. It is these threshold substances that can be transformed and exalted through cycloid-space-curve motion. From a practical point of view, this is only possible through their co-oscillation with their respective carrier-substances, be it air or water. This leads to a build-up of those substances incapable of further development, resulting in a renewed intensification of the differences in potential through the spacial separation of the difference-substances. The end result is an increased motive force. This explains the concept of perpetual motion in its most natural sense." [Viktor Schauberger, Implosion Magazine, No. 118, p. 8.] [The Energy Evolution - Harnessing Free Energy from Nature, THE NATURE OF WATER - ITS CONDUCTION AND USE FOR TRANSPORT]


Ramsay
It is a remarkable fact that the numbers for the lengths of strings producing the major scale are the number of the vibration of the notes of the minor scale; for example, string-length as 26 2/3 will give the vibrations for [Scientific Basis and Build of Music, page 87]


Nikola Tesla Frequency alone in reality does not mean anything, except when an undisturbed harmonic oscillation is considered. - [Nikola Tesla]

  • Number of cycles per unit time. SI unit: hertz, Hz (cycles/s). [Applied Spectroscopy, Vol. 29, #1, 1975]
  • The number of vibrations per second; expressed in hertz (Hz). [The Science of Sound]
  • Rate at which a waveform repeats. Expressed in cycles per second or Hertz (Hz). [Learning Music with Synthesizers]
  • The number of cyclical variations per unit time. Frequency is generally expressed in Hertz (Hz) also denoted cycles per second (cps). [Compendium of Noise Engineering - Part I]

"The repetition rate of a periodic vibration within a unit time. This is normally expressed in units of cycles per minute (cpm), events per minute (epm), or cycles per second (cps or Hz). It can be expressed relative to shaft rotative speed. With respect to rotating machinery vibrations, there are two types of frequencies of interest: A: the shaft rotative frequency, and B: the various vibration frequencies as measured by vibration transducers. Rotative frequency is usually expressed in terms of rpm. Vibration frequencies are commonly expressed in terms of a fraction or percentage of the shaft rotative frequency: 1X means one times rotative frequency, 2X means two times, 1/2X, or 50 percent, means one-half times, etc." [Field of Rotating Machinery Measurement, Monitoring and Analysis]

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Christ Returns - Speaks His Truth
"Visible things are but a manifestation of specific frequencies of vibration in consciousness which produces a 'SHIMMER OF MOTES OR PARTICLES' giving an appearance of solid 'matter'.
Each visible substance possesses its own unique vibrational frequency. A change in the rate of vibration produces a change in the appearance of 'matter'. As consciousness energies change so do the appearances of 'matter' change." [Christ Returns - Speaks His Truth, Letter 3, page 19] [Christ Returns - Speaks His Truth, Letter 3, page 19]

See Also


Angular Frequency
convert frequency to wavelength
convert wavelength to Frequency
cycles per second
Frequency Modulation
Frequency Response
Hertz
number
Oscillation
Pitch
Reciprocal
spatial frequency
Vibration
vibration number
Wave
Wave Field
Wavelength
1.20 - Evolution and Devolution of Frequency
15.20 - Dissociation Frequency

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