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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How the ether acts on bodies over the flat earth

The mean engendering gravity can be searched in the ether. This is a powerful vortex pushing all planets, the same which engenders gravity. It produces a mighty force operative inside the whole flat earth cosmos. There’s a vortex prompting a circular motion which, in turn, generates a secondary vertical wind. Consequently, new questions arise.   How can this vortex act on planets, sun, and moon but, on the other hand, not on all bodies staying[…]

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