its identity centre. This does not refer to the removal of the
magnetic earth force, but it does create an identity of a magnetic centre, by which it
becomes less subjected to gravitation and thus is able to move more independently.
|a). These vehicles get a pronounced magnetic nature in their direct environment, with accumulated tensions in matter. Due to the fact that there is a total absence of ownness and internal stability, a continuous corrected stability is necessary.|
|b). By its pronounced electrical nature and the seizing point which is the sum of the present energy, this vehicle gets its magnetic ownness and identity, to which its great manoeuvrability and stability is due. The intervals of the magnetic power are being avoided, and the accumulation of vibrations in matter impeded.|