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spinning effect

"Because of this position in the wave, iron and cobalt are so constructed under high compression and high melting points that they "remember" the motion of the electric coil which borned them, even after that coil is removed. The spinning effect still continues within them, and will still continue for many years unless they are heated to a sufficiently high temperature to explode the power of electric potential, which these poles have accumulated." [Atomic Suicide, page 186]

"Spinning rings then move around a center, instead of an extended shaft of gravity, however, caused by the motion of the propellers. The plane itself would then occupy a position of stillness. Can you not see that it would always occupy a position of stillness, no matter where it seemingly moved? And can you not see that the spinning rings are the cause of that seeming motion? And can you not further see that the direction of motion is not in the projectile, or the plane, or of gravity, but solely in the divided pressures which cause that spinning motion?" [Atomic Suicide, page 292]

See Also

Aharonov-Bohm Effect
Bjerknes Effect
Casimir Effect
Cause and Its Effects
Effect
electric effect
electrical effect
Figure 13.01a - Countless Spinning Stars about their common Neutral Center
Hundredth Monkey Effect
Keely Spinning Motor
Kervran Effect
law of cause and effect
Mind Force - a Reproducible Effect
Nocebo Effect
Ozone Effects
photoelectric effect
Placebo Effect
Renner-Teller Effect
Rotation
Spin
Spinning Rings
spinning sphere
Steric Effects
Table 13.03 - Photoelectric Effect of Elements
Table of Cause and Effect Dualities
two-way divided effects of motion
two-way effect
Tyndall Effect
Zeeman effect
11.08 - Matter is an Effect of Will Force
14.11 - Ranges of Forces Effects and Actions
14.30 - Effect of Preponderance
15.24 - Water is Sensitive to Biometeorological Effects
16.11 - Seebeck Effect
19.05.06 - New York Times - Keely Spinning Motor
2.22 - Voiding - an Effect of Desire and Will Force
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