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Series 3 - Aetherometric Theory


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Vol. VII - The Solar System

Introduction and Table of Contents     (20 pages, 150 kB)
Front Cover     (24 MB)


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AS3-VII.1 The Swing, the Wake and the Spin: Of Gravitational Cycloidal Waves and Gravitons

Correa PN, Correa AN
Aetherom Theor of Synchronicity, Vol. 7, 1:1-76 (February 2023)

Having previously decoded the existence of elementary massfree gravitons, the authors set out in search of the free gravitons that may aptly describe the gravitational field of any and every construct of mass-energy, no matter how small or large. in the specific cases of the fields of the Earth and Sun, those were found to be high-energy massfree gravitons. The authors then return to the world of cycloids and trochoids to understand pendular (SHM) motion (the swing) and how pendula behave when the suspension point is set in motion, in particular when linear and rotary wakes occur. They uncover the functional relation between the massfree energy of the swing and the kinetic energy of a swinging mass, and compare the swing and the wake to the spin of a top or gyro. They show how gyros cancel most of their weight, not inertial mass. Integration with pendular motion then leads to an algebraic theory of rotary vacuum-gravitational envelopes (RVGE) of massfree gravitonic energy surrounding astrophysical bodies, that are responsible for rotational states, proximal satellite motion and the local acceleration of free fall. The RVGEs of the Earth and Sun are studied.

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AS3-VII.2 The Bradley Aberration Revisited

Correa PN, Correa AN
Aetherom Theor of Synchronicity, Vol. 3, 2:77-96 (February 2023)

In search of a measure relating distance and time across the cosmic vastness, the authors put forth the notion that the speed of light cannot, and does not, serve as such a yardstick. They sharpen their novel interpretation of the Bradley aberration of stars as applied to "light from the Sun", that makes the aberration dependent on the velocity of star-emitted modal ambipolar waves, and thus a variable that tallies with the electromagnetic spectrum of a star, barring necessary interpretation of any red or blue shifts that would be present. The authors had previously put forth this proposal, but presently correct it.

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AS3-VII.3 Kepler's Problem and the Problems with the Keplerian

Correa PN, Correa AN
Aetherom Theor of Synchronicity, Vol. 7, 3:1-54 (March 2023)

Kepler's problem was to find the rationale of the places occupied by planets, at once an astrophysical and a mathematico-geometric problem. To find the hidden structure of the solar system raises the fundamental question of the physical relations between Time and Space, and their commensurability. Newton's "third law" throws no light upon Kepler's problem, since it would hold no matter how many planets there were, or what their distances from the Sun might be. In parallel, the definition of Kepler's constant (the Keplerian) that applies to all planetarian orbits, raises the twin questions of what the accurate measures are of radial distance and duration of a revolution. In the present monograph, the authors show how the reciprocal of the Keplerian provides the massfree gravitational energy unit of the solar system, and how it varies from planet to planet. They find that the variation abides by an orderly wave pattern that invokes the fine-structure constant and is the result of the conjunction of three distinct ambipolar wavefronts emitted by the Sun. The authors determine the ambipolar and sonic frequencies of the sweeping wavefronts, and suggest that the latters' structure depends upon differential rotation of three distinct solar layers. Following Kepler's intuition, they provide the musical map of the solar system; but it is different from Kepler's "harmony of the spheres". The authors also determine the power and energy of the basic modal ambipolon emitted by the Sun.

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AS3-VII.4 The Wake and the Spin of the Solar System:
How the Barycentric Motion of the Sun Is Coupled to the Solar Apex
and, Together with the Sun's Drift, Accounts for Orbit Eccentricity

Correa PN, Correa AN
Aetherom Theor of Synchronicity, Vol. 7, 4:1-72 (May 2023)

Using the Earth's orbital as example, the authors present a novel theory of the eccentricity of planetarian orbitals, where a solar drift on the orbital plane combines with the barycentric oscillation of the Sun. The solar barycentric oscillation is analyzed as a component of the rotary wake which the Sun and the solar system execute in the direction of the solar apex, since the two motions share the same periodicity. The drift of the Sun with respect to the Earth defines a velocity vector v1 on the plane of the ecliptic towards the winter solstice, 5.9° away from the apex of galactic ambipolar radiation (+28.988°, 5.708h) and outgoing H• wind. The total solar drift (which includes the linear displacements caused by the equinoctial and apsidal precessions) points to perihelion. The directions of either vector will vary from planet to planet as per their orbital plane, and will precess with time.

Re-analysis of the direction and velocity of the solar apex raises doubts regarding the formation of the helium/hydrogen cone of the local interstellar medium (LISM). Rather, the cone appears to be the result of atomic hydrogen collisions between the outgoing wind and the incoming, extra-galactic nebular hydrogen, and the crossover of the latter with an inleading galactic compression wave appears to be the real wavefront driver of the solar apex, since it affects nearby stars. The solar-apical motion surprisingly abides by Kepler's second law, even as an entirely new, energy-based (aetherometric) algebraic treatment of the gravitational work involved in a two- body system is provided that demonstrates how Kepler's second law breaks down and identifies the consequences that follow with respect to his third law. Together with the solar-apical motion, the barycentric oscillation of the Sun appears to be determinant of the sunspot cycle, and itself the result of a combination of epicycloidal motion and excentric revolution. It generates 3 types of loops, in agreement with existing data, and it is suggested that the overall cycle is 64 years: (2*10.667 yrs)*3 loops. A phase energy structure is also found for the barycentric and solar-apical motions, and their velocity-squared constant identified.

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AS3-VII.5 Sunspots and the Internal Structure of the Sun:
A Little Lesson in Nuclear Physics and Photochemistry

Correa PN, Correa AN
Aetherom Theor of Synchronicity, Vol. 7, 5:1-60 (June 2023)

The present monograph puts forth a radically different understanding of the hydrogen and electron economy of the Sun based upon a totally new treatment of the primary nuclear fusion processes that are ongoing in its core. It shows how sunspots function as two-way (truly ambipolar) plasma channels, and identifies their most important function - to vehiculate modal ambipolar radiation to the surface of the Sun and, magnetically, past the solar plasmasphere. The authors formally demonstrate how solar physics and present-day theory of hydrogen fusion are in error. The solar core is even darker than Herschel thought! It gives off no heat and has no temperature. It is a giant non- thermodynamic fusion reactor and ambipolar generator - and the monograph reveals the exact fusion reactions and the atomic lattice structure of the core that are responsible for the modal solar emissions. To this day, the process is unknown to conventional nuclear physics, though these same authors published the key reactions back in 2005! In the same vein, they provide, in this monograph, a cogent theory of the solar photosphere, of its ionic and free-radical chemistries, as well as of its role in forming the molecular inputs and outputs of the Sun. They demonstrate that all speculations on the fundamental values (mass, volume, pressure, temperature, etc) of the Sun and its core must be re-evaluated and re-computed.

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AS3-VII.6 The Clockwork of the Formless: How the Sun Is a Rhythm-Maker
(Synchronography and Helioseismography)

Correa PN, Correa AN
Aetherom Theor of Synchronicity, Vol. 7, 6:1-60 (August 2023)

This report is about the physics of Time in astrophysical motions. After briefly surveying the state of helioseismography, the authors chisel further the computations of the acoustico-ambipolar waves emitted by the Sun and the differential rotations of its structural layers, and explore how the sweeping fronts issued from these layers synchronously and spatially situate the planets. The fusion unit-reaction time and the rotational speed of the solar core are shown to be interconnected. The true or real solar year becomes an exact physical value; slowly, all the measures of the terrestrial year acquire exact physical relations, while the true or real years of the Earth's translation - around the Sun and around the system barycenter - finally emerge. Accordingly, the computations of the Great Equinoctial or Platonic Year and of the Great Apsidal Year are re-examined, along with Wilhelm Reich's specification of the "lawful galactic numbers" of the Sun and Earth (those of the Moon are also computed). These are found to be root-time numbers, and their significance is explored. Lastly, the authors re-analyze the gravitational acceleration on the surface of a "pulsatile" Sun, correcting the value of the Sun's radius and uncovering its surface ejection velocity filter.

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AS3-VII.7 The Wandering Petals of the Sun Flower:
Dances of Translation, Rotation and Precession

Correa PN, Correa AN
Aetherom Theor of Synchronicity, Vol. 7, 7:1-68 (September 2023)

Planet by planet, this essay moves through the petals of the solar flower to tease out fundamental characteristics ("strange ratios" that invoke π, α and "root-time" numbers) linking their translation(s), rotation and precession(s). Mercury's translation and apsidal precession affords the most amusing case: the apparently objective hoax of its anomalous perihelion advance. Formally, analytically and factually, the authors rigorously prove that there is no anomalous advance of the perihelion of Mercury, only a persistently a-scientific way to compute orbital velocities that introduces everywhere a systematic error. If the claimed advance were anything other than this error, what it would correspond to is the physical difference in time between the computation of the real motion of the planet on the plane of the ecliptic with reference to the rest of the mass of the solar system, vs. computation of the same motion relative to the Sun alone. But finding this real physical difference requires that either motion be computed correctly by reference to the mean geometric radius of each planet's orbit, and not by reference to the semi-major axis of such orbits. Thus, even the real difference was never properly computed by astrophysics, or by Einstein's Relativity for that matter. As computed, the difference itself is merely an artifact of wrong computation.

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AS3-VII.8 The Toroidal Plasmaspheres of Stars and Planets under Gravitational-Ambipolar Equilibrium
and the Dual-Sourced Geomagnetic Fields

Correa PN, Correa AN
Aetherom Theor of Synchronicity, Vol. 7, 8:1-160 (November 2023)

The investigation opens with a definitive demonstration that in the presence of an equilibrium between the opposing forces of gravity and ambipolar radiation, planets orbit the Sun with the electrokinetic energy and velocity provided by their plasma envelopes (plasmaspheres), in the same direction as that of the rotation of all three solar layers. Newton's second law of motion is not a causal law per se, and the authors propose that it be substituted by one that is, which they formulate. They find there is transfer of the ambipolar energy that counteracts the gravitational work, into the energy of orbital motion.

Next, the monograph presents a long investigation and computation of two related physical plasma structures responsible for : 1) solar and planetarian geomagnetism, which the authors propose to have a dual causation (translational and rotational); and 2) the solar and planetarian plasmaspheres - whose concept replaces current understanding of so-called magnetospheres.

A detailed analysis of the Earth's geomagnetic field identifies the complex relation between its internal structure and the toroidal and vortico-poloidal ambipolar fluxes responsible for the plasma field distribution. It is proposed that the Earth's core is powered by substellar fusion cycles, in particular those that generate oxygen, silicon and iron. Experimental results lead the authors to the determination of the energy and voltage of the terrestrial ambipolons emitted from the core, which drive the terrestrial geoplasma. The surface geoplasma is measured and its value consistent with the analytical expectations from surface atmospheric pressure and the proposed terrestrial inner core model. A parallel analysis of the geomagnetic field of the Sun and sunspots is carried out.

In contrast to the particularities of the Sun's regular toroidal plasmasphere, all planetarian plasmaspheres are shown to form distorted but isomorphic plasma toruses, and their magnetic fields to be distinct from, though interrelated with, the geomagnetic fields of each planet. The ambipolar voltages of the planetarian and solar plasmaspheres are identified and calculated. A ratchet-like process is suggested to connect solar rotation to the planetarian orbitals and the rotation of their plasmaspheres. While the impulses from the solar ambipolar radiation buffets each planet to compensate for the gravitational pull of the entire system, the plasmaspheres trap plasmas of opposite charge at the voltages induced by capture of the solar radiation at a distance. They also store and deliver the electrokinetic energy of translation, while rotating slowly via the ratchet-like process that captures solar ambipolar radiation. The result is that planets float on a double torus of electric charge, whose slow magnetic wave serves as minor driver of planetarian rotation, while the plasmaspheres surf forward on the sweeping ambipolar wavefronts. The authors find that the magnetic waves of the plasmaspheres of all the primary planets of the solar system have a near-constant velocity.

Whenever possible, similar analyses of the geomagnetic and plasmaspheric fields are carried out for the other planets, and the data compared to conventional values.

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AS3-VII.9 The Kinetic and Growth Order of the Solar System

Correa PN, Correa AN
Aetherom Theor of Synchronicity, Vol. 7, 9:1-43 (November 2023)

The role of π in the Space and Time manifolds of the solar system is investigated, along with the roles of the fine-structure constant and the napierian in the kinetic order of growth and differentiation of the solar system. The aetherometric expressions for the energy-dependent growth rate of a system and its half-maximal velocity are introduced. The "near-4" values relating alpha and the napierian in the context of planetarian orbitals and their lawful periodicities are determined by a series of correlated tests. A novel theory of planet formation is proposed that is consistent with the order and growth rate of the solar system. The authors revisit the energy-analysis of the barycentric and solar-apical motions of the Sun, and their constant K, as well as compute the individual and total mean velocities of the barycentric oscillation of the Sun with respect to all planets. Then they do the unthinkable - they compute the energy and power driving the Sun's rotation and the barycentric-cum-apical translation, and speculate on the power and energy driving its galactic translation. The authors also estimate the total number and power of the ambipolons emitted from all layers of the Sun, and of those that are able to exit its plasmasphere, as well as their densities at the distances of particular planets. The powers and energy driving the Earth's rotation and translation are equally computed, along with those of the terrestrial RVGE.

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