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Abstracts of ABRI MonographsSeries 3  Aetherometric TheoryVol. II  The Gravitational Aether
43 pages; 9 Tables. Includes the following chapters of AToS, vol. II:
1. Reich's gravitational pendulum experiments: the krx number system and
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35 pages; 17 Figures.
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The present communication presents evidence that the BB effect does not exist as such, and that its supposed manifestations are riddled with electrodynamic, electrostatic and 'pendular' or 'swing' artifacts that have been improperly analyzed to this day, and are not polarity or geometrydependent, but independent of both polarity and geometry. Yet, it is possible to experimentally demonstrate and study electrogravitic interactions. Once artifacts due to ascertainable causes are removed, one can isolate a phenomenon that seems to lie at the antipodes of the socalled BB effect: it is monopolar, not bipolar; it is polarityindependent and appears to be chargedensity dependent. These are all characteristics that only the aetherometric model of the electrodynamic control of gravity predicted. Since analysis of the experimental results and preliminary data suggest that the monopolar lift effect is a vacuum reaction of the aether medium, they also tally with Wilstrom's and Khachatourian's 2002 discovery of an electrostatic spin which had long been predicted  in fact since 1977  by Aspden's model of a 'vacuum (or aether) spin'.
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AS3II.8  The Gravitational Aether, Part II: Gravitational Aetherometry (6)  Antigravity Lift and Exotic Flight (I): Critical Overview of Theories and Technologies
Correa PN, Correa AN 
This communication is the second of a group of four originally intended for publication
in Infinite Energy at the invitation of Dr. Eugene Mallove, and dedicated to the scientific,
technological and political problems presented by exotic flight and lift
systems  in particular those relating to possible control of gravity. It examines the main postWWII efforts to devise new flight and spacetravel
technologies, focusing on the early speculations about possible electric and
magnetic control of gravity, and on the development of electric propulsion (EP) systems.
53 pages, 8 figures.
In this communication, the authors examine the main lines of research into the nature of gravity over the past
6 decades, with a focus on Einstein's General Relativity and General Theory of Gravitation,
quantummechanical models of the graviton, Geometrodynamics and the ZPE theories, and Van Flandern's
model of gravity  all of which are contrasted to Aspden's theory of a dynamic Aether.
97 pages, 2 tables, 3 figures.
AS3II.10  The Gravitational Aether, Part II: Gravitational Aetherometry (8)  Antigravity Lift and Exotic Flight (III): The Aetherometric Theory of Gravity and the Organized Fear of Knowing
Correa PN, Correa AN 
This communication presents a synopsis of the aetherometric theory
of gravity and antigravity, explores the fundamental aetherometric notions of massfree energy, Aether and Matter, and
systematically examines the physical functions that enter into play in the determination of a relatively universal and ubiquitous G force function that serves as attribute of the Aether lattice 'of space'.
The reader is introduced to basic concepts such as  the energy structure of the Aether lattice; the
aetherometric concept of inertia and the energy principle of inertial acceleration; the difference
between the primary gravitational energy and the graviton energy of a lepton; the distinction between
primary gravity, ordinary gravity and gravitation; and the basic aetherometric function for the release of graviton
energy in pair destruction drives.
73 pages.
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AS3II.11  The Gravitational Aether, Part II: Gravitational Aetherometry (9)  Quantum & Subquantum Aether (Anti)Gravity: Fine Variation and Determinations of G
Correa PN, Correa AN 
The present communication has an ambitious reach. It describes in detail
the fine subquantum structure of the Aether lattice, and identifies its
properties: the modal (or tendentially invariant) Planck's length, which is
an actual wavelength (λ_{Planck}) of subquantum ambipolar charges whose flux
creates the lattice; the fundamental gyrogravitational moment 'of
space' (ie of the lattice) and its relation to Planck's constant of moment
in the world of the quantum; the frequency of the vacuum corresponding to
the modal energy of the Aether lattice; and the ultrahigh energy emissions
from the lattice, which have been mistakenly assumed to be massbearing
neutrinos or Xparticles, and are shown to be massfree ambipolar charges in
the range of 10^{15} to 10^{24} eV.
Thus, we are led to present a specifically aetherometric "cosmogenic production scenario". We suggest that these ultrahigh energy, massfree ambipolar charges are the real cosmic primaries responsible for the ultrahigh energy spectrum of cosmic rays (CR). We also indicate exactly how these tremendously energetic particles are released from the Aether lattice in the process of production of Matter and "cosmogenic radiation" (CBOR, mCBR and rCBR), by secondary superimposition of (2°) lattice elements derived from the energy of the (1°) ambipolar lattice constituents. Accordingly, our aetherometric model also explains how emission of gravitons from the Aether lattice accompanies the condensation of massenergy and the emission of ultrahigh energy ambipolar charges (CR primaries). Aside from the "production scenario", the outcome of this approach is a theory of the dual structure of gravitons (in phaseenergy constructs and in "free transit"), the identification of their precise fine structure and geometry, and a model for the local, punctual variation of G.
We examine the fine structure of the Aether lattice of space in all its phase energy configurations that produce either the 'universal invariant' G force or a bipolar variation that locally increases or decreases G. In particular, we focus on how leptonic and baryonic particle creation necessarily engages a local G increase, as opposed to the local G decrease expected when the lattice releases antigravitons instead. A total of 8 processes are isolated, and 14 distinct aetherometric functions (including those relating to the conversion of the Newton into the metersecond system units of force) are employed in the determination of the correct value of the 'invariant' G, whose simplest expressions is:
G = λ_{e}/10^{3} π^{2} (19,206)^{6} K_{krSS} = λ_{Planck} K_{krSS} = K_{krSS}/p_{e} =1.107435902*10^{35} m^{2} sec^{2}
also termed the aetherometric lawful value. This value of G is found to be remarkably close to the mean±SEM of 16 distinct numerical determinations:
G = 1.107458228*10^{35} m^{2} sec^{2}± 0.000273341
In the course of the investigation, the exact value of the socalled 'Planck's length' is determined as an instance of a wavelength function shared by both gravitons (of either type, phasegraviton or transit graviton) and the ultrahigh energy ambipolar charges that modally constitute the Aether lattice. We propose an exact value for the invariant or modal Planck's length, and further propose that, whether the length (function) is variable or invariant, G is always the product of that length by m sec^{2} (K_{krSS} = 1 m sec^{2}). We also identify a gyrogravitational moment and formally show that most elegant of the Aether's subquantic 'utterances':
/e = G/m sec^{2}
Clearly, and 'Planck's length' are variables involved in the physical and analytical determinations of G, of its value and its variation.
These findings give rise to mutually consistent quantum and subquantum descriptions of the gravitational field and the ultimate energy structure of the Aether lattice. A search for the consistency of physical descriptions of the quantum and subquantum worlds cannot be reduced to or identified with a search for a theory of everything (TOE), or a search for a unified theory. Unification comes about after reduction, identification and generalization. Whereas consistency poses a different problematics than that required by the need for unification(s). Consistency poses the problem of the connectivity of the real, of the 'actual physical'. It is a matter of functional relations, of how energy converts into energy, and not a matter of reductions, identifications and probability states. Consistency requires a physics that thinks in terms of energy, not in terms of mass (mechanism), or in terms of space (relativity), or in terms of topology (probabilism). Only the concept of energy can consistently connect the senses of the physical world. An adequate quantum description or account cannot be such unless it is already compatible with  and adequate to  an also adequate subquantum account. What's adequate is a connection  the nexus  and not an operation of unification, reduction, identification.
Lastly, but not least, our findings and proposed theoretical approach also lead to a new geometric and topological model of all gravitational energy units, and thus a novel energybased treatement of the phenomena of gravity, gravitation and antigravity. We propose that there are two different families of gravitational energy units, or gravitons, whose detailed finestructure geometry and wavefunctions we believe to have 'cracked':
1. A family of toroidal structures to which the phaseenergy graviton belongs, and which can serve as energy storage (as in holding massenergy together, or in free fall, etc).
2. A family of epicycloidal structures to which the primary gravitational energy swing and all 'transit' gravitons released from the lattice belong.
Finally, a complementary model is proposed for the 'native state' of the entire Aether lattice based upon the intralattice interaction of ultrahigh energy (10^{15} to 10^{42} eV) ambipolar charges, all other energy elements being but phaseresultants of the constant interactions of these ambipolar charges. In the lattice's 'native state' (modal or invariant state), the energy and fine structure of the ambipolar charges are given by:
E_{Lattice} = ε_{Lattice} = p_{e} λ_{Planck} ε_{Lattice} = λ_{Planck}^{3} ε_{Lattice}^{2} = 1.762169352*10^{37} m^{3}sec^{2} = 1.826*10^{31} eV
92 pages, 4 Tables, 5 Figures.
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AS3II.12  The Gravitational Aether, Part II: Gravitational Aetherometry (10)  Meditations on g Minor & π: The Terrestrial Antigravitational Field Reaction and a Massfree Model of Seismic Predictors
Correa PN, Correa AN 
We present a new model of the deviation of terrestrial gravitational acceleration from the normative theoretical value. Independently of the crustal variations in mass density, the model identifies
two distinct latitudedependent antigravitational fluxes, a massbound flux subsumed under the
notions of centrifugal reaction, force and acceleration, and a larger massfree flux that constitutes a
field reaction. Neither flux is geometry dependent, and only the massfree flux can vary.
Background levels of the field reaction exist in the absence of significant seismic activity. However,
in this model, any increase of the field reaction flux above background levels leads to seismic activity.
It is proposed that the process is mediated by an antivertical wave (AGwave) whose energy and
momentum is subsequently transduced into the ordinary P and Swaves. Accordingly, a new earthquake magnitude scale is proposed, based on the properties of AGwaves. AGwave accelerations,
velocities, periods, and electromagnetic emission markers are identified and provided as indices of the
magnitude of seismic disturbances. The AGwave model also connects an entire set of preseismic
events that might be used as earthquake predictors  namely, groundwater and crustal dilatancy,
release of hot, ionized geochemical gases, in particular radon, and anomalous MHz to kHz electromagnetic emission  and explains periodicity and attenuation (in duration and intensity) of cyclic
aftershocks.
The AGmodel is part of a wider aetherometric approach to seismology and the physics of gravitational anomalies (eg Bouguer's, etc). In this context, the aetherometric model is extended to include an analysis of the hydrogen fusion pathways responsible for 'dark stars' and galactic socalled 'black holes', pathways which may also be at work in the asthenospheric and subasthenospheric cores of the Earth. In line with aetherometric theory of these fusion processes, they could be the source of both the AGwave and the attendant keV ambipolar radiation responsible for a different set of preseismic events that might also be used as earthquake predictors. In this context, we connect preseismic highenergy ambipolar radiation released from the Earth's mantle or core to: (1) preseismic production of anomalous light and heat(s) by electron plasmas, (2) broadband attenuation of electromagnetic signals with increased noise (analogous to the attenuation induced daily by the solar ambipolar flux), and (3) pinealmediated (in vertebrates) or magnetotactic (in invertebrates and also in birds) detection of preseismic ambipolar radiation during the initiation or nucleation phase of earthquakes.
37 pages, 5 Tables, 2 Figures.
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