Aether - Aether. Antigravity & Gravity Control

2. Ideas of philosophers and astronomers of the Middle Ages about the universe. (II century – XVII century)

Ideas of philosophers and astronomers of the Middle Ages about the universe. (II century – XVII century) In the Middle Ages, scientists and astronomers generally adhered to the provisions developed by Aristotle and Ptolemy. The Catholic Church supported these views and officially recognized the initial views of philosophers on the foundations of the universe, adopting

3. Development of views on the Universe in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.

In the nineteenth century, mankind entered a period of active search for new technological solutions and scientific ideas. Discoveries were made in various fields of human activity: physics, chemistry, astronomy, biology, medicine, physiology and sociology. After long centuries of prohibition and persecution, humanity has shaken up and thrown off the shackles of prolonged stagnation and

Gravity meter Yarkovsky

Ivan Osipovich Yarkovsky and his Gravity meter. In 1887, Yarkovsky put forward the “Kinetic Hypothesis of Universal Gravitation”. In his theory, he gives gravitation a purely mechanistic interpretation, assuming that the gravitational acceleration of bodies is associated with the pressure on them of chaotically moving particles of Ether. Yarkovsky represented Aether (a hypothetical medium that

Light water

Light water, deuterium depleted water, DDW, litewater. There are nine types of water molecules in Nature, since three isotopes of hydrogen and three isotopes of oxygen give nine combinations. Light water is formed from the hydrogen isotope H1 and the oxygen isotope O16. Basically, these molecules form ordinary water, but it also contains other isotopes

Time Travel 1

In 1895, H.G. Wells published The Time Machine, in which he spoke in detail about time travel. This extraordinary foresight appears several years before the end of the undivided rule of Newtonian physics. Indeed, Albert Einstein published in 1905 his special theory of relativity (today it has become obsolete), which threatens the concept of space-time

Transmission of thought

Remote extrasensory interaction between two minds, transmission of thought A group of international neuroscientists and robotics engineers have discovered for the first time that a human brain can indeed “talk” to another human brain in a direct manner, even from thousands of kilometers away. The study, conducted in coordination with Harvard Medical School, on the

See the sound

science physics popular physics See the sound. Check out this famous video and see for yourself. The sound can be seen, it draws the correct patterns, depending on the frequency. Sound is a longitudinal, mechanical wave. Sound can travel through any medium, but it cannot travel through a vacuum. There is no sound in outer