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The allotropic atmospheric cycle of oxygen, ozone and water:
foundations of photo- and aetherochemistry
by Correa, Paulo N. & Correa, Alexandra N.
Published in October 2001. 42 pages.
Experimental Aetherometry, Vol. 2A
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This monograph is also included in the print edition of Experimental Aetherometry, Vol. 2A
The photochemical cycle of atmospheric oxygen, ozone and water is poorly understood. This is so partially because the cycle of oxygen-ozone is treated as being independent from the cycle of water, but the more fundamental shortcoming arises from two distinct facts: 1) that the single-step photochemical intermediaries for both the O2-O3 cycle and the H2O cycle are poorly understood and incorrectly balanced as to their enthalpies; 2) that the existing photochemical relations fail to account for the physical, pre-atomic processes that generate negatronic charge independently from the known processes of pair production. On both counts, the limitations arise from the fact that existing photochemistry lacks any sort of foundation upon aetherochemistry, which effectively means that existing photochemistry fails to take into account the antagonistic nature of HFOT (high frequency optothermal) and LFOT (low frequency optothermal) photons, as well as the aetherometric process for the generation of negatrons.
In the present paper, the authors propose an integral thermally balanced, functionalist description of the full allotropic cycle of oxygen, ozone and water, including the aetherometric formula for the production of negatrons and their associated gravitons, from aether energy, by a physical process of energy superimposition. In the course of the demonstration, this complex allotropic cycle is related to Reich 's theory of OR and DOR aether energies, for a set of transformations that take acid ion and ozone as the chemical term embodying the DOR aether energy effect. At last, we explain precisely how this term (2H++O3) can be regenerated in the context of the most basic allotropic cycle of the atmosphere. The proposed solution to these distinct problems validates our contention that HFOT photons are DOR aether energy productions, whereas LFOT photons are OR aether energy products.