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Let me venture a "modest" prediction: This book,
Nanometric Functions of Bioenergy,
the first volume of an audacious series, Foundations of Aetherometric Biophysics, will eventually enter the history of
biology, physics, and chemistry, as one of the most important integrative scientific
works of all time. This Volume I is the distillation of several lifetimes of scientific
work on the frontiers of biology, physics, and chemistry by the remarkable Canadian
husband and wife team, Dr. Paulo and Alexandra Correa. They have confronted all of
nature by asking at every turn this dramatic question: Is the commonly accepted dogma
about this or that aspect of scientific knowledge on secure ground? In this, they have
returned to the true spirit of science.
From a review by Eugene Mallove, M.Sc., Sc.D. Read full review
This monumental work is not for the close-minded nor is it for the feint of heart. It is
indeed probably 50 years ahead of its time and will be appreciated only by those rare
individuals who are able to look beyond the dogma of modern physics and quantum mechanics to
a more functional and less statistically based model. But for those who are so able,
Nanometric Functions of Bioenergy will provide rich rewards.
From a review by Howard Brinton , M.D. FABFP B.A. Biological Science Read full review
Nanometric Functions of Bioenergy
is a revolutionary work packed with challenging and thought-provoking ideas,
grounded in experimentation, and will be of interest to all those who doubt the
ability of present paradigms to solve the fundamental problems of biology.
From a review by David Pratt Read full review
Biology and Physics have resisted integration, the Correas argue, due to the failure of
either to become a true science of energy. To this end, the authors of
Nanometric Functions of Bioenergy propose many novel
concepts, beginning with a revision of system dynamics and thermodynamic processes.
Treatment of the living as the analogue of the machine, for which only heat inputs and
outputs demand consideration, inhibits real understanding of the functional difference
of the living: the capacity to actively extract and order energy from the environment (and
in forms exceeding the merely caloric). The Correas' clarification of the actual physical sense
of entropy promises much forehead-slapping for the open-minded thermodynamicist.
From a review by Michael Tilley Read full review
Paulo and Alexandra Correa have, as scientists and thinkers, an exquisite capacity for detecting the critical
differences at work in basic physical phenomena, as well as for creating concepts, and analytical and
experimental methods, which shape themselves precisely to the contours of their object, and which are
capable of isolating the differences and connections of nature with a faithfulness from which we have long
become dishabituated in science. Those who spend time with
Experimental Aetherometry, will find in it a
science which springs directly from lived experience, and a functionalist mathematics which, released from
the stranglehold of Platonism and logicism, strives to capture the language of nature. They will find in it a
powerful incentive for striving - in one's life, science, philosophy, and art - for the adequacy of perception,
thought, and language. But these writings are also a concrete demonstration of the existence and
functioning of energies which are in plentiful supply all around us and which can, as the Correas have shown
with distinct prototype technologies, be usefully harnessed so as to supply us with affordable, clean,
inexhaustible alternatives to our present fuels. The books, therefore, need to be studied not only by those
with a passion for understanding nature, but also by anyone committed to the preservation of ecological
From a review by Malgosia Askanas, Ph.D. Read full review
rings so true, and seems so foundational and life-affirming, so close
to reality and life, that studying it is like living more fully and clearly.
Aetherometry reader Raymond Monteiro, Mathematician
At some point I stumbled onto the work of the Correas and was immediately impressed with its
scientific rigor. This led me to read the first several monographs of
and repeat some of the experiments described. I was astounded by the methodical and
consistent approach used and avidly read each monograph as they were published. When the
discrepancy between measured and theoretical resonant frequencies of Tesla coils was
addressed I became much more convinced of the validity of their arguments because this is
something I had noticed and wondered about prior to my introduction to Aetherometry. I also
appreciated the Correas study and understanding of the thought processes that went into many
of our classical understanding of physics and the issues that presented themselves at each step.
The deconstruction of classical four-space (spacetime) and rebuilding of our understanding of the
dimensional interactions of the space and time manifolds (synchronicity) ultimately seems to be
the key to understanding this new approach. That the interactions of these wave functions (ie
superposition) represents a superset of the commonly described electromagnetic interactions is
remarkable. I am also intrigued by the glimpse Aetherometry may provide into biophysical
energetics and the light it might shed on such fields as allopathic medicine and acupuncture.
Aetherometry reader Howard Brinton, M.D.
I think that what first attracted me to the Correas was the elegance of their syntax. Even
regardless of the content of the writings, the honest and functional tenor of their methodology was
evident in the structure of the language. As I read
further and slower, I experienced that
exhilarating joy that arises when the facts of experience are set in order. It seems that the
Correas have, through the purity of their scientific approach, exorcised many of the assumptions
(energy is always massbound, the concept of entropy) which have blocked the gate of knowledge
- and have founded the first microfunctional approach to Nature.
Aetherometry reader Michael Tilley, Molecular Biologist, Musician
I have known the Correas for many years now and am well acquainted with
their work. My first encounter with them was while I was deputy
for Israel Aircraft Industries' Executive Vice President and CTO.
We were at that time searching for new technologies and were in
the process of converting a heavily military industry into a more
commercial one. The field of Energy seemed to us a good investment
and one of the world's imminent needs. I received a detailed proposal
from the Correas, presenting their mature invention of the PAGD/
XS-NRG device, which was detailed both in patents and in their
literature. Having been exposed to hundreds of inventions and
proposals as a part of my daily work, I was surprised at the depth
and detail of a device that, according to current physical science,
could not possibly be working!
Moving to new Executive jobs in North America, I have kept my contact with the Correas, both because I admired their continuous and amazing work, and because of my growing admiration for their talent and wisdom. I see myself as very fortunate indeed in having been able to closely follow the revelations of the new Theory of Synchronicity and the stream of unbelievable experiments and devices that followed. I was part of their joy when the universe unfolded in a pure and simple way to them which permitted the solving of many of the inconsistencies and paradoxes in existing physics. Finally I could understand mass and massless energy in all its forms.
A year ago I witnessed experiments to tap into the unlimited energy surrounding us and into a simple formation of gravity fields. No one on earth has achieved this before!
[This work] is opening a new era for mankind. An era without energy limits, an era without any transportation limits, an era devoid of need for destruction because there is no limit to prosperity. Paulo and Alexandra Correa, thank you!
Uri Soudak, MSc., P.Eng.
Paulo Correa is a biomedical scientist who, after contributing to the field of fundamental cell
biology, set up, together with his wife Alexandra, an independent laboratory, where they have
now worked for the past 15 years. They have made a series of startling discoveries in basic
science - beginning with their work in plasma physics, a field that is almost certainly going to
have a major impact on our world in the near future. Most notable in this area are their
investigations of the pulsed abnormal glow discharge that occurs during electron emission from a
cold cathode in a vacuum, and their discovery that, under defined physical conditions, the
abnormal glow could be made to pulsate 'autogenously' by field emission. The Correas have
now convincingly demonstrated the principle that it is possible to release from charged metals in
a vacuum amounts of free energy which exceed the amounts of energy put into the system.
But plasma physics was not destined to be the pathway along which the Correa research proceeded. The stimulus for that came from an entirely different direction. In fact, the Correas seem to have been pushed into their current theoretical and experimental work by a variety of observations about electrodynamic interactions which, instead of involving monopolar massbound charges - such as electrons and heavy ions - implicated 'neutral' or ambipolar charges that were devoid of inertia; the energy involved was therefore mass-free. During this phase of their work, they were greatly inspired by their systematic and critical reading of the works of Tesla and Reich. This led them to a mathematical and physical reexamination of electrodynamic interactions by a different approach and from a completely different point of view. The beginning point of this new approach was an investigation of the hitherto unexplained anomalous arrest of electroscopic discharges under a variety of well-defined conditions. And by the time they completed this phase of their work, they had discovered a method for magnifying mass- free electric radiation in excess of the massbound electric power that it consumed. Eventually, when they extended this knowledge to an understanding of nonelectric interactions of mass-free energy, they rediscovered the principles behind the elusive 'Orgone Motor' of Dr. Wilhelm Reich, and improved upon it to devise what they designate as the 'Aether Motor'.
One day, my wife and I witnessed a demonstration by Paulo and Alexandra Correa of this 'Aether Motor' - it was an electrical generating system that could deliver electrical power without any external power input save its connections to two 'orgone accumulator' boxes or to either our insulated bodies or a ground pipe. Since the device moved a motor and drove a circuitry, it had to consume some power; this appears to have been provided by the environment.
The realization of what we were looking at was mind-boggling. Here before our eyes was what I was brought up to believe to be absolutely impossible! The implications were also enormous - a world of literally free energy without pollution by a 'product readily producible by available equipment and processes at a cost that allows mass marketing for multiple applications'.
Arthur A. Axelrad, M.D., Ph.D., FRSC, Professor Emeritus
It will be evident [...] that the now-emerging technology for generating power from space energy is
destined eventually to upset the physics world and particularly cosmologists. Instead of
exercising their criticism to block the breakthrough developments on the new energy front, they
need instead to look to their own problems, as now exposed, because they have invested so
much time in futile theoretical pursuits that have now come under attack. [...]
The message I stress is that our physics community still relies on an old-fashioned notion of electrodynamic theory that was not updated when we came to understand how electricity is really conveyed around circuits and across discharge gaps in those circuits, such as across the Faraday dark space region of a discharge tube. We know a great deal but until we face up to answering that 'unanswered objection' raised by Sir Edmund Whittaker and deciphering the energy anomalies implicit in electrodynamic theory, helped along by the experimental findings of Paulo and Alexandra Correa, we live in ignorance of what might be possible in the future on the energy front. Our physics community must not ignore what the Correa evidence reveals.
Harold Aspden, Ph.D., FIEE, FIMechE, MInstP, C.Eng., C.Phys., Wh.Sc.
In our view, the Correas presently have a replicable experiment that, once independently and
thoroughly investigated, may force a deeper examination of the foundations of physics. Hopefully,
the Correas' experiment and others like it will finally force the separation of effect from cause,
presently so mangled in physics and particularly in electrodynamics. [...]
We believe that the work and experiments of Paulo and Alexandra Correa are at the forefront of capturing and transducing energy from the vacuum, in whatever form one chooses to consider the vacuum energy itself. They are also pointing the way to the corrections and changes necessary in the "old physics" if we are to better understand the world we live in.
Lt. Col. Thomas Bearden, Ph.D.
Near Toronto, Canada, is the Aurora Biophysics Research Institute run by Dr. Paulo and
Alexandra Correa, who were originally inspired in their groundbreaking work with pulsed plasma
motors by Reich's work. Over the past several decades, the Correas have taken Reich's work
with aether energy (what Reich dubbed "orgone energy") up to a whole new plateau.
We recommend that the best way to become acquainted with the revolutionary work of the Correas is by studying their 100-minute-long DVD "From Pulsed Plasma Power to the Aether Motor". The DVD easily explains how their devices operate on energy coming from a different place. It shows self-running motors that are powered off of these orgone chambers that Reich pioneered in the 1950s and earlier. You will see human touch and human bodies being attached to the motor by hand action and see the motors work from this energy.
Robert Hieronimus, Ph.D., and Zohara Hieronimus
Tesla and Tandberg in their already old works first discovered a generation of very short and
powerful bursts of electric current of an absolutely unknown nature under certain conditions of
gas discharge with direct current. One did not pay any serious attention to that phenomenon.
And only in the recent works of Paulo and Alexandra Correa was it shown that by creation of the
conditions for abnormal gas discharge (PAGD - Pulsed Abnormal Glow Discharge) with direct
current, powerful bursts of alternating current appear. The energy of these bursts exceeds
several times the consumed energy (up to 10 times). [...]
If the experimental research of Tesla, Tandberg and the Correas are correct, then there is no doubt that the future power industry should be developing in this direction, and not in today's fashionable direction of cold nuclear fusion.
Prof. Lev G. Sapogin, Ph.D.
[The Correas' PAGD is] probably the most important discovery of this century.
George Egely, Ph.D.
In the mid 90s, the Canadian physicist Correa discovered a method for inducing stable pulsations
of plasma-ions in his special gas-tubes. Moreover, he has shown in his experiments a net gain of
electrical energy. [...]Measurements performed on the supply-unit and the charge-unit show
average net gains of 500%.
Detailed knowledge and persistent inquisitiveness in the field of plasma physics could push open for us the door to the energy-reservoir of the Aether.
Wolfram Bahman, Dipl. Ing.
I was made aware, through an article by Eugene F. Mallove
in Infinite Energy, of the Correas' work
on the Orgone Motor. I agree with Mallove that if the phenomenon is reproducible,
the Correas have made a scientific discovery of supreme importance
for safeguarding this Planet, and in that case they surely
merit the Nobel Prize in Physics.
Pietro Castellotti, Ph.D.
Since I believe there are the two people in Toronto who actually have an infinite energy machine
running from the quantum mechanical vacuum, I thought you would like to know about them.
They are: Paulo Correa & Alexandra Correa. [...] It is quite possible we would now have real
infinite energy available, had not so many brilliant theoreticians and experimentalists "proved" it
could not exist.
In my 80th-year, you would be surprised to learn what I know concerning the human condition on our planet. It is very inspiring and hopeful if we keep seeking the truth with a clear and honest conscience. There really is truth, beauty, and a wonderful future for us and our planet.
John B. Hart, Professor Emeritus
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