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[…]

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Elastic longitudinal waves on the ether

In a past article of mine, I mentioned the fact that Tesla had discovered how to produce longitudinal electromagnetic waves. These are waves that behave like a sound wave, a mechanic wave that propagates in an elastic mean. In the case of electromagnetic waves, the mean is the ether. Ether, as you know, behaves like a solid, because it is able to transmit also transversal waves. This requires a shear modulus, which is the characteristic[…]

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The Sagnac effect and the speed of light

Gravity is an electromagnetic, etheric phenomenon caused by a non-uniform concentration of etherons in the space. This generates a force field and a consequent vertical ether wind that acts on bodies. They all have a mass with an acceleration of g=9.81m/s2 that produces a force F=m*g. A horizontal wind of ether  to understand the motion of the sun We could wonder if there is another horizontal wind beside the vertical one. To answer we can[…]

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A wind of ether causes gravity

 Here you can find our book Wind of ether.  We wonder if, over the earth,  an ether wind does really exist.  There are people explaining the failure of the Airy’s experiment on account of the presence of a wind of ether. Why? The reason is that this failure cannot be explained by the motion of the Earth, which is immovable. Accordingly, the Michelson Morley experiment failed to reveal a motion of ether on the Earth.[…]

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