dividing cathode

"Much confusion has also been caused by the fact that the two poles extended in opposite directions from their dividing cathode and approached each other from opposite directions to form an anode. This led to the belief in the opposite directions of the

[p. 147]

two kinds of electricity, one of which was assumed to attract and the other to repel. The answer to this is that polarity is not motion." [Atomic Suicide, page 146-147]

See Also

Birth Cycle
black cathode hole
cathode mother womb of space
cathode zero
centering cathode
two dividing poles
zero cathode
zero in the cathode
2.18 - One Becomes Two

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