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cobalt

"The element iron - like cobalt - is formed almost at the very amplitude of the wave. Its position is almost at the collision point where mates find unity in each other. Also, iron is on the red side of the spectrum division, and the red side bores within the blue when they seek unity." [Atomic Suicide, page 186]

"The essence of what made this discovery so revolutionary that it upset many fundamentally believed in facts of physics lies in the conclusion that all atoms spin in the direction of their motion (meaning the direction of their axis), which means that atoms or particles ejected from the north end of a "decaying" atom, such as cobalt, spin in a right-handed (clockwise) direction, and those which are emitted from the south end spin in a left-handed (anti-clockwise) direction. This discovery led to the possibility that atoms acted like right and left-threaded screws, and that might eventually explain how matter is held together by some mysterious force within matter and solve the mystery of Creation." [Atomic Suicide, page 271]

"We will then explain why cobalt has given an entirely different result than carbon would give, and that sodium would have given another effect of unbalanced ejections, while sodium chloride would give a balanced effect, and tantalum would have given another effect from the one produced by cobalt. In other words, when it is shown WHY cobalt emitted a large electron from one end and a small one from the other, and it can be clearly explained WHY every single unit atom and every paired one will give different, and predictable results, it will then be easy to comprehend why the conclusions arrived at by this experiment are invalid." [Atomic Suicide, page 271-272]

"Let us analyze these statements to see if there is right reasoning in them in accordance with the electric current. In the "Life" diagram, large particles, labeled electrons, are being ejected from the south pole of the cobalt atom and small ones, called electrinos, are being ejected from the north end. Fig. 69 is an interpretation of the "Life" diagram excepting that we are using only one particle. The "Life" diagram shows three cobalt particles, oval shaped, and their respective small and large ejected particles. The names of these particles is of no import here, but the fact that one end of cobalt atoms ejects big particles, and the other ejects small particles, is important. Also, the statement that it was never known before that one end of an atom is different from the other end is also important for it is not true. It has been known as long as electricity has been known that each end of a polarized body is different, and all matter is polarized. Each end of a balanced atom - which means equally paired - will emit the same sized particles from each end, because polarized, or divided pairs, are male and female and belong to the red and blue sides of the spectrum. The important fact that has been overlooked is the fact that an unbalanced particle of matter cannot emit equal potentials from both ends. [Atomic Suicide, page 274-275]

"To demonstrate this fact put a cobalt, or steel needle in the position given to the cobalt particle. You will see that both ends are different, and are not interchangeable, unless repolarized in reverse. You might better comprehend this if you lower two needles toward the center of the coil. You will find one reaching out for the north and the other reaching out for the south. Now try again with a steel or cobalt rod as long as the field. By placing it in the conical coil shown in Fig. 70, you will now see that not only are both ends different, but also the middle is different. Both ends are polarized gravity centers for high electric potential, and the middle gives no evidence of gravity, for the electric potential is zero in the middle. (In an unbalanced metal, like cobalt, the middle is a little off-center.) The reason for that is that the middle is the cathode dividing point, and the ends are anodes, which unite as one. In other words, the reason both ends are different is because one end is red - or male end - and the other is blue - or female end. Cobalt is preponderantly blue, or female. The red end of the spectrum is weak in it. Under such conditions of unbalance the polarization process could not possibly eject equal potentials." [Atomic Suicide, page 275-276]

"To demonstrate this fact put a cobalt, or steel needle in the position given to the cobalt particle. You will see that both ends are different, and are not interchangeable, unless repolarized in reverse. You might better comprehend this if you lower two needles toward the center of the coil. You will find one reaching out for the north and the other reaching out for the south. Now try again with a steel or cobalt rod as long as the field. By placing it in the conical coil shown in Fig. 70, you will now see that not only are both ends different, but also the middle is different. Both ends are polarized gravity centers for high electric potential, and the middle gives no evidence of gravity, for the electric potential is zero in the middle. (In an unbalanced metal, like cobalt, the middle is a little off-center.) The reason for that is that the middle is the cathode dividing point, and the ends are anodes, which unite as one. In other words, the reason both ends are different is because one end is red - or male end - and the other is blue - or female end. Cobalt is preponderantly blue, or female. The red end of the spectrum is weak in it. Under such conditions of unbalance the polarization process could not possibly eject equal potentials." [Atomic Suicide, page 275-276]

"If we now put a piece of the metal cobalt between two coils like Fig. 70, the middle will become the plane of highest potential and its center will "attract" a needle if held toward any point of its circumference. If cobalt is thus placed in the anode position, instead of in the cathode, there will be no ejection of electrons and neutrinos from its polar ends. Instead of that, there will be ring ejections from the equatorial plane of maximum high potential, maximum heat and maximum density. We now have the decay process instead of the polarization process." [Atomic Suicide, page 276]

"Step No. 5. One should now be able to fully comprehend that if one attempts to divide an unbalanced element like cobalt, by polarizing it, one will obtain an unbalanced result. Carbon, for example, is a balanced dual element. It is true cube and is white, while cobalt is distorted cube and is blue. The same experiment tried with carbon, or sodium-chloride, or potassium-bromide, would give balanced results. The ejections from both ends would be the same. If, on the contrary, sodium-iodide, or potassium-chloride is used the results would be as unbalanced as these latter pairs are unbalanced. Each of these pairs crystallize in distorted cubes while the evenly mated pairs crystallize in true cube, like carbon." [Atomic Suicide, page 276]

"You can readily see why it is difficult to find adequate words to explain a so seemingly universal paradox, and why we must use another language than words. This we shall do step by step very briefly - but sufficient to explain why both ends of the cobalt atom in the experiment emit different sized particles around a center." [Atomic Suicide, page 287]

"In the coil, above described, there is no material body occupying the cathode position as there is when a plane, or bullet, starts to move. In the Lee-Yang experiment a material body is placed there to be polarized. Cobalt is not a balanced, mated pair, like carbon, however. It is but one of a pair, although it is very close to the balanced amplitude point of its wave. When the current is turned on the resultant effect is as though a steel rod was inserted in the shaft of the coil, which is a half inch in diameter at one end and a quarter of an inch at the other end. Every physicist knows that both ends would then be different, for the equator of the rod would not be in the middle. It would be nearer the small end. The rod would not pick up an equal weight at its opposite ends, for the electric potential which does the lifting, would be unequal. The small end would pick up a greater weight, for its rings would be smaller and spin faster." [Atomic Suicide, page 293]

See Also

Table of the Elements - Russell Elements
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