These are essentially the pioneering
technologies developed at the Labofex Experimental and Applied Plasma
Physics Co. and at the Aurora Biophysics Research Institute as an
outgrowth of Experimental Aetherometry
and Aetherometric Theory
. They can
be grouped into four categories: alternative energy and motive
technologies, lift systems, biophysical and biochemical technologies, and
The main alternative energy and motive systems
currently under development
or fully developed include:
1. The first patented pulsed plasma systems
(autogenous pulsed abnormal glow discharge and vacuum-arc discharge)
capable of generating electric energy in excess of breakeven, with peak
power outputs in the 30 to 40kW range.
2. An electrodynamically pulsed and
controlled table-top nuclear fusion reactor designed to operate with the
aetherometric deuterium-tetrad fusion pathway, to produce specific
blackbody spectra by proton end-products, and to operate without neutron,
triton or gamma ray emissions.
3. The first massfree Aether
motor/converter (patent pending) - a novel and improved Orgone Motor
capable of outputs in the 1-100 watt range. 4. A fuel-less latent- and
sensible-heat drive (HYBORAC) for hot-air engines and thermoelectric
converters, capable of sustaining round-the-clock positive differences
well in excess of 10 deg. C, which is expected to yield more than 400
watts in current prototypes.
Aetherometric lift technologies
have resulted from the development of two
different electrogravitic processes: weight-neutralization promoted by the
molecular absorption of tuned ambipolar radiation; and antigravity
promoted by the monopolar lift effect.
Biophysical and biochemical technologies
which have issued from
Aetherometry encompass analytical (chemical and biological) technologies,
detection (physical and chemical) technologies, and products with
potential clinical applications. A short list is provided below:
1. Ambipolar sensors and quantitative detectors for ambient radiation and
biofields (proximity and contact).
2. A novel, acid-base and redox
integral, linear-log p[e] meter for more exact quantitation of chemical
and biochemical reactions.
3. A biological red blood cell radiation
4. A leukemia early-detection kit.
center around the development of the
Aetheroscope. This is a sophisticated data acquisition and analysis
system which will permit in situ quantitative determinations for all
energy interactions, whether involving massbound or massfree particles. It
will provide essential routine analysis of complex physical parameters in
virtually all domains of Physical Science, Earth Sciences, Life Sciences
and Engineering by the much simpler but far more accurate determination
methods provided by aetherometric techniques of computation (new equations
and algorithms: see Aetherometric Theory
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