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The Aetherometric Theory of the Graviton
by Correa, Paulo N. & Correa, Alexandra N.
Published in December 2003. 38 pages.
Aetherometric Theory of Synchronicity, Vol. 2
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This first monograph of Gravitational Aetherometry begins with the convergence of fundamental physical transformations between mass (inertial, gravitational) and length (radius and wavelength of motion) in the varied kinetic determinations that underlie the basic characteristics of a gravitational field. This leads to an energetic theory of gravitation that permits analysis of the fine structure of massfree gravitons, and to a new model of their co-creation with massbound particles having discrete mass-energies - by the secondary superimposition of the manifold properties of a massfree Aether. The foundations for the commensurability of Space and Time are established, along with elucidation of the cosmological significance of the acceleration constant discovered by W. Reich. Weight becomes understood strictly as a force-function of the graviton, while gravitational analysis is made possible without any direct reference to the functions of mass as such. Finally, the properties and fine structures of the gravitons for the electron and proton are compared and contrasted.