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Generation

noun: the act of producing or multiplying by syntropic of assimilative process

Keely
"Some of our men of science once settled the problem of the origin of life to their own satisfaction, only to learn that "speculation is not science", for a substance which, when dissolved, crystallizes as gypsum, cannot produce vital force; and it is like groping among the bones of a graveyard to look for spontaneous generation in a shining heap of jelly on the floor of the sea." [True Science]

Russell
"The CREATED universe of matter is the result of concentration of Mind upon the idea of form and then the generation of power by diverting low potential into centripetal vortices in order to hold the idea of Mind into the appearance of form until form disappears through mental decentration" [Figure 12.11 - Russells Locked Potential Full Ten Octave Gamut]

"Every effect in Nature is divided into pairs of opposition. Each one of each pair is the reverse of the other. Each one is like a mirror reflecting the other. Nature is like unto a clock with two hands which bend away from each other in opposite directions but equal potentials. If one hand multiplies potential the other simultaneously multiplies it equally. Nature will not allow her balance to be disturbed. Each polarized hand moves away from the other from zero to four. Each then reverses its polarity from a charging body to a discharging one. Generation also reverses and becomes radiation. Heating bodies cool. Living bodies die. Solids become gases and dissolve. Fast motion slows until it ceases." [Atomic Suicide, page 288]

See Also

Evolution
Figure 5.8 - Initiatory Generation of Mass via Interpenetrating Vortices
Figure 5.9 - Initiatory Generation of Mass and Sphericity
Figure 5.10 - Introductory Degeneration of Mass via Interpenetrating Vortices
Law of Generation
Principle of Regeneration
regeneration
5.7 - Generation of Mass
5.8 - Degeneration of Mass
13.13 - Principle of Regeneration
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