Law of Vibrating Atomolic Substances

Law of Vibrating Atomolic Substances

"Atoms are capable of vibrating within themselves at a pitch inversely as the Dyne (the local coefficient of Gravity), and as the atomic volume, directly as the atomic weight, producing the creative force (Electricity), whose transmissive force is propagated through atomolic solids, liquids, and gases, producing induction and the static effect of magnetism upon other atoms of attraction or repulsion, according to the Law of Harmonic Attraction and Repulsion.

Scholium: The phenomenon of Dynamic Electricity through a metallic conductor and of induction are identical. In a metallic conductor, the transmission is from atom to atom, through homologous interstices, filled with ether, presenting small areas in close proximity. In crystalline structures, heat, which expands the atoms, by twisting them produces striae, increases the resistance, etc. Between parallel wires and through air the induction takes place from large areas through a rarefied medium composed of a mixture of substances, whose atoms are separated by waves of repulsion of various pitches, discordant to electric vibrations; the said atoms sympathetically absorb the vibrations and dissipate from themselves, as centers, concentric waves of electric energy which produces heat and gravism." [Keely, 1894]

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See Also

Bjerknes Effect
electric current
electric energy
electric stream
electric vibration
Etheric Elements
Keelys Forty Laws
Law of Assimilation
Law of Assimilation - Examples
Law of Cycles
Law of Force
magnetic conduction
Principle of Regeneration
2.3 - Law of Vibrating Atomolic Substances
17.11 - Law of Vibrating Atomolic Substances
8.13 - Law of Repulsion
8.17 - Law of Harmonic Vibrations
8.29 - Law of Vibrating Atomolic Substances
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