A third case will be mentioned here, albeit briefly. If under very particular external influences good high-spring water is rotated at high speed in turbines with blades inclined at a certain angle, then on occasion the effective force rises exceptionally high; by calculation to peak pressures of about 32,000 atmospheres, leading to corrosive damage to the turbine blades. More detailed elaboration would take too long here, and therefore it should be enough to point out that these three phenomena are known facts. [The Energy Evolution - Harnessing Free Energy from Nature, The Liquefaction of Coal by Means of Cold Flows]

If we study the inner processes involved in synthetic fuel production, then we can establish that, together with supplementary catalytic factors, strong pressure and high temperature play the leading role. [The Energy Evolution - Harnessing Free Energy from Nature, The Liquefaction of Coal by Means of Cold Flows]

See Also

14.22 - Dominant is the High Neutral
14.22.1 - Enharmonic is the High Neutral
apotome higher
Apparatus For Producing Electric Currents of High Frequency and Potential - 568176
center of high compression pressure
center of highest attraction
centre of highest attraction
comma-higher second
Ether Generator Producing High Pressures
Extremely High Frequency
Figure 18.16 - Mind States when Demanding and Receiving Higher Knowledge
Figure 5.2 - Centers of Swirls are High Tension while Swirl Periphery are Low Tension
God on High
high action
high etheric
high luminous
high mental plane
high neutral
high pressure
high pressure hot points of gravitative centres
high pressure point of dense mass
high priest
high rotation
high silence
high tenuity
high third
high-energy radiation
high-grade difference
High-Pass Filter
high-spring water
Higher Intelligences
Higher Sources
higher spiritual consciousness
higher temperature-form
highest grade
highly critical threshold matter
root of the fifth higher keynote

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