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Propositions of Force and Matter - Le Bon

"From the experimental researches which I have detailed in various memoirs and which will be summarized in this work, the following propositions are drawn :

1. Matter, hitherto deemed indestructible, vanishes slowly by the continuous dissociation of its component atoms.

2. The products of the dematerialization of matter constitute substances placed by their properties between ponderable bodies and the imponderable ether—that is to say, between two worlds hitherto considered as widely separate.

3. Matter, formerly regarded as inert and only able to give back the energy originally supplied to it, is, on the other hand, a colossal reservoir of energy—intra-atomic energy—which it can expend without borrowing anything from without.

4. It is from the intra-atomic energy manifested during the dissociation of matter that most of the forces in the universe are derived, and notably electricity and solar heat.

5. Force and matter are two different forms of one and the same thing. Matter represents a stable form of intra-atomic energy; heat, light, electricity, etc., represent instable forms of it.

6.By the dissociation of atoms that is to say, by the dematerialization of matter, the stable form of energy termed matter is simply changed into those unstable forms known by the names of electricity, light, heat, etc.

7. The law of evolution applicable to living beings is also applicable to simple bodies; chemical species are no more invariable than are living species." [Gustave Le Bon, The Evolution of Matter, page 8-9]



See Also

Aqueous Disintegration
AQUEOUS DISINTEGRATION - Snell
compound etheric
compound etheric flow
Compound Interetheric
COMPOUND INTERETHERIC NEUTRAL CENTER SEVENTH SUBDIVISION
Compound Interetheron
Disintegration
disintegration
DISINTEGRATION OF ETHERIC CAPSULE
DISINTEGRATION OF MATTER - THREE SYSTEMS
Dissociation
ether
EXAMPLE OF DISINTEGRATION
Force
Gustave Le Bon
Interatomic
INTERATOMIC BOMBARDMENT
INTERATOMIC FOURTH SUBDIVISION
interatomic vibration
InterMolecular
INTERMOLECULAR SECOND SUBDIVISION
intermolecular vapor
intermolecule
Intra-atomic energy
Matter
MINERAL DISINTEGRATION
MINERAL DISINTEGRATION - Snell
Progressive Disintegration
Splitting Atoms and Molecules
splitting the atom - Keely
Subdivision
The evolution of Matter
THEORY AND FORMULA OF AQUEOUS DISINTEGRATION
Ultimate Constitution of Matter and Action of Force Regulating its Phenomena
1.11 - Ultimate Constituents of Matter
7.6 - Reciprocal Disintegration and Creation
7.9 - Ultimate Constitution of Matter and Action of Force Regulating its Phenomena
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