Audibility Tampan, Paminggir people. Sumatra 19th century, 44 x 47 cm. From the library of Darwin Sjamsudin, Jakarta. Photograph by D Dunlop.
The calorimetric and thermometric thought experiments have introduced the specific energy and Next we compare differences in these quantities to assess the energy and temperature of a particle. This requires another binary descriptor that depends on whether or not a sensation is somatic. That is, whether it is like a sense of pressure, touch or hearing. Definition: the number $\varepsilon$ is called the audibility of a sensation

$\varepsilon \equiv 2 \left| \, \delta^{*} \vphantom{X^{X^{X}}} \right| -1$

where $\delta^{\ast}$ notes the oddness. Recall that this quantity $\delta^{\ast}$ is given by

$\delta^{*} \equiv \begin{cases} +1 &\sf{\text{if a somatic sensation is on the left side }} \\ \; \; 0 &\sf{\text{if a sensation is not somatic }} \\ -1 &\sf{\text{if a somatic sensation is on the right side }} \end{cases}$

Then the audibility takes on the values

$\varepsilon = \begin{cases} +1 &{\sf{\text{if a sensation is somatic}}} \\ -1 &{\sf{\text{if a sensation is not somatic}}} \end{cases}$ Next step: quarks are indestructible.

Related WikiMechanics articles. Characteristics of Thermodynamic Quarks Doing Thought Experiments on Quarks Specific Energy Vis Viva Hypothesis of Conjugate Symmetry Audibility Doing Laboratory Experiments on Quarks Internal Energy Temperature
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 Adjective Definition Audibility $\varepsilon \equiv 2 {\large{\mid}} \, \delta^{*} {\large{\mid}} -1$ 4-6
 Adjective Definition Oddness $\delta^{*} \equiv \begin{cases} +1 &\sf{\text{if a somatic sensation is on the left side }} \\ \; \; 0 &\sf{\text{if a sensation is not somatic }} \\ -1 &\sf{\text{if a somatic sensation is on the right side }} \end{cases}$ 2-7
 Noun Definition Somatic Sensation $\sf{\text{Any perception of touch, pressure, sound or hearing.}}$ 1-15
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