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Aetherometric treatment of the energy radiation
output by Tesla coils, Part 2:
Massfree and massbound nonelectromagnetic functions
and resultant characteristic electromagnetic frequency of the coil

by Correa, Paulo N. & Correa, Alexandra N.

Published in January 2002.     20 pages.

Experimental Aetherometry, Vol. 2A

Monograph AS2-14

Price:   US $20   ($16 ISFA)

This monograph is also included in the print edition of Experimental Aetherometry, Vol. 2A


In the previous paper we experimentally demonstrated how the TC does not output either AC electromagnetic radiation, or ion-mediated electric fields. We further showed that the proximal 'electrostatic field effect' of these coils is not a byproduct of any ionizing electromagnetic field, but the result of the interaction of metallic matter with the proximal capacitative and inductive field of the coil. In the previous report, we identified two distinct oscillating field effects: one proximal, and associated with the capacitatively and inductively formed alternate flux of massbound charge in the coil secondary, and the other proximal and distal, and conveyed, both electrically and magnetically, by the flux of massfree charge radiating from the secondary and the space surrounding it, when the coil is not loaded in resonance. The so-called 'electrostatic field' effects then result from the interaction of target bodies with the proximal field effect of synchronous massbound and massfree charge oscillations, just as the more distal field effects, including conversion into photon energy, result from the radiative deployment of massfree charge emitted by the coil. Both field effects have distinct drawing actions upon metallic conductors, with the proximal field drawing conduction and valence negative charges, and the massfree field drawing only conduction charges.

We proposed at that time that these 'electric' and 'magnetic' wave functions are electric and not electromagnetic, and thus not amenable to the notion that TCs are electromagnetic energy transmitters. Instead, their VLF signature is the product of the resolution of the primary superimposition of the capacitoelectric and magnetoinductive wave functions characteristic of the electrokinetic energy of the massbound charges circulating in the secondary. Hence, in the present communication, we complete our demonstration of how the characteristic electromagnetic frequency of the coil, FC, results from the resolution of the electrocapacitative and magnetoinductive wave frequencies, FA and FB, of electronic charges.

We further propose that this process, in turn, is driven by the capture of electric massfree energy by massbound charges, in the form of their kinetic energy, and that it is the shedding of this kinetic energy that directly gives rise to blackbody photon production.