Here is an interview of me by Greg Carlwood of Higherside Chats, a popular online podcast. The topic focuses on concepts from my presentation Hacking the Ather, which I gave at last year’s 2017 ESTC. This interview was on October 12, 2018.
Hacking the Aether is a simplified Unified Field Model that shows in a very simple way that any relativistic effects are caused by the aether, how the aether has been proven by Dayton Miller and Einstein admitted he had no confidence in his own work anymore, an interferometer experiment that shows the aether is moving from above towards the downward direction causing a gravitational push and many other concepts that are seamlessly tied together.
This presentation, Hacking the Aether is something that I have been wanted to share for many years. It’s roots are in my popular book The Quantum Key but I go much deeper into many of the concepts and tie it all together in a way that has never been accomplished.
At the 2017 Energy Science & Technology Conference, many people commented over the weekend that Hacking the Aether should be the presentation that starts the conference every year because it sets such a foundation and in fact should be the presentation that everyone watches if they’re interested in Free Energy or related technologies.
This is basically Energy Physics 101 and amazingly, there were many attendees including some academics that shared their enthusiasm about the presentation and agreed with ideas that were shared! Times are changing and that kind of agreement tells me that we’re definitely on the right track and that the Time is at hand to start taking these ideas to the mainstream!!
Essentially, this is a simple Unified Field Model that ties together the Aether, Gravity, Inertia, Time, Electricity, Open Systems, and many other natural concepts in a way that they all fit together like a seamless picture. And, this is all done with very simple analogies, common sense and elementary school math with junior high school equations. Just about anyone can understand and appreciate what is being shared in Hacking the Aether even if they do not have technical background.