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act of vibrating; process of being vibrated; single oscillation; atmosphere intuitively sensed, feelings projected by someone (Slang)


Vibration(s) Motion is a fundamental principle in universal nature, coeval with boundless space, ceasing not even during pralaya; and we can form only a relative idea of its real nature, yet can have intuitions of it through its manifestations, the most fundamental of which is vibration. The essential characteristic of vibration is periodicity or cyclic motion. It appears in the alternation of manvantara and pralaya in the cosmic Great Breath and in the most rapid oscillations of minutest particles. The relative periodicity of various vibrations is found to constitute a mathematical scale, according to which phenomena may be classified.
The principle of sympathetic vibration involves mysteries relating to the tremendous potency of sound, some of which are familiar to physicists. The discoveries of John Worrell Keely (cf SD 1:555-66) were of this nature. He was able to develop enormous energy in an engine without using the principle of pressure; but his discoveries were premature and their results were frustrated.
Sound is a universal principle which manifests itself physically as vibrations in the mass and particles of bodies. Physicists, by a logical confusion, have called the effects "sound," whereas they are only one of the productions of causal sound. We might as well define fear as a trembling of the body; whereas we know that the trembling is an effect produced by the emotion. The same applies to heat, light, and others of the list of physical forces which manifest themselves in vibrations.
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vibrations
n : a distinctive emotional atmosphere; sensed intuitively; "the place gives me bad vibes" [syn: vibes]




Vibration is a mechanical phenomenon whereby oscillations occur about an equilibrium point. The word comes from Latin vibrationem ("shaking, brandishing") The oscillations may be periodic, such as the motion of a pendulum—or random, such as the movement of a tire on a gravel road.

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Noun
1. a distinctive emotional aura experienced instinctively; "that place gave me bad vibrations"
(hypernym) air, aura, atmosphere
Noun
1. the act of vibrating
(synonym) quiver, quivering
(hypernym) motion, movement, move, motility
(hyponym) tremor, shudder
(derivation) oscillate, vibrate
2. a distinctive emotional atmosphere; sensed intuitively; "it gave me a nostalgic vibe"; "that man gives off bad vibes"
(synonym) vibe
(hypernym) atmosphere, ambiance, ambience
3. a shaky motion; "the shaking of his fingers as he lit his pipe"
(synonym) shaking, shakiness, trembling, quiver, quivering, palpitation
(hypernym) motion
(hyponym) tremolo
(derivation) vibrate
4. (physics) a regular periodic variation in value about a mean
(synonym) oscillation
(hypernym) wave, undulation
(hyponym) ripple
(derivation) oscillate, vibrate
(classification) physics, physical science, natural philosophy



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