he gas into an energy similar to a radio wave, and yet atomic or creative in its action. By the use of different instruments for its dispensing or application, heat, light, cold, or power for broadcast, are produced.
All of the generators are made of a material much stronger and more durable than steel. No wires are used for conductance. This form of atomic energy, or true atomic energy is conducted by what the Earth scientists call the "Meson." Through expansion of the nucleus of the Hydrogen Atom, a natural conductor of the energy given off is produced.
As the energy is broadcast, its field varies according to the expansion of the fields of power and force.
All aeroforms tune into the field of power according to their designated expansion field. The energy enters the power induction field where it is utilized by the internal controls and passes out the discharge force field. The action of the two fields forms a cone shaped field, the size of which, at the point of correct tuning, is the