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Decoding the thermal and nonthermal equivalents of the org
as a unit of aether energy
by Correa, Paulo N. & Correa, Alexandra N.
Published in July 2001. 24 pages.
Experimental Aetherometry, Vol. 1
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This monograph is also included in the print edition of Experimental Aetherometry, Vol. 1
Reich once postulated the org as a natural and experimental unit of OR energy that was referenced to the thermal performance of the ORAC he invented. But he was unable to resolve its exact value, or to provide its thermal and nonthermal equivalences, both experimental and theoretical. The present communication decodes the thermal and nonthermal equivalents of the org, and shows that within the problematics such as Reich posed them, one can only conclude to either the thermal (1 org = 10.5 joules) or the nonthermal and electroscopic (1 org = 30 joules) values that we have experimentally determined, and calculated with the tools of the Aetherometric Theory of Synchronicity (AToS). The issue is complicated by the fact that, once referenced by sensible thermal energy, nonthermal or latent thermal energy is a variable non-integral multiple of the former. In this sense, nonthermal and electroscopic measurements with the white-coated ORAC indicate that the nonthermal org should be placed at 90, rather than 30 joules. The formal resolution leaves open the question of which is the correct determination of the org, but the authors argue that the thermal equivalent (ie 1 org = 10.5 joules), when considered as a molar quantity, can be seen to have a fundamental physical foundation, since it corresponds, molecularly, to a quantum of energy identical to the Boltzmann unit, which underlies all standard gas phases.