The word 'phrase' in this article (and a few others) refers to a sequence of signals that each relate to the signal-sequence history, building complicated waveform over time in a symathetically resonant system. Altogether the signal-sequence creates a complex waveform, standing or transient.
A well tuned phrase-sensitive time-glass, as a macro system, will provide an output current/voltage signature on the harmonic waveform of the antenna resonance that forms the phrase-sensitive topology.
A reverse action may be possible, and if leveraged, would decompose a time-glass strain. The decomposition of a resonant envelope would also be a phrased-sequence.
Strain leveraged by the system on an axis of a toroid physically defined by the ratio of spin-momenta, if phrased into an accumulation of spin-momentum, that accumulation will remain as long as resonance remains.
Electronic noise in the resonant waveform, natural or artificial, may invoke phrasing toward any of perhaps many spin-momentum transitions. Electronic noise in excess may be used to pump resonant amplification of time-glass densification, provided the system can afford to waste the lower frequency energies in the noise spectra. Lower frequency components shunted out of the noise would bias a time sequence with harmonics toward a hyperbolic spectral envelope over time that may be electronically tuned to create over time the angel nest dynamics of electromagnetic spiral compression. This would be created by a time-variable electronic filter, which can be electronically adjusted for low-pass frequency-cutoff , and sweep in a negative slope from high to low frequency passing.
Conversely, precision switching on the leading and trailing edges of the current driving the magnetic resonance of the GW antenna may create the phraseology for transition effects.
The time-glass resonant envelope maintains a coupling with an electromagnetic resonant envelope through and specifically by the vacuum energies founding the electromagnetic potentials involved. In that regard, fluctuations of vacuum energy density will be reflected as fluctuations in the slope of ΔI, the rate of change of electrical current in the resonant GW antenna, in direct proportion to the change of energy density of the vacuum energies —a ΔZPF.
Applied theory: The ΔI current slope reflects the variations in the density of the vacuum energy founding the time-glass resonance.