On a seemingly calm, windless day thousands upon thousands of molecules constantly move and collide in the microscopic world without the least bit of notice paid in the macroscopic world. We feel safe. Then the wind picks up. The kinetic energy generated can be partially captured in wind turbines. Sometimes, wind takes the form of gales or tornadoes, wreaking havoc all around and leaving considerable damage in its trail. Under these dreadful conditions, none of this energy can be recovered. In these extreme situations, what do we do? Nothing! Similar phenomena appear in installations carrying gaseous fluids. In certain cases, flows have strong motive power that excite the structure containing it, weakening and sometimes destroying the structure. The purpose of this book is to lay out a new approach in physics for calming these chaotic and violent flows.