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friction

Friction is the force resisting the relative motion of solid surfaces, fluid layers, and material elements sliding against each other. Wikipedia, Friction

"All moving bodies of visible matter produce heat according to their velocity. The flow of gases induces "thermal reduction" (transmutation to the thermal element) from molecular friction. The molecules never actually come in contact with, or rub each other, and no pressure, however great, can cause molecular contact. However, the molecular volume can be reduced by enormous pressure and the tension on their rotating etheric envelopes induces heat. This induction of heat is a positive proof of the wonderful rotating frequency of the rotating envelope. Were the molecules dead to sympathetic vibration and possessing no rotating etheric envelope, all molecular volumes would be compressible and thermal change in the slightest degree could not result from pressure." [HEAT - Snell]

See Also

Antagonism
Resistance

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