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coincident

adjective: occurring or operating at the same time ("A series of coincident events")
adjective: matching point for point

Keely
"That tuning forks can be so constructed as to show coincident or concordant association with each other, is but a very weak illustration of the fact which governs pure acoustic assimilation. The best only approach a condition of about a fortieth, as regards pure attractive and propulsive receptiveness. By differentiating them to concordant thirds, they induce a condition of molecular bombardment between themselves, by alternate changes of long and short waves of sympathy. Bells rung in vacuo liberate the same number of corpuscles, at the same velocity as those surrounded by a normal atmosphere, and hence the same acoustic force attending them, but are inaudible from the fact that, in vacuo, the molecular volume is reduced. Every gaseous molecule is a resonator of itself, and is sensitive to any and all sounds induced, whether accordant or discordant." [Snell Manuscript - The Book, GRADUATION OF MACHINES, page 5]

See Also


03 - Chart of the Angles of Interference and Coincidence Trigeminal
Attendant
center of sympathetic coincidence
coincidence
coincident action
coincident of transmission
Figure 9.2 - Forces assimilating to and dispersing from Center of Coincidence
Figure 14.07 - Love Principle: Two sympathetic waves expanding from two points have one coincident centering locus
Neutral Center
Sympathetic Coincidence
Synchronicity
VIBRATIONAL COINCIDENTS

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