adjective: having identical parts on each side of an axis
adjective: having two sides or parts, polar, bipolar

"As a first step we again remind you that Nature creates everything in pairs, and that all pairs unite to form masses. The hemispheres of a sun are united pairs, for example. Try, therefore, as a first mental exercise, to image the uniting of two hemispheres of the sun, which are spinning in opposite directions. The fact that you, yourself, are right-handed and left-handed, adds to the difficulty of the subtle thing which we must explain about our universe, which has led these observers to form such conclusions. What we mean by this is that Nature is bilateral. Everything which is created is equally extended in pairs from a cathode dividing equator. The equator acts as though it were a mirror. It reflects each extended unit of each pair in reverse. These divided pairs unite as two hemispheres of a sphere, which is also divided by an equator." [Atomic Suicide, page 280-281]

"We must know why this universe is bilateral instead of radial." [Atomic Suicide, page 287]

"We have very briefly described this principle which makes polarization and a bilateral universe not only possible but imperative. Likewise, it makes extension imperative." [Atomic Suicide, page 291]

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