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expulsion

noun: the act of expelling, releasing, projecting or ejecting

"The experiments on the 12th closed with the disintegration of water, twelve drops of which we saw dropped, drop by drop, into the small sphere attached to the disintegrator after exhausting the air by suction. A pressure of over 20,000 pounds to the square inch was shown to the satisfaction of all present. Mr. Keely showed control of the ether, interatomic subdivision, by graduating the escape of the residue, as he allowed it to discharge itself with a noise like a rushing of steam to an expulsion as gentle as the breathings of an infant. The three subdivisions acted simultaneously, showing instantaneous association and dissociation. The sympathetic globe was operated upon, 120 revolutions per second, ceasing the instant that the wire was detached." [Chapter 9 of Keely and His Discoveries]

"Mass is an accumulation of the universal constant of energy into higher potential. The greater the mass the greater the potential. Mass accumulates inductively along the centripetal lines of closing spirals, and is rotated by the impact of genero-active force. Mass dissipates conductively along centrifugal lines of opening spirals, and is rotated by the expulsion of radio-active force. These opposite forces are the cause of rotation of mass." Russell, The Universal One

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