E equals mc2


This famous equation describes expansive entropic Energy derived from mass accelerated. It only describes this dispersive energy and mentions nothing about equated syntropic Force. Hence the equation reflects mass accelerated and not the liberation of energy from this balanced condition of a mass.

Lack of Definitions
The speed of light is held (in this equation) to be a constant whereas it is well known the speed of light is dependent upon the media through which it passes. As there is no absolutely empty vacuum all available vacuous media have some undetermined density. Until and unless this density is stipulated the speed of light is in question. Similarly, neither Energy nor mass are defined.

"There is no dividing of matter and force into two distinct terms, as they both are ONE. FORCE is liberated matter. MATTER is force in bondage." Keely, 1893.

"Matter is bound up energy and energy is liberated matter." Keely, 1893.

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In SVP mass is considered to be Force and Energy balanced in a Latent state or simply Latent Force. All mass contains Latent Force that can be liberated or released. This balanced state or condition can be destabilized or unbalanced thus releasing or liberating its bound up forces manifesting as radiant or dispersive energies.

See Also

7B.10 - Light
15.02 - Liberating Ozone from Water
15.13 - Dissociating Water Acoustically - Liberation of Quantum Constituents
15.14 - Dissociation Liberates Spontaneous Energy
15.18 - Keelys Process for Liberating Ether from Water
16.26 - Magnetism is Liberated Latent Power in Iron
Etheric Liberator used with Atlin the Musical Dynasphere
Figure 13.02b - Liberator or Ether Vivifier
Figure 15.00c - Keelys Devices for Liberating and Measuring Etheric Pressure
Keelys Etheric Generator or Liberator
Latent Force
Original Etheric Vapor Liberator
Speed of Light

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