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Introduction to Aetherometry

The following selection of documents will provide the reader with an overview of the science of Aetherometry - its nature, its methods, its scope and depth, its theoretical and technological accomplishments.

  1. What is Aetherometry?
    Source:  Encyclopedia Nomadica
    An extensive article on the fundamental concepts of Aetherometry, its experimental and theoretical foundation, its philosophical connections and technological achievements.
  2. Milestones in Aetherometric Research
    Source:  ABRI website
    A summary of fundamental aetherometric discoveries and research milestones.
  3. Dr. Mallove's Appreciation of the Correa's Science and Technology
    Source:  Akronos website
    Originally written by Dr. Mallove as a series of documents for the Vortex forum, this article provides an extensive introduction to the Correas' Experimental Aetherometry.
  4. Problems with Reich's Theory of ORACs
    Source:  Akronos website
    "What is novel about the first volume of Experimental Aetherometry is that it provides, for the first time and with new methodologies, a solid, in-depth study and analysis of the thermal and electroscopic anomalies inside orgone accumulators (ORACs), anomalies which were originally discovered and described by Wilhelm Reich..."
  5. Overview of Vol. 1 of Experimental Aetherometry
    Source:  Akronos website
    "It has become clear to us over the course of our long years of study that if there is to be any escape found from the current impasses of science - from what, to any eyes not yet wide shut, can only be assessed as a disastrous relentless descent towards ever more stupid forms of barbarism, towards ever diminishing resources, towards an ever increasing destruction of the planetary environment - it is essential that we begin to grasp how utterly misplaced and misconstrued are many of the most basic premises of 'modern' science: the premises of an entropic universe, of scarcity, of inevitable exhaustion, of the limits placed by Man where nature did not place them..."
  6. Overview of Vol. 2 of Experimental Aetherometry
    Source:  Akronos website
    An overview, prepared for the original electronic edition, of the monographs forming the first part (now called Volume 2A) of the second volume of Experimental Aetherometry.
  7. Introduction to Vol. 2A of Experimental Aetherometry (print edition)
    Source:  Akronos website
    A reprint (in PDF format) of the Introduction to the print edition of Vol. 2A of Experimental Aetherometry.
  8. Introduction to Vol. 2B of Experimental Aetherometry (print edition)
    Source:  Akronos website
    A reprint (in PDF format) of the Introduction to the print edition of Vol. 2B of Experimental Aetherometry.
  9. The Specter of Wilhelm Reich
    Source:  Akronos website
    "The widespread notion that Reich has been 'discredited' and, at that, 'thoroughly', is a commonplace without any foundation. Reich's work opened a singular and innovative trail of thought and discovery, normally sequestered from the attention of human beings. And his experiments were never properly replicated, understood nor developed upon..."
  10. Why Speak of an Aether?
    Source:  Akronos website
    "Why should we again choose to speak of an Aether? Did not the Michelson-Morley Experiment 'end once and for all any notion that an Aether did or could exist'. Well, the fact is that both the friends and the foes of Aether theory have always fought, and continue to fight, on the grounds that the Aether is an electromagnetic reality - or an electromagnetic unreality. Einstein, in the 1920s, actually had a reading of the Michelson-Morley Experiment similar to that which Aetherometry proposes - maintaining that it had only disproved that the Aether was stationary and was electromagnetic in nature. This was truly a novel insight..."
  11. On Wishful Thinking
    Source:  Akronos website
    "If we slide in our discourse from one register to the other, from Science to Philosophy or vice versa, this should, if anything, be seen as the sign of the power of aetherometric thought - that it can cut easily from one level to the next to pick out the effective elements at play in a field - on whatever level they are playing. For everything that happens in reality does not just happen on one register. Registers are superimposed on one another: political, economic, social, sexual, psychological, scientific, technological factors and structures coexist in the same Space and Time, in the same flux of energy and in the same durations of lives or in the same lives..."
  12. 50 Years After the Death of Wilhelm Reich
    - Introduction to The (Re)Discovery of the Orgone Motor

    Source:  Akronos website
    "Science cannot surmount Life. It can only serve Life's designs with better boxes of tools - to permit new percepts, different and finer ways of thinking, feeling, perceiving and being. Pioneering science, then, is not salvation - only a breadth of fresh air, a bit of water and oxygen, something we all could do with while traversing the closed deserts of our epoch, and we would all be richer and saner for it. But it is nothing if Life and the living do not learn how to use it, if new modes of employment of its tools and technologies fail to be invented by collectivities of singular souls."
  13. Aetherometry and Gravity: An Introduction (by David Pratt)
    Source:  Akronos website
    A brief outline of the aetherometric theory of gravity and antigravity, based on Volumes 1 and 2A of Experimental Aetherometry, the first six monographs of The Gravitational Aether, and additional discussion in the Aetherometry Study Group.
  14. The Making of the Difference (by Malgosia Askanas)
    Source:  Akronos website
    "Experimental Aetherometry by the Canadian biophysicists Dr. Paulo Correa and Alexandra Correa is a scientific work which unfolds like a detective story. It leads the reader - step by step, and with uncompromising rigour and integrity - through a series of experimental and analytical plateaus, on a dual journey. One aspect of this journey brings the reader to an understanding of the methods and results involved in the Correas' experimental isolation and functional determination of several forms of energy either unknown to existing physics or very incompletely understood by it. The other aspect opens into an altogether new physics, a microfunctionalist physics of energy..."