noun: an activity that varies from a norm or standard ("Any variation in his routine was immediately reported")
noun: the act of changing or altering something slightly but noticeably from the norm or standard ("Who is responsible for these variations in taxation?")
noun: an artifact that deviates from a norm or standard ("He patented a variation on the sandal")
noun: a repetition of a musical theme in which it is modified or embellished
noun: an instance of change; the rate or magnitude of change, Delta
noun: something a little different from others of the same type
noun: the angle (at a particular location) between magnetic north and true north
"He [Keely] has invented instruments which demonstrate in many variations the colours of sound, registering the number of necessary vibrations to produce each variation. The transmissive sympathetic chord of B flat, third octave, when passing into inaudibility, would induce billions of billions of vibrations, represented by sound colour on a screen illuminated from a solar ray." [Bloomfield-Moore] [3rd octave]
All quiescent matter consists of compound molecules of different groupings. These groupings are in simple ratios. Each group is surrounded by an envelope in which occur axes of force, according to the form of grouping and this form varies with each substance. The variations in form of the crystals are caused by varying attractions between the different internal molecular elements. [Snell Manuscript - the book, MOLECULAR AGGREGATES]
"Mr. Keely proceeds to theorize upon this assertion: "conjecturing that luminosity might possibly be induced by inter-atomic vibrations, under certain conditions; adding, ''but it would necessitate exploring an unknown field, which might, in its wonderful intricacies, absorb a series of years. This would be a variation, and I never deal in variation, on high tenuity." [COMMENTS OF JOHN WORRELL KEELY ON DR SCHIMMELS LECTURE]
The variations in the mass chords of different substances are caused by non-uniformity of molecular groupings non-uniform plus molecular aggregates. If all molecular groupings were alike, the mass chords of the same form and volume of different substances would be the same. [Snell Manuscript - the book, MOLECULAR AGGREGATES]
"The polar flow, as induced by the transmitter, is intensified or diminished by an oscillating bar which governs the revolutions to any number without variation." [The Operation of the Vibratory Circuit]
"The series of experiments, daily for one week, that I am now preparing to give before an expert committee, for the purpose of enabling this committee to make a public announcement of the scientific and commercial value of my system of sympathetic vibratory physics, comprises:
First. - Operation of the polar circuit, drawing power from space, and showing control of various degrees of velocity.
Second. - Sensitization of a polar disk, after having had its complete neutrality to magnetism tested.
Third. - After associating it with the polar test-medium, heavily weighting it to demonstrate its attractive power; the weight remaining suspended to it by this power.(7)
Fourth. - Transmitter connected to the test-medium, while the disk is carrying the weight. Negative vibration transferred; effecting complete dissociation; the disk and weights dropping to the floor.
Fifth. - Rotation of compass needle, on a set of resonators, subservient to any one of the resonators, in defiance of its attraction to the north. Variations given; changing its subservience to different resonators, as the introductory impulse is changed.(8)
Sixth. - Mediums, representing the chords of different masses of metal, made to float in a tall jar of water, with extraordinary changes of position.
Seventh. - Operations of a sensitized globe, by sound.
Eighth. - Operations of the globe under the influence of the improved polar sympathetic transmitter.
Ninth. - Disintegration of water by triple vibration,(9) showing progressive degrees of energy (from molecular to interatomic, etc., etc.) on different rates of transfer." [The Operation of the Vibratory Circuit]
Law of Variation of Atomic Oscillation by Electricity
Law of Variation of Atomic Oscillation by Sono-thermism
Law of Variation of Atomic Oscillation by Temperature
Law of Variation of Atomic Pitch by Electricity and Magnetism
Law of Variation of Atomic Pitch by Rad-energy
Law of Variation of Atomic Pitch by Temperature
Law of Variation of Pitch of Atomic Oscillation by Pressure