adjective: descriptive of any event or stimulus or process that has an effect on the effects of events or stimuli or process that occurred previously
adjective: affecting things past

With explosions vorticity (turbulence) always occurs, resulting in a reduction in the velocity of the through-flowing substance, leading in turn to cavitation, viz. the corrosion on [a] ship propeller or pressure screws in turbines. In particular when snow meltwater or glacier water is centrifugated. In such cases radar-like retroactive reactions takes place, which as detonating events, have a shattering effect. The detonation velocity can be a thousand times greater than the normal combustion velocity, which explains, for example, why the resistance to motion increases by the square in all explosion and expansion machines, which also increases by the square of the velocity of an increase in heat. It therefore acts to impede motion. [The Energy Evolution - Harnessing Free Energy from Nature, Explosion and Implosion - Expansion and Impansion]

See Also

6.6 - Cube Corner Retroreflectors
Corner Cube Retro-Reflectors
Corner cube retroreflectors
dangerous retrogressive substance
phase-locked time-forward electromagnetic wave
phase-locked time-reversed electromagnetic wave
retrogression of fifths
retrogression of harmonies
retrogressive atomic energy
retrogressive development
retrogressive energy
Time-Reversal Zone
time-reversed replica wave

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