posted on Aug, 16 2009 @ 01:55 AM
The answer to the question depends very much on who is using the words. In physics, density is a measure of mass per unit volume, or kilograms per
cubic meter. A cubic meter of air would weigh very little. A cubic meter of lead would be quite heavy. Lead is said to be denser than air.
Densities can be represented as values compared to a particular density. For example, water is said to have a density of 1. Lead has a density of
about 11.4. So a volume of lead would weight 11.4 times as much as the same volume of water.
Vibration is periodic motion, meaning motion that repeats. The rate of vibration is called the "frequency", which is measured in how many
repetitions occur per second. One repetition (or cycle) per section i 1 Hertz (or 1 Hz).
Most people use these words without knowing their scientific definition. They use them more or less "poetically" or metaphorically to describe
certain conditions of beings, planets, etc. They speak of certain entities as having lower vibrations if they are more earthly, coarser, more
physical. Higher vibrational beings would be more spiritual, elevated, etc. similarly, higher density suggests heaviness, earthiness, where lower
density suggests greater spirituality.
It is best to consider such uses of the words as simply a metaphor without significant literal meaning. It is especially a bad idea to accept these
terms as being based on any sort of science. At best, the person is using poetic language to describe something. At worst, he's trying to baffle
you with BS, to blind you with "science" in order to confuse and convince you.
Beware the person who uses an abundance of scientific jargon to describe non-scientific topics.