doubly charged mass

"The electron is a doubly charged mass. The action of integrating any mass is a generative or condensive one which is called the attraction of gravitation. This causes mass to appear around a common centre of high compression pressure and gives rise to the commonly believed error that matter attracts matter, which is not true to nature. The reaction to this action of compression is the expansion of the field which has been rendered vacuous by thus being drawn upon by the gravitative, indrawing, endothermic action of condensation. The expansion of the residual volume, or field surrounding the mass, is a vacuity which is as equally minus the original equilibrium of the total volume as the centre of the mass is plus that equilibrium." [Russell to NYT - 1930 November 2]

See Also

doubly charged masses
Father-Mother Principle part 2
Father-Mother Principle
Fig. 2.12 - Male-Father and Female-Mother Forces
Figure 2.14 - Intermingled Male Father Syntropic and Female Mother Entropic
Laws of Being

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