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"The heavy positively charged center of the atom, composed of protons and neutrons." [Trefil, James S.?; From Atoms to Quarks - An Introduction to the Strange World of Particle Physics; Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, 1980]

"Music, pure, natural, and harmonical, in the true and evident sense of the term, is the division of any keynote, or starting-point, into it's integral and ultimate parts, and the descending divisions will always answer to the ascending, having reference to the general whole. The essence and mystery in the development of harmonies consists in the fact that every keynote, or unit, is a nucleus including the past, the present, and the future, having in itself an inherent power, with a tendency to expand and contract. In the natural system, as each series rises, its contents expand and fall back to the original limit from any point ascending or descending; we cannot perceive finality in any ultimate; every tone is related to higher and lower tones; and must be part of an organized whole." - [F. J. Hughes, Harmonies of Tones and Colours - Developed by Evolution (external link), page 16. See Overtone Series]

See Also

3.16 - Neutral Centers as Points of Action
9.7 - Neutral or Focal Centers
9.16 - Neutral Center Dynamics
9.18 - Atoms as Sympathetic Centers
9.19 - Centers of Force
9.20 - Center and Periphery
9.21 - Dynamic Centers
9.22 - Multiple Excited Centers
10.07 - Centers of Mutual Attraction
12.06 - Mid-Tones and Neutral Centers
13.07 - Keelys Original Dynaspheric Neutral Center Concept
13.08 - Atlins Neutral Center Structure and Dynamics
Affinity to Neutral Center
Center
Figure 11.01 - Octave composed of Equal Thirds and Triads
Keynote
Neutral Center


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