multiplication of resistant pressure

"It does not require two forces to compress anything. If you wish to compress air into your tire you compress it with a force exerted in one direction, which is inward from the outside. The greater the force you exert in that direction the greater the multiplication of resistant pressure within your tire, as compared with the pressure outside of it." [Atomic Suicide, page 140]

See Also

curved planes of opposing pressure
curved pressure
gravity multiplication
Latent Force
pressure condition in motion
vortices of compressing motion

Created by Dale Pond. Last Modification: Monday March 27, 2017 04:59:22 MDT by Dale Pond.