Concord, ON, Canada
The indirect 'orgone effect' of Tesla radiation:
ambipolar aether and blackbody radiation spectra
by Correa, Paulo N. & Correa, Alexandra N.
Published in April 2002. 50 pages.
Experimental Aetherometry, Vol. 2B
Price: US $35 ($28 ISFA)
This monograph is also included in the print edition of Experimental Aetherometry, Vol. 2B
The authors demonstrate how Tesla coils produce an electrically ambipolar aether radiation field analogous to that emitted by the Sun, and explain how such massfree aether radiation fields interact with Faraday cages to produce two distinct types of radiation inside them: (1) a pool of 'latent heat' experimentally detected (in the dark) by a local increase in the antigravitic kinetoregenerative power of charged electroscopes irrespective of polarity; (2) blackbody spectra of high frequency LFOT photons generated by the shedding of electrokinetic energy from electronic and molecular charge carriers - energy that was captured from the electric aether energy radiated by the original source. Experiments performed with Tesla coils tuned to the modal spectrum of solar ambipolar radiation (OR subspectrum), show indirect generation of LFOT photons, and the tuning of such coils to generate ambipolar radiation in the DOR subspectrum is shown to generate HFOT photons. It is proposed that all blackbody radiation spectra result from aether (massfree) energy spectra formed within an aether electric (ambipolar) continuum of massfree energy, and a formal aetherometric model is introduced to permit correlation between the two energy spectra, aether and photonic, employing solar radiations as an example.
This effectively constitutes the first time that in the history of science the spectrum of ambipolar energy is characterized and identified, along with its two subspectra, ORgone and DORgone.