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expansion

noun: the act of increasing (something) in size or volume or quantity or scope

THE SOURCE OF SOLAR ENERGY


One of the greatest mysteries of science is the source of the sun's renewing energy.

At the present rate of solar radiation, the sun should have burned out long ago.


What keeps its fires burning? What is it that generates heat in the sun to keep it from cooling?

One theory is that its contraction generates it, for contraction supposedly heats.


But that is not the answer, for contraction does not heat nor generate. Contraction is possible only as a result of generation, not as its cause.

Generation must precede contraction. It does not follow it.

Heat follows as a result of contraction. Heat radiates. Radiation is the opposite of generation, and opposites act in opposite ways.


Radiation expands and the resultant expansion cools; while generation contracts and the resultant contraction heats.


Here again is the father-mother principle manifesting its law of equal, opposite and sequential interchange.

The cold of expanded space generates the sun’s heat by compressing large volume into smaller volume.

The high pressure of incandescence is born from the low pressure of vacuous blackness, in accordance with the law of rhythmic balanced interchange between all pairs of father-mother opposites. [Walter Russell, The Secret of Light, pages 187-188]

Ramsay
"The contraction and expansion of the air in one vibration is effected in successive times; but the compression of the air of one vibration and the expansion of the air of the preceding one are simultaneous, so they" [Scientific Basis and Build of Music, page 23]

Hughes
If the laws which I shall endeavour to explain develope the twelve major harmonies, with each note in succession expanding its six tones from within itself; and if each of these is found to be a lower development, which leads the ear to a corresponding higher expansion of the twelve major key-notes, and the six tones of each ascending and descending in an unbroken sequence from any twelve consecutively, the thirteenth being the octave of the first, which commences a higher or a lower series; and if the twelve minor harmonies are also gained by the same laws from their twelve relative key-notes (the thirteenth again being octave): if, again, all other notes are shown to be but higher or lower repetitions of these twenty-four harmonies—may we not consider the problem as in some measure solved? especially as the harmonies proceed in geometric as well as harmonical ratio, and an accurate parallel can be traced between the development of notes and colours, which latter correspond with all the intricacies of harmonic sounds. [Harmonies of Tones and Colours, The Method of Development or Creation of Harmonies3, page 17]

See Also


11.10 - Matter is the Recording of Sequential and Successive Steps of Polarized Thought
16.15 - Negative Electricity is Expansion
5.8.5 - The complete Contraction Expansion Cycle is as follows
9.27 - Expansion and Contraction
Compression
Discord
Dispersion
Enharmonic
entropy
Figure 14.10 - Proportionate Tonal Relations dictate Contraction or Expansion
Figure 3.28 - Compression and Expansion Forces in Gyroscopic Motions
Figure 9.10 - Phases of a Wave as series of Expansions and Contractions
Figure 9.5 - Phases of a Wave as series of Expansions and Contractions
Law of Cycles
Radiation
Ramsay - The New Way of Reckoning a Vibration

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