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[Overview of Experimental Aetherometry Vol. 1]


Without critical breakthroughs in our understanding of basic natural science, science, technology, as well as our understanding of cosmology and biophysics will remain mired in their present-day bleak impasses.

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. But it is, in our view, nothing short of a futile, onanistic exercise, to continue to engage - as is the common fashion - in imagining that there is any way to move forward to a real grasp of the actual functionings of energy without first returning to very basic science, to fundamental observations that have been glossed over, and thus without debunking those ideological obstacles which have served as impassable impediments to our comprehension of nature. At the same time, it is imperative that we methodically gather the experimental tools required for this task, the very task which is taken up by Experimental Aetherometry. Then, and only then, can we begin to assemble the understanding demanded to engineer the new machines of the future.

Before we may productively dream to run, let alone fly, we must first learn to walk. We must go back to the bench in order to begin to systematically root out the insidious misconceptions which lie lodged in the very heart of modern science - imbuing it with its prevailing logics of quietism, cynicism and humanism.

For us, the beginning was understanding the observed variations in the spontaneous discharge of electroscopes. Reich's interpretive analogy of this behaviour, which relied on the electrical theory of the electroscope, simply did not work in light of the fact that we could observe discharge decelerations irrespective of the polarity of the charged electroscope. This progressively led us to identify the kinetoregenerative phenomenon reported in AS2-01, which proposes, based on both experimental and theoretical considerations, that if we separate the gravitational from the electrical interactions of the electroscope, a critical method of extracting and analyzing gravitational interactions - which is completely novel - is finally made possible.

To crack the kinetoregenerative phenomenon, we needed a new analytical treatment of the problem of discharge arrest, so that we could go beyond the mere determination of positional work and take proper account of the variation in time observed for spontaneous electroscopic discharges. At this juncture, we came back to Reich's critical yet completely neglected teaching of the conversion of mass into length, and to what, in fact, underlies it - that every form of inertial mass carries an underlying graviton mass-equivalent wavelength. In AS2-01 we provide the critical mass-to-length conversion which can then be applied for the determination of these wavelengths. Effectively, this method already carries the implication of a periodic table of gravitons and provides both simple and elegant mathematics for those determinations, including for the frequency and wavelength of all gravitons.

From here, we propose a structure for the gravitational field, suggest a way to determine the graviton, and provide the ratio of gravitons per atom of matter. These elements are essential to the foundations for the new Physics - and are now squarely in the public eye. Monographs AS2-02, AS2-06, AS2-07 go on to utilize these basic tools. We introduce and employ certain of the new aetherometric tools as well in the electrical analysis of the behavior of the electroscope.

In monograph AS2-02, we propose - for the first time in the history of basic science - an integrated theory of the action (electric and gravitic) of the electroscope and its responses to different local energy fluxes - electric fields, electromagnetic fields, and nonelectromagnetic-and-nonelectric radiant energy, a form to which we have been referring as 'latent heat' or 'latent energy'. This unitarian theory of the electroscope is discussed without any reference to orgone accumulators. The fact of the matter is, Reich never systematically explored this essential groundwork - which not only has proven to be absolutely critical in establishing the appropriate tools for decoding the functions of the electroscope, but effectively permitted us to apply such tools with precision to the ORAC anomalies. Indeed, there is already an electroscopic or 'latent heat' anomaly in an electroscope - irrespective of its charge polarity - when it is exposed to the sun at midday. That Reich was not able to put his case forward in this systematic manner and extract the principles of a new physics from his accumulator studies, does not mean that the anomalies he discovered were not real or that his discoveries should thereby have been discarded and discredited. It is idiotic to blame someone for having discovered something but not having fully understood it, especially if they understood enough of the field of inquiry to have made the discovery to begin with. But then, Reich's discrediting, in our view, has little to do with science and far more to do with psychiatry and the challenge he posed to a century that was taught to think only mechanistically and mystically, and does so to this day.

In AS2-02, we examine the response of a pair of oppositely charged electroscopes exposed diurnally to the atmosphere, and identify a set of variables, some local, some non-local, that affect its behavior. We will not go into all of them here, but will emphasize the important variable of solar radiation which - at the zenith - instead of accelerating the leakage or seepage rates, as ionization theory would predict it should, slows them down or even brings them to complete arrest. This, coupled with the observations surrounding the other four hidden variables we study in this second monograph, has led us - through a series of intensive experiments - to conclude that the electroscope responds to these variables in such a way that we can integrate all of its responses through our unitarian theory of the functions of the electroscope - capable of covering functions that are electrical, electromagnetic, or which involve 'latent heat' or 'latent energy'. Understanding the electroscopic theory enunciated in AS2-02 was what later, in Volume 2, permitted us to realize that there is a specific domain of electromagnetic energy which mimics the gravitokinetoregenerative phenomenon. In monograph AS2-08 of Volume 2, we relate our discovery that one can mimic the electroscope's response to 'latent heat' by exposing it to a fairly strong radiation of LFOT (low frequency optothermal) photons - particularly in the blue wavelength portion of the spectrum. This is a critical piece of the puzzle, because that portion of the atmospheric electromagnetic spectrum which emulates the electroscopic action of 'latent heat' is produced precisely, so we argue, in response to the electrical, massfree energy that may correctly be called 'orgone'. Evidently, in the photo-induced kinetoregenerative effect, LFOT energy is picked up by those trapped monopolar and massbound charges and employed to feed their anti-gravitational work.

In monograph AS2-03, we compare the tools developed in AS2-01 and AS2-02, and examine the fact that we can now measure local rates of energy flow and thus the power that a local environment can convey to trapped charges in order to sustain the kinetoregenerative phenomenon. We contrast these tools with Reich's notion of an 'OP' (an 'orgonotic potential' at work in the electroscope) which, we show, was nothing but the inverse of the notion of an electric neutralizing current. The fact of the matter is that Reich's formulation of an 'OP' would never have allowed him to escape from the theory of ionization. The tools he required are precisely those we developed in AS2-01 and AS2-02: they are not electric, or at least not just electric, but also gravitational - and based precisely on his experimental pendulum studies of gravitation. Had he possessed or perfected such tools, the 'OP' would not have been of any further interest to him. It would have been understood as simply the reciprocal of the flux of a neutralizing current and nothing more.

We still needed a few more new tools, however, in this first step of our experimental voyage. While Volume 1 of Experiment Aetherometry concerns itself with the two anomalies (thermal and electroscopic) discovered by Reich - their replication, their study and further elaboration by using these new aetherometric tools and approaches - the fact is that its focus lies still somewhere else, in the differentiation of the physical effects characteristic of distinct energy forms. Invariably, this translates into the laying down of a new methodology. The objective of AS2-04 is to complete, with respect to the electroscope, the deployment of this new methodology. Hence, we proceed to an experimental demonstration of the different methods of charging an electroscope, which have remained to this day very poorly understood - despite the pervasive misconception that everything we have to learn from the electroscope has long ago been gleaned. This leads us to examine other field responses of the electroscope - for instance, to the human body or to its peripheral radiant field. We formally demonstrate that the effect the human body has upon the electroscope is neither electrical nor electromagnetic but is precisely akin to the radiant effect of 'latent heat' we have been describing in terms of kinetoregeneration. The capacity of the human body to draw not just the kinetic energy of trapped charges but the charges themselves upon contact is, for the first time, established and differentiated. Though Reich discovered the depressing effect which the approaching human body had upon the negatively charged state of the electroscope, he was not able to put together the difference between the two actions and their targets (field draw of kinetic energy, versus contact draw of electric charges) in the context of an adequate theory of the charged states of the electroscopes. This is the work of monograph AS2-04. Then, and only then, were we in a position to move forward and apply the new aetherometric tools to the thermal and electroscopic anomalies inside the ORAC, together with the novel thermal methodology directly developed in AS2-05.

AS2-05 essentially addresses the ORAC thermal anomaly, whereas AS2- 06 addresses the electroscopic anomaly inside ORACs. In AS2-05, we first examine what we have termed the Reich-Einstein experiment, then proceed fundamentally to test the thermal response of ORACs under direct exposure to solar radiation. In the process, we put forth what is in essence a new theory of blackbody radiation, buttressed by criticism of existing blackbody radiation theories. We bring in other novel tools of Aetherometry - which will be discussed later and more fully in Theoretical Aetherometry - to 'put the last nail in the coffin', so to speak, by demonstrating that, with accumulators exposed directly to the sun, blackbody theory cannot account for the heat evolved inside the devices. So this establishes a final proof that the ORAC thermal anomaly is real and that the production of heat is taking place inside the device and is not the result of passive absorption.

In AS2-06, using the tools of AS2-01, AS2-02, AS2-03 and AS2-04, we examine the electroscopic anomaly inside ORACs, not simply to validate what Reich described as an arrest of the spontaneous electroscopic leakage - but to formally demonstrate why the observed arrest is not electric. We can no longer speak of electrical effects at this phenomenological level because the spontaneous seepage is equally arrested inside the accumulators, a fact which Reich never mentioned and which his theory of the electroscope essentially ignored and had to ignore, since he refused to accept - and thus failed to realize - that electroscopes charged with hair- stroked rods were charged with negative electricity. Employing the new tools of the previous monographs, we go on to quantify the degree of 'latent heat' accumulated inside an ORAC, and illustrate clearly that this energy is significantly greater than the measured thermal energy, the sensible thermal energy, inside the same device. These monographs, taken together, prove the presence in the ORAC of two different energies - one thermal and one latent - and suggest, through the methodological concatenation of the reasoned experiments, that sensible thermal heat is effectively derived from the latent insensible 'heat' trapped inside these devices. In the thermal anomaly, 'latent heat' is converted into sensible thermal heat or electromagnetic energy, whereas in the electroscopic kinetoregenerative phenomenon, 'latent heat' is converted into antigravitational work. This provides an explanatory model where the thermal anomaly observed atop even simple Faraday cages is the direct result of 'latent heat' preferably escaping the action of the local gravitational field by flowing out through the top of the metal cage.

Finally, having pursued this stepwise examination of the foundations of orgonometry, we are now in a position to ask what an 'org' (a mathematical concept of an energy unit adequate to orgone, developed by Reich) actually corresponds to, as a unit of aether energy. This leads us, in AS2-07, into a further methodical study of the 'latent heat' of gases, the so-called intrinsic potential energy of monoatomic and polyatomic gases, and therefore to an in-depth study of 'latent heat'. The conclusion is that 1 org, in accordance with Reich's argument, is equivalent to approximately 10 joules. Comparative experiments are conducted which maximalize the production of heat in black ORACs and minimize it in white ORACs. It is by means of this comparative analysis that we are able to reveal the core accumulation of 'latent heat' inside these devices, and correlate it with the so-called intrinsic potential energy of molecules under STP conditions. This completes the first experimental volume.