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Aqueous Disintegration

Dissociation of Water into its aliquot (gaseous and ultra-gaseous) parts.
See 15.18 - Keelys Process for Liberating Ether from Water for description of Keely's process as also Negative Accelerator.

"A disintegration, of the most intense explosive character, of the volume experimented upon, destroying the apparatus and its surroundings. But no artifice of the physicist could ever produce such conditions. In the disintegration of water by vibratory changes of atmospheric base (a triple order of sympathetic vibration, molecular, intermolecular, and atomic simultaneously projected) the intermolecular depths only are interfered with, the result being that latent energy is liberated, showing a pressure of 2,000 atmospheres, when barometric conditions are favorable." [Keely, Newton of the Mind]

See Also

Atomic Clusters
Cavitation
disintegration
Dissociation
Ether
Etheric Vapor
Generation
Keelys Etheric Generator or Liberator
Law of Atomic Dissociation
Law of Chemical Dissociation
Liberator
Molecular Dissociation
Negative Accelerator
Part 15 - Dissociating Water
Plasma
Poseidon Project
Splitting Atoms and Molecules
splitting the atom - Keely
THEORY AND FORMULA OF AQUEOUS DISINTEGRATION
Vibratory Physics - True Science
7.6 - Reciprocal Disintegration and Creation
15.02 - Liberating Ozone from Water
15.03 - Questions Concerning Dissociation
15.04 - Dissociating Water with Fire
15.05 - Relative Diameters in Dissociation
15.06 - Power of Dissociated Water
15.07 - Dissociating Process
15.08 - Dissociating Water with X-Rays - Radiolysis
15.09 - Dissociating Water with Ultrasonic Vibration - Puharich
15.10 - Dissociating Water with Alternating Current - Puharich
15.11 - Dissociating Water with Vacuum
15.12 - Dissociating Water with Acoustic Cavitation
15.13 - Dissociating Water Acoustically - Liberation of Quantum Constituents
15.14 - Dissociation Liberates Spontaneous Energy
15.15 - Progressive Dissociation
15.20 - Dissociation Frequency
15.21 - Water Dissociation Demonstration
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