Gravitation and Radiation - page 142-143

Both the iron and the oxygen have been brought to such a state of expansion that their ability to hold together is gradually weakened until their pressure preponderance is reversed.

Attraction has changed to repulsion. [See Rhythmic Balanced Interchange))]

The iron expels the oxygen which falls toward the proper pressure zone for so expanded a state of motion.

The oxidation process is an effect of the electric pressure of gravitation. [See Syntropy]

The reduction process is an effect of the magnetic pressure of radiation. [See Entropy]

They exactly balance.

The reduction in valence, pressure, temperature and other dimensions of the iron is balanced by an exact increase of the dimensions of the hydrogen oxide.

The plus of gravitation in any mass is always balanced by the minus of radiation in some other mass, in accordance with the pressure laws, "every pressure develops an equal and opposite pressure," and "the degeneration of any mass is exactly balanced by the regeneration of another mass." All mass is constantly in motion.

This is a universe of perpetual motion.

The universal constant of energy is expressed by mass in motion.

Every mass is continually changing its dimensions in accordance with its relation to every other mass. [See Reciprocating Proportionality]

Change in the position of mass causes change of every dimension of that mass.

"All mass is potential out of place, and all mass constantly seeks the proper pressure zone for its changing potential."

All mass constantly runs the entire gamut of every dimension of the wave of energy of which it is a swirling part, until it has run the entire cycle represented by that wave.

No mass can remain fixed in position, not even that which has been apparently arrested, in its motion.

The apple, obeying the laws of gravitation falls to the ground to seek the pressures for its relatively high potential, where it is apparently arrested in its motion. In reality it never ceases to fall until it has reached the center of the planet.

It merely changes its dimensions.

The disintegrating apple rises in the air to seek the proper pressures for the relatively low potential left behind by the electric stream which continued to the gravitative center of the planet.

Like all mass, the apple is simultaneously accumulating and distributing its accumulation of energy. [See Universal Heart Beat]

It is both charging and discharging.

The interruption of the apple's fall to the earth's center and subsequent reversal of the charge within the mass of the disintegrating apple, does not alter the opposite directions of motion either for the charge or for the discharge. [See Law of Cycles]

The accumulated electric potential continues spirally north by way of East in the electric stream to the planet's center, and the disintegration emanations continue south by way of west, in the magnetic stream of the earth's ecliptic.

The bound energy being released by the disintegrating apple exchanges its power-time preponderance for speed-time preponderance.

The balancing opposite of greater power-time is within the planet.

Consider familiar effects of gravitation and apply that observation to others less readily understood.

The apple falls to the ground.

The gas rises into the air.

The planet floats in space.

The apple and the gas are potentials out of place. When released one falls, the other rises. One gravitates and the other radiates toward the pressure zones of their respective accumulations of potential, and they pass each other going in opposite directions.

A planet is potential in place for the moment,

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but it is constantly moving radially toward the position of its ever changing lowering potential.

The planet therefore floats in space in a defined though changing orbit appropriate to its own changing potential.

For simplicity's sake, consider all mass as constantly falling.

Consider the rising gas as falling toward the lower pressure which has sufficient generative strength to attract and hold a mass of that particular density.

Consider the planet as ever falling toward a pressure which is in equilibrium with its changing potential.

For purposes of analogy, consider the effects of a stone dropped into the depths of the ocean.

The stone, being potential out of place, falls toward the gravitative center of the mass of which it is a part, until it arrives at a place where the opposing pressures are in equilibrium.

It then does exactly as the planet does.

It floats.

After oscillating up and down for a bit above and below its proper pressure zone, it finds its orbit and also revolves around the generative center of its system just as a planet revolves around its generative center.

Also, it rotates upon an axis, the north pole of which dips toward the north magnetic pole of the earth and its equator is practically in a plane cutting the earth's center.

And so also do all the objects of the ocean's bed, if the water is of sufficient depth, fall up to the respective positions for their respective potentials.

Furthermore, their revolutions and rotations conform to those of the planet itself.

And so also do they find their respective orbits and begin to revolve in them from west toward east, and rotate upon defined axes also from west to east.

Imagine some giant hand picking up this planet and removing it as far away relatively from the pressure zone of the orbit of its potent tial as the stone heretofore was removed before being dropped into the water.

If suddenly it were released from out beyond Neptune's orbit, what would happen? Assuming that it held itself together and did not explode in so low a pressure zone, it would fall with increasing swiftness toward the sun in a line ever slightly curving north' easterly until it reached the orbit from which it had been removed.

Arriving at the plane of its former orbit, it would sink below it toward the sun with decelerating speed, then after oscillating above and below for a time to lose its impetus and to find the inertial equilibrium position of its potential, it would eventually proceed in approximately the same orbit, as before. It would have been somewhat damaged by expansion and surface ionization. Its potential would be slightly lowered as a consequence of its adventure in lower pressure zones, and therefore its orbit would be slightly farther from the sun than before its removal.

Once more, imagine the giant hand picking up the planet and removing it in the opposite direction, toward the sun instead of away from it.

If suddenly released within Mercury's orbit. for example, what would happen? For the purpose of analogy, let us forget the fact that its low density in comparison to that of Mercury would cause its surface to become white hot and its oceans to disappear in a tenuous vapor. It would fall away from the sun curving southeasterly towards its orbital plane of pressure at an ever decreasing speed, exactly as an atom of gas would rise from the earth and fall at an ever decreasing speed, in an ever curving southeasterly line toward its proper plane of pressure.

The dimensions of this planet would not permit it to remain in Mercury's pressure zone, any more than the density of a wooden ball would allow the ball to remain under water in the pressure suitable to a stone.

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