"He (Keely) has discovered the range of molecular motion in all quiescent masses is equal to one-third their diameters and that all extended range is induced by sound force, set at chords of the thirds which are antagonistic to the combined chords of the mass of the neutral centers that they represent, and that at a certain increased range of molecular motion, induced by the proper acoustic force, the molecules become repellant, and that when the sympathetic centers are influenced by a vibration concordant to the one that exists in themselves, the molecules become attractive; that the repellant condition seems to take place at a distance of about ten of the diameters of the molecules, this distance representing the neutral line of their attractive force, or the dividing line between the attractive and the repellant. Beyond this line, perfect triple separation takes place, inside of it, perfect attractive association is the result." The Snell Manuscript
"It is through the disturbance of this oscillatory equilibrium, by means of resonant impulses, that Keely alters the relations of the vibratory impulses which constitute matter. This he does by striking the same chord in three octaves, representing the third, sixth, and ninth of the scale.
"Of these, the sixth reduces the range of molecular oscillation, and thus tends to give greater tenuity to the mass. It induces "trajectile velocity" from neutral centers, or "neutral radiation". Experiment shows that molecular dissociation does not take place until the molecule attains an oscillation approaching, if not fully reaching two-thirds of its diameter. This can be effected by means of the action of the "enharmonic" or "radiating" current applied to the mass, after its molecules have been disturbed by an "introductory impulse"; that is, by the musical note above mentioned.
"The third represents the "dominant", and when brought under control of a harmonic resonant impulse induces a complete rearrangement of the modes of vibration and oscillation; in other words, will transform the mass either into its component initial forces, or into some other form of matter." The Snell Manuscript
"The breaking up of a liquid vein into drops has been traced by Savart (the pulsations) to the orifice of the draining container.
"Plateau has found in his researches on the figures of equilibrium of bodies withdrawn from the action of gravity, that a liquid cylinder is stable as long as its length does not exceed three times its diameter; or, more accurately, as long as the ratio between them does not exceed that of the diameter of a circle to its circumference, or 3.1416. If this be a little exceeded the cylinder begins to narrow at some point or other of its length; nips itself together, breaks, and forms immediately two spheres." [Sound; Tyndall, John; Longmans, Green, and Co., London, 1893. pg 276]
15.02 - Liberating Ozone from Water
15.03 - Questions Concerning Dissociation
15.04 - Dissociating Water with Fire
15.05 - Relative Diameters in Dissociation
15.06 - Power of Dissociated Water
15.07 - Dissociating Process
15.08 - Dissociating Water with X-Rays - Radiolysis
15.09 - Dissociating Water with Ultrasonic Vibration - Puharich
15.10 - Dissociating Water with Alternating Current - Puharich
15.11 - Dissociating Water with Vacuum
15.12 - Dissociating Water with Acoustic Cavitation
15.13 - Dissociating Water Acoustically - Liberation of Quantum Constituents
15.14 - Dissociation Liberates Spontaneous Energy
15.15 - Progressive Dissociation
15.20 - Dissociation Frequency
15.21 - Water Dissociation Demonstration
Latent Force in Interstitial Spaces