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refraction

Same as Differentiation

"The change of direction of propagation of any wave phenomenon occurs when the wave velocity changes. The wave velocity changes when the medium through which the wave travels becomes either denser or thinner, as when a sound wave goes through the air and into a wall or other object." [McGraw-Hill Concise Encyclopedia of Science & Technology]

"As density increases, we know that pressure increases. As all potential resists passage through it with a strength which varies with its voltage pressure or density, and as a liquid is a more dense high potential than the air, the water bends the light which reflects the image of the stone to the surface of the pool in a violent curve, then from there to the man's eyes in an immeasurably slight curve. The man does not actually see the stone, nor the position where the stone lies. He sees only its projected image and its position in Nature's mirror." [Russell, Genero-Radiative Concept]

The division of sexless Oneness into pairs could not be a part of Nature's process without also dividing the Oneness of Light. God's Magnetic Light is white because it is still. It has no tensions or strains in it, for it is not divided. It is invisible to the senses because it has no motion in it. The moment motion begins the Light of the Creator's energy is divided into pairs which multiply their red and blue intensities in the ratio of their extension from their cathode beginnings, just as electric potential multiplies its intensity for the same reason. [Atomic Suicide, page 92]

"In 1816 André-Marie Ampère gave Augustin-Jean Fresnel an idea that the polarization of light can be explained by the wave theory if light were a transverse wave.

By the year 1821, Fresnel was able to show via mathematical methods that polarization could be explained by the wave theory of light and only if light was entirely transverse, with no longitudinal vibration whatsoever." https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Light#Wave_theory

Filter Spectra at Non-normal Angles of Incidence

See Also

Differentiation
Figure 4.15 - From One Comes all seeming things through Refraction or Differentiation
index of refraction
Law of Cycles
Law of Refractive Indices
Negative Refraction
Octave
Snells Law
Spectrum
Vortex
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