The vortex atom made of ether

In a past article, I have introduced a new atomic model. Its main characteristic is that the atom is completely made of ether. The electron is a spherical wave that moves around the nucleus and is made of oscillating etherons arranged all around the nucleus. In that article I was assuming the nucleus, the positive charge inside the atom owes its positive charge to an abundance of etherons in respect of the average quantity of[…]

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How do winds move over a Flat Earth.

By reading this article you will learn something more about the movement of the winds. The study of this subject will help us to understand some new important detail about the Earth. An important point I want to underline is the Coriolis acceleration. Globalists assume that the direction of the prevalent winds around the planet is due to the rotation of the Earth around its axis. On a flat earth, things work differently. Just to[…]

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The Bending of Light

I think that the fact of having recovered an old dismissed concept, the one about the existence of a vortex of ether acting upon the Earth, will prove to be an intuition of the utmost relevance. This is a powerful concept, able to give a reason for a number of phenomena in connection with the Earth, such as gravity and the motion of the celestial bodies. Explaining the flat Earth mechanism would be an impossible[…]

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Flat earth: a brief summary

The geomorphologic model has, by now, reached a more definite shape and the circle is closed. Although there is still, of course, a great deal to understand, it seems we were able to give a first rough description of the Earth on which we live. By writing this article, I’d like to make a brief summary of the considerations I have till now developed. Obviously, this is not a way to abandon the topic. I[…]

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South Atlantic Anomaly

When evaluating the Earth magnetic field, immediately the South Atlantic Anomaly becomes clear. Wikipedia describes it this way: The South Atlantic Anomaly (SAA) is an area where the Earth’s inner Van Allen radiation belt comes closest to the Earth‘s surface, dipping down to an altitude of 200 kilometers (120 mi). This leads to an increased flux of energetic particles in this region and exposes orbiting satellites to higher-than-usual levels of radiation. The effect is caused by the non-concentricity of the Earth and its magnetic dipole. The SAA is[…]

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