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[Overview of Experimental Aetherometry Vol. 2]


So, now we should ask - is what Reich called 'orgone' in fact 'latent heat'? The answer is a complex one and, although it is covered in Volume 1 of Experimental Aetherometry, a question mark is deliberately left on the matter. We conclude the first volume with the question of whether there is an effect of optothermal light upon and inside the ORAC that could be responsible for the electroscopic kinetoregenerative phenomenon - because, if there were, then the entire argument regarding 'latent heat' might not be necessary: the other transformation of ambipolar electric energy - specifically, optothermal photon radiation - might suffice to explain either of the anomalies. It is in this sense that in AS2-08, in Volume 2 of Experimental Aetherometry, we go on to document our discovery of a photoinduced kinetoregenerative phenomenon in the electroscope, whether charged positively or negatively, that is exclusively caused by LFOT photon radiation. This has never been reported before, nor experimentally isolated and demonstrated, and neither Reich nor Hallwachs nor others ever tested it. We exhaustively demonstrate that out of three types of light, only one type - that which we have termed LFOT light - can mimic the kinetoregenerative phenomenon driven by 'latent heat' inside the ORAC, or at midday on an electroscope positively or negatively charged and exposed to solar radiation through the filtering of the atmosphere.

However, we also formally show that interposition of a simple ORAC layer between the light source and the target electroscope suffices to abrogate this LFOT photon-induced kinetoregenerative phenomenon, whether the light source is short or long wavelength, including IR. This clearly indicates that the electroscopic anomaly inside the ORAC is NOT light sourced. Our experimental protocol employed accumulators which were completely light sealed and had two very thick outer layers. Likewise in the matter of the thermal anomaly, in particular the stringent replication of the Reich-Einstein experiment, the cages and the ORACs were placed essentially in a dark room.

In our intensive experimental process, it gave us pause to realize that we had finally secured the tools to separate 'orgone' and 'latent heat' - in other words, the massfree electrical and massfree nonelectrical effects - one from the other, and both from light itself. The electroscopic effect of the ORAC is not electric, but neither is it caused by light or sensible heat (IR light). Inside the accumulator there is no light intensity of a comparable energy density or power to what is needed to account for the kinetoregenerative phenomenon, whereas when charged electroscopes are directly exposed to the sun there, of course, is. But the kinetoregenerative effect inside ORACs is tremendously more intense than that observed with atmospheric electroscopes. Hence, the critical importance of the basic experiments conducted with the electroscope inside the accumulator. When we block the entrance of light with a simple orgone accumulator layer - a facsimile, a simulated section of a layer - this, by itself, is enough to abrogate entirely the photo-induced kinetoregenerative phenomenon. With these experiments, we were able to demonstrate that while some light, ie LFOT light, can feed the kinetoregenerative effect, so must 'latent heat', since the same effect can be observed in the absence of the required light intensity and mode, and in the presence of sensible thermal radiation (IR light) which, by itself, is insufficient to account for the observed arrest.

Then comes AS2-09, where we present a balanced chemical and photonic model of the atmospheric allotropic cycle that depends upon the asymmetric creation of massbound charges, specifically negatrons, following Reich's discovery of a mutual conversion of oxygen and water with ozone and acid ion. The OR portion of the cycle contributes both the negatronic charges and the LFOT photons, to produce oxygen and water, whereas the reverse portion of the cycle is driven by the HFOT photons contributed by DOR radiation, and yields both ozone and acid ion. In the atmospheric allotropic cycle, the driving source of both OR and DOR is solar radiation. In the OR-driven portion of the cycle, there is a reduction of ozone brought about by the creation of charged leptonic mass and the input of a near-UV LFOT, with consequent release of both heat and blue light. In the DOR driven portion of the cycle, there is a free-radical process of molecular photodissociation driven by successive HFOT inputs that results in the formation of ozone and the acidification of hydrogen, with a final threshold ionization at the Hartree energy limit (47 nm HFOT). We have not yet revealed the OR and DOR energy and frequency characteristics responsible for the production of the LFOT and HFOT inputs that we describe in AS2-09, but understanding the cycle with balanced enthalpies is the stepping stone to a later comprehension of these relations responsible for the production of blackbody photons.

In the second volume of Aetherometry, we are no longer concerned with the orgone accumulator per se. It returns in discussions, as does the Faraday cage, other thermal anomalies, electroscopic discharge arrests, and so on; but the concern of the second volume is to establish the relationships between electromagnetic energy, 'latent heat' and, above all, massfree electric radiation. The focus now is on understanding electromagnetism, but armed with critical new experiments and a completely novel experimental theory of the operation of induction coils and Tesla coils. Through this study we are able to resolve the problem of magnetism, the relationship between the ambipolar electric spectrum of the aether and the electromagnetic blackbody photon spectrum, as well as provide a totally new analysis of longitudinal massfree electric waves. We also propose a completely new way of understanding electromagnetic energy, by clearly grasping the fact that all ionizing electromagnetic energy can only result from the decay or decomposition of Matter and that it has no underlying support in the Aether. So there are different methods of producing photons, and only blackbody photons need invoke an energy continuum which, incidentally, is not electromagnetic in nature.

Those familiar with the work of Reich are aware that he wondered, in his Oranur Report, whether Tesla waves were 'orgone' radiation or not, a matter which he never went back to resolve. For us, after having performed the experiments that we report in AS2-13 and AS2-17, it is now clear that Tesla waves are, in fact, massfree electric wave radiation. Following a series of experiments collected in the Oranur Report, Reich suggested that while 'orgone' interferes with conventional electricity, it possesses certain electrical properties as well. This line of reasoning is followed in his sequence of studies reported in Orgonotic Pulsation, where the sharing of certain quasi-electric phenomena between orgone and electricity leads him to rename the electroscope as the orgonoscope. He did not think the orgonoscope was charged with 'latent heat' and, let us be clear, neither do we. However, by being charged electrically, with monopolar electricity, the electroscope also mediates a gravitational interaction - as we came to discover - where work performed against a local gravity field is subsidized by 'latent heat' in the local environment, its direct physical effect being that of opposing gravity. In other words, there is clearly an antigravitic effect associated with 'latent heat'. This is precisely one of its physical characteristics, as we contend.

Reich was therefore unable to extricate the physical phenomena caused by 'latent heat', specifically those arising from its conversion either into sensible thermal heat or into antigravitokinetic energy, from the physical phenomena directly caused by ambipolar radiation. To employ Bergson's idiom, 'the (energy) mix was improperly differentiated', with distinct physical phenomena not being accurately dissociated. Reich made the first concerted effort to tease out the nature of massfree aether energy and uncover the common functioning principle for energetic variations that in some cases are electrical and in other cases are not. But the principle of variation was not adequately differentiated. Effectively, in the period of 1940 to ca 1951, he employed the term 'orgone' to designate what in fact turns out to be an entire syndrome of distinct massfree phenomena. He suggested that orgone was a better term to designate the dynamic aether by its life-affine properties than simply the term aether, since orgone energy was essentially aether energy. But in 1951-52, with his discovery of what he would term 'DOR' (deadly orgone) in the second part of his Oranur Experiment, he painfully came to realize that orgone and Aether are not equivalent - not at all, since the Aether must also encompass at least another massfree component, DOR. Yet Reich also remained unclear about the electrical nature of DOR.

It is no longer useful or valid today to continue to employ these distinctions in these ambiguous ways. They were quite functional in terms of Reich's own process of discovery, but others have made a mockery of them with their wild and inarticulate claims of replications of the Oranur Experiment. There is a whole network of disinformation on this subject, some of it gathered around that National Enquirer of Free Energy called KeelyNet.

It is no longer viable to refer to OR and DOR without placing these manifestations of aether energy in their proper context. This boils down to the fact that there is indeed a domain of massfree ambipolar electricity which is, in general, radiant - though it can conduct through the ground, through metallic bodies and through dielectrics as well. Its real discoverer was Nikola Tesla - who insisted that his 'electrostatodynamic' electricity was distinct from both electromagnetic energy and the electricity of cathode rays or any other massbound charges. Reich, who gave Tesla very little open credit for Tesla's discovery, and was not even sure that Tesla waves were the same as orgone energy, simply rediscovered this massfree ambipolar energy in its two fundamental antagonistic subtypes, OR and DOR. But his ambivalence towards the electrical or nonelectrical characteristics of OR and DOR precluded him from fully realizing the connection to Tesla waves. Reich understood, however, that OR and DOR form an inseparable continuum. The contribution of aetherometric theory in this context is the demonstration that this continuum of massfree electrically ambipolar aether energy produces all the known blackbody spectra through its interaction with Matter. But aetherometric theory also provides something that neither Tesla nor Reich could - the exact energy, wavelength and frequency characteristics of the OR/DOR continuum. This is presented in AS2-17.

Furthermore, Experimental Aetherometry also provides the corresponding boundaries in blackbody spectra. As we said above, an idealized, smooth or continuous blackbody spectrum will encompass two distinct types of optothermal photons - which we have termed, respectively, HFOT (high frequency optothermal) photons, responsible for feeding dangerous free radical reactions (such as those responsible for smog and ground-level ozone), and LFOT (low frequency optothermal) photons that are essentially beneficial or even critical to life. The entirety of the blackbody spectrum is nonionizing by definition. These two classes of photons are contiguous in the spectrum - the observed break being only qualitative. It is a single spectrum which carries both species and corresponds effectively to a contiguous, more fundamental, underlying spectrum of ambipolar massfree energy encompassing the two qualities - the 'orgone' quality and the 'DORgone' quality - of the ambipolar electric Aether.

What we discovered experimentally - and this is presented in Volume 2 of Experimental Aetherometry - is that we can employ induction coils to produce both types of massfree electric radiation. More specifically, if Tesla coils are operated within certain specific parameters of potential and frequency, they function as exact analogs of the solar ambipolar massfree radiation mode. This is to say they output ambipolar radiant energy within the orgone segment of the massfree electric spectrum. It is then possible to use this as a tool to demonstrate the difference between what is 'orgone energy' as electrical massfree energy and what is the nonelectric 'orgone effect' of 'latent heat'. Both these energies are massfree aether forms, both are fundamental but nevertheless distinct. The sun, like every living system, captures 'latent' energy from its environment. In the case of the sun, 'latent' energy is captured from plasmas in galactic space; in the case of the cell, it is captured from the liquid and gaseous environments to produce action potentials which convert 'latent heat' back into massfree electricity. So, there is a certain justification for Reich to have used the term 'orgone' to apply to both - because these two strata of massfree energy can interconvert. Star processes convert massfree 'latent heat' to massfree ambipolar electric energy, while creating Matter. The same conversion route is followed by living systems. In systems of capture - such as the atmosphere or the ORAC as an analog of the atmosphere - the conversion process goes in the opposite direction, from electric massfree ambipolar radiation back to 'latent energy'.

In Physics it is necessary to designate as different, energy manifestations that are distinct in terms of their very specific physical characteristics. So, in the case of sensible heat, for example, we have the characteristics of sensible temperature and pressure caused by volumetric expansion or contraction of molecular microatmospheres, while in the case of charge we have electrical and magnetic characteristics. In the case of electromagnetism, if it is ionizing, we have the electric effects associated with polarization and ionic fluxes, and if it is not, then we have the very different absorption and chemical phenomena related to the action of HFOT and LFOT photons. Likewise, we have to wonder what these two variants of aether energy are, one electric and the other nonelectric. Should we continue to call them both 'orgone'?

It is true that Reich himself might well have had an inkling of our aetherometric argument - since in Orgonotic Pulsation he went as far as tentatively putting forth the notion of an 'orgone heat'. But that, too, left much unaddressed. Was orgone heat sensible or latent? Reich's description and context suggest he is referring to sensible thermal effects, yet latent heat shares none of those physical characteristics, save indirectly baroscopic effects. And if, before Reich knew of the existence of 'DOR', it still made more sense to contemplate an energy form that sometimes behaved electrically and at other times did not, and thus one could go on replacing 'Aether' with 'orgone', after the Oranur experiment it could no longer make sense to agglutinate three distinct manifestations of massfree aether energy, OR, DOR and 'latent heat', under the same rubric of 'orgone'. With the discovery of 'DOR', it also becomes imperative to separate the electric from the nonelectric variants of aether energy.

Aether is in fact, both historically and conceptually, the correct term to encompass all these electric and nonelectric forms of energy, for they are all physical expressions of the same massfree energy, the Imponderable. In some cases the expression is electrical and carries a duality of qualities. The duality is between OR and DOR, and not between positive and negative. In other cases, it is not electric, and its fine structure remained mysterious until Aetherometry emerged to propose a novel treatment of both gravity and 'latent heat'.

Volume 2 finishes with what, for us, is one of the greatest jewels of this investigation: how to directly extract the blackbody spectrum from the ambipolar massfree radiation of a star - or, for that matter, of any other source of OR and DOR energy. We use the solar spectrum of massfree electric energy as an example. From this, we directly derive the familiar blackbody solar spectrum - both before and after atmospheric absorption.