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omnipresent universe

"The principle of electronics is a miniature example of what electricity does in a vacuum. A vacuum tube, with no electricity dividing it, is the normal rest condition of the universe. See Fig. 6. Electricity emerges from the omnipresent universe and disappears into it, as light appears and disappears in a vacuum tube. Electricity ceases to be electricity when it loses its power to move. When we speak of electric expansion it is in the sense that it is weakening, just as we say of a man who still lives, that he is dying. Electricity does not expand, nor is there a kind of electricity which does expand. It merely weakens by becoming lower in potential and speed." [Atomic Suicide, page 149]

See Also

A New Concept of the Universe
Curved Wave Universe of Motion
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Figure 3.2 - Thinking Mind Creates a Universe of Motion
Holographic Universe
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THE MAN WHO TAPPED THE SECRETS OF THE UNIVERSE
This Three Dimensional Cube Universe of Nine
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1.16 - Vibratory Universe
1.21 - It Really Is a Musical Universe
14.23 - Harmony Rules the Universe
6.15 - A Clockwork Universe
Chapter 4 - The True Nature of This Mind and Motion Universe - part I, page 79
Chapter 4 - The True Nature of This Mind and Motion Universe - part II, page 80
Chapter 4 - The True Nature of This Mind and Motion Universe - part III, page 80
Chapter 4 - The True Nature of This Mind and Motion Universe - part IV, page 82
Chapter 4 - The True Nature of This Mind and Motion Universe - part V, page 83
Chapter 4 - The True Nature of This Mind and Motion Universe - part VI, page 86
Chapter 4 - The True Nature of This Mind and Motion Universe - part VII, page 92

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