# How the ether vortex is formed

There’s a vortex of ether that, rotating around the Earth, moves the sun, the moon and the planets. There is also a secondary vertical wind. It is the one constituting the gravity force. Such vortexes, however, do not  move the dome. This gets clear when you consider the speed of the dome and you compare it with the speed of the vortexes. The dome rotates faster than that speed, one degree per day, without considering the precession of equinoxes, which is equal to one degree every 74 years.

Of course, the rotation of the dome is independent from the vortex of ether. On the other hand, we can take into account the inverse of the hypothesis: the rotation of the dome causes the rotation of the ether. The dome is a big turbine which is put into motion by the upper waters surrounding the exterior of the canopy walls. I hope I will be able to show in some future article the path the waters follow to put the dome into motion. In the following picture you can see a possible shape of the external dome-turbine. It’s a sort of a wheel surrounding and capping the exterior of the vault. It is moving thanks to the aid of the massive waters.

As you already know, the Earth together with the dome form a capacitor. So, the earth and dome are the two electrified plates. What could happen to a capacitor when you put in rotation one of the two plates? It is not a common situation in today’s technology, but you can however try to understand what I mean. We know that, between the two plates, the magnetic field of the Earth can exert his power. We are now in the necessity to understand what happens to a plate moving inside a magnetic field. This is a field which can be imagined to be constant as well as variable.

To understand, we have to consider what the eddy or Foucault currents are. Eddy currents are induced electrical currents in conductive bodies. They are immersing in a variable magnetic field or, as an alternative, they are  moving in a constant magnetic field as well. We know that the rotor is not metallic, but, as already indicated in a past lecture of mine, the materials forming the dome, such as graphene or quartz, are semiconductors and able to develop internal induced electrical currents. We should have, thus, a dome  rotating in an almost constant magnetic field. The relative movement between the dome and the magnetic field generates the circulation of electrons, i.e. electric currents according to the Faraday law.

The Faraday law is a physical law describing the phenomenon of the electromagnetic induction. It originates when the flux of the magnetic field through the surface delimited by an electric circuit is variable in time. This law posits that in that circuit an induced electromotive force arises.

Currents that arise, being variable, generate in turn a new magnetic field that is opposite to the motion of the dome. The eddy currents the dome originates are able, for the Joule effect, to heat the vault. The effect is to  prevent the waters moving over the blades of the canopy to freeze. This hypothesis is in harmony with the witnessing of Antarctic explorers who often claim that after travelling many kilometers toward the extremities of the Antarctic  south, it seems as the temperatures, having reached a strong minimum, start to get warmer. Probably this is due to the fact that the dome is warm.

The effect of the magnetic field generated by the eddy currents is also exploited to make the brakes of trains. Technicians apply to the metallic wheel a fixed magnetic field in order to generate dispersive eddy currents. These currents heat the metal and generate additional friction.

What does the counter magnetic field generated in the dome act upon? Because on something it has to react. This is in order to be able to act like a sort of brake over the dome. For example, when I brake the car, the wheels react on the asphalt. As you already know, a magnetic or electric field is generated by a not uniform disposal of ether in the space. There is hence a relationship between the ether and the force fields. The gravitational force field is produced by an increasing pressure of etherons with altitude. Electrical charges in the space can move etherons and a consequent force field is generated. We can conclude that the magnetic field induced by the eddy currents acts on ether by forcing its rotation. This rotation pushes to slow down the dome that however is put into motion by the water and it can’t be stopped. The vortex is thus pulled in its rotation and follows the dome with a little smaller speed. The scrolling between dome and ether vortex is clear if we consider the sun’s speed: this is lower than the speed of the dome.

One question arises. If the rotation of the vortex gets started from the top by the dome, how does it happen that the speed of this vortex increases at the bottom? It is not an intuitive concept. It would be normal to think that the vortex has its maximum speed where it touches the dome on top and slows down while departing from it. But something similar happens in the dynamics  of tornadoes. Let’s see why. Tornadoes originating inside the clouds, swoop down reaching the Earth and the speed increases on the bottom, near the Earth. This is due to the conservation of angular momentum. This momentum is given by the product of the impulse I=mxv and the radius r. L=mxvxr is the angular momentum where m is the rotating mass, v is its speed and r is the distance from the axis. Due to the conical shape of tornadoes the distance r from the axis is the least at the bottom. Thus, to conserve the momentum, speed has to increase. The classical example to explain this phenomenon is the skater that has to close his arms to turn faster, or open them to turn slower.

The shape is, obviously the reason for the speed increase near the Earth. The vortex of ether is not strictly conical but similar to a cone. If we consider the ether layer adjacent to the dome it has a very large surface due to the vault shape of the dome.

As we go down, the radius of the subsequent layers decreases. Momentum conservation requires for the lower/smaller layers a bigger speed. This profile of speed generates, for the Bernoulli law applied to fluids (ether is a super fluid), a bigger concentration of etherons in the top. This generates the gravity field.