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If you're thinking about this from the perspective of building circuits the pressure analogy is quite reasonable. On smaller scales we have to add some caveats, but it is still an ok descriptor.
Those caveats might be what I've been trying to get at. Any way you can elaborate? If just a bit?
All spelling errors aside, I wonder what would happen if I amplitude modulated a ultrasonic sound wave (much like a radio wave) with the audio of a voice.
I could make a sound spotlight, It's like a laser but with sound, if I point the sound beam at you then only you would be able to hear the massage the machine is sending out. nobody else around you will be able to hear anything. The sound also appears to be coming from inside your head, a properly set up trick with this technology could give you the illusion of being psychic easily.
For example, I could wear an amulet of several ultrasonic transducers, a miniature version of what's in the picture. I could have it hooked up to the audio of a cellphone which has dialed out to someone nearby.
The person on the phone could speak for me and make it appear as though I am speaking psychically.
I wish I could do that trick, That would blow peoples minds! 
... I wonder what would happen if I amplitude modulated a ultrasonic sound wave (much like a radio wave) with the audio of a voice.
There are allegedly "ultrasonic subliminal" messages which do that,
but by-definition people cannot hear ultrasound , i.e. it's a scam.
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spectrogram of amplitude-modulated ultrasonic voice-message in music.
Quantum law? Well, put a quantum wire cross electron and proton so complete the circle.
I would say that every solid has a non-zero vapour pressure at room temperature and so could vaporize; even Iron, for example. How much vaporizes, it's another story. For a solid like Iron, the speed would be ridiculosly low.
What's the strongest positive force field? A proton carries 1 positive charge, you put a test charge neat it to measure it. The force f=1/r^2, isn't the strongest positive force field is near the surface of a proton?
Strong force holds protons and neutrons together, therefore it should be negative charged in nature. Agree?
Also, inside nucleus, gravity plays a big deal due to f=m1m2/r^2, compare the radius of the atom and the nucleus.
two [hydrogen] atoms combining to produce a molecule liberate vastly more energy than one Hydrogen molecule combining with an Oxygen atom.
I wonder if it has been considered when we seek to communicate with aliens that they may have vastly different life times than us and that their conception of time may be very different from ours.
If they have the life time of a mountain 1 Hz would be supersonic but if they have the life time of a fly it would represent an extremely low frequency.