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Dispersion: Mutual repulsion, disintegration, dissociation, chaos, entropy, tenuity, vacuum; i.e., vacuum is dispersed matter.
"Beyond disintegration lies dispersion, and Keely can just as easily disperse the atoms of matter as disintegrate its molecules. Disperse them into what? Well, - into ether, apparently; into the hypothetical substratum which modern scientist (1892) have postulated, and about whose nature they know absolutely nothing but what they invent themselves, but which to Keely is not hypothesis, but a fact as real as his own shoes; and which ether, indeed, seems to be `the protoplasm of all things.'" [Bloomfield-Moore, Keely and His Discoveries, Chapter 8. see Thermodynamics, Reversible, Irreversible]
"On the propagation of a pulse through a dispersive medium."
"Contrary to what is given in many textbooks, after a sufficiently long time a pulse transmitted through a dispersive medium with a significant quadratic term is proportional to the Fourier transform of the original pulse shape.
By thinking backwards from a truncated transform, one sees that production of power pulses at a distance may be possible by multifrequency transmission of Fourier transform patterns. Each frequency transmitted may be from a different transmitter and location, so long as the aggregate converges at the distant desired spot. By using scalar beams to so converge, one recovers all the transmission of energy without loss, and in a geometric pattern of one's choice. This seems to be the mechanism for the Tesla shield. [Jones, J.; American Journal of Physics. 42(1), Jan. 1974. p. 43-46.]
See Keelys Forty Laws that govern the following three systems of dissociation
Dissociation - Russell
Ficks Law of Diffusion
Keelys Secrets - Introduction
Keelys Three Systems
Original Etheric Vapor Liberator
Part 21 - SVP Enerator Project
15.03 - Questions Concerning Dissociation
15.05 - Relative Diameters in Dissociation
15.14 - Dissociation Liberates Spontaneous Energy
15.15 - Progressive Dissociation
15.20 - Dissociation Frequency
15.21 - Water Dissociation Demonstration