concordant tenuity

Equal density, dispersion, mass and potential.

"It must not be understood that the character of the action of the latent force liberated from liquids and gases is the same in its evolution as that of the latent force existing in metals. The former shows up an elastic energy, which emanates from the breaking up of their rotating envelopes; increasing, at the same time, the range of their corpuscular action; thus giving, under confinement, elastic forces of an almost infinite character. By liberation from the tube it is confined in, it seeks its medium of concordant tenuity with a velocity greater than that of light." Keely, Latent Force and Theory of Vibratory Lift for Airships

See Also

Sympathetic Concordants

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