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Steven Rado
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Steven Rado Abstracts
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  • Revisiting Gravity, Free Fall and Inertia (2010) [Updated 2 years ago]
    by Steven Rado   read the paper:
  • Theory of Evolution of Matter in Aethro-dynamics (2000) [Updated 8 years ago]
  • The Ideal Gas Model of the Aether (1997) [Updated 8 years ago]
  • Aether Waves and Polarization (1996) [Updated 8 years ago]
  • Aether Resistance and the Lorentz Transformation (1996) [Updated 8 years ago]
  • Magnetism & the Ideal Gas Model of the Aether (1996) [Updated 8 years ago]

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  • Revisiting Gravity, Free Fall and Inertia (2010) [Updated 2 years ago]
    by Steven Rado   read the paper:

    This paper was extracted from my new book, Aethro-Dynamics (2009), containing the latter half of Chapter 5, ?Revisiting Gravity, Free Fall and Inertia?. Based on the resolution of ?Polarization? and postulating a corpuscular gaseous Aether, filling all space represents a fundamental cosmospheric pressure, the background force with a unifying equilibrating effect on all locally appearing forces and phenomena. The Aethro-kinematic ?Sink-vortex? and the discovery of ?Theory of Evolution of Matter? is the inert motor of the cosmos, causing Gravity, Free Fall and Inertia.


  • Theory of Evolution of Matter in Aethro-dynamics (2000) [Updated 8 years ago]

    In Aethro-kinematics, published in 1994, we gave an approximative theory of the kinematic origin of the known forces of Nature based on the 'ideal gas model' of the Aether. -This article is a forecast of a part of the second volume, titled 'Aethro-dynamics'. It presents the heuristic theory that matter evolved from the dynamic vorticity of the Aether. The elementary units of matter are permanent flow patterns, condensed under the isotropic constant pressure of the gaseous Aether. This possibility is in agreement with Bernoulli's principle; an application of the law of the 'conservation of energy' in fluid-dynamics. The theory renders a conceptual foundation for E = mc2.


  • The Ideal Gas Model of the Aether (1997) [Updated 8 years ago]

  • Aether Waves and Polarization (1996) [Updated 8 years ago]

  • Aether Resistance and the Lorentz Transformation (1996) [Updated 8 years ago]

  • Magnetism & the Ideal Gas Model of the Aether (1996) [Updated 8 years ago]