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Dynaspheric Shells

Keelys molecule is surrounded by three envelopes of ether each spinning at a tremendous velocity. The natural tendency of each shell is to contract towards the center. Ether, once in motion, becomes negative attractive; i.e., moves towards the center. These shells are called Dynaspheres.

The shells are composed of etheric particles spinning at right angles to each other. Each shell as it spins will therefore have two poles and an equator of attractive force. When the shells properly overlap the interior contents cannot possibly escape.

A configuration similar to this has been proposed by Dr. Mills of Pennsylvania when considering answers for the Cold Fusion phenomena which, to this day, remains unanswerable by conventional physics.


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