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Publisher: Aethron Press
Websites: www.westworld.com/~srado www.aethro-kietics.com
From the Publisher
The text book of the 21th century
Praise for this Title:
Caroline Thompson - Department of Computer Science University of Wales, UK.
"I am not alone in wanting a return of the aether!! If you're prepared to devote serious time to the subject, and realise that what he's talking about is just a model, but one that does have some very interesting properties, Steven Rado has worked out the details of a mechanical model and you must read his book. I haven't yet finished it, but he gives one hope that we may some day learn to understand our Universe intuitively if we can first really understand the kinetic theory of gases. Don't worry, Rado will teach you, by means of careful analogies and beautiful pictures. Could this be how we shall be taught physics in the next century?"
Fred Walker - Electronic Engineer - Monterey, California , USA
"I have found your book on Aethro-Kinematics fascinating and difficult to put down for more than brief periods. In selfdefense, therefore, I have had to skim through parts of it. I have juist finished your "Epilogue, so that I can now put it down and get on with other necessary things, but I expect to return to it for further study and reference. as time goes on. -- Your scholarly, presentation has been informative and interesting in many details.
"There is no doubt that, our common idea of a universal aether containing dynamic vortices on every scale and thus accounting for all the mechanical events and relationships in the cosmos, provides a better and more promissinq . prospective for the physical sciences than the conventional ideas which now prevail. We can not know how long it will take for these new concepts to take hold, but when the revolution finally explodes, I am sure that your book and your ideas will have a prominent place in the vanguard."
William C. Mitchell - Institute for Advanced Cosmological Studies - Monterey, California, USA
"I received your book a couple of weeks ago and finally have had time to finish reading it. - It's just great. Your knowledge of science and the problems of "modern" science is absolutely overwhelming. Although I can't say that I'm as yet totally convinced of your wonderful Aethro-Kinematic theory, but you have certainly convinced me that you are on the right track. It seems there has to be a medium of transmission of "stuff" through space. Action-at-a-distance violates all our Earthly experience.
Of course I couldn't fully absorb your ideas in a single reading. I hope to read your book again in the relatively near future and get back to you with with more comment.
Bernard Nurnberger - Electrical engineer - Yokahama, Japan, Planet Earth
"My own test of my understanding is: does it work, can I do something with it, and is it basically simple? -- Aethro-kinematics as you explain it IS simple. I want to do something with it now.
"May I state that this book explains to me many phenomena with remarkable common sense. I want to put this precious knowledge to work. The planet needs help to shed the contamination brought about by this fire-society and their polluting fuels. Aethro-kinematics opens the door to new technologies. Your book also deserves mention in New Energy News, the monthly newsletter of the Institute of New Energy."
Bernard L. Feldman - Electrical engineer, inventor. - Watsonville, California, USA
"I have just started reading it and I am completely fascinated by your presentation. The least that can be said about your book is that Chapters 1-4 and 17 constitute a pedagogical masterpiece on modern physics abd the roots of its contradictions. Your review of classical and modern physics is the best of any I've ever read and I've read quite a few on modern physics."
Dr. Ing. J?rgen Schulz - Member of ISAAP - A-9544 Feld am See, Austria
"I went into the sink vortex model, the rotational gravitation hypothesis, which really got me hooked. Makes a lot of sense. But still left with the remaining question what causes the sink process and where the aether goes in the center of a mass, being converted into mass or energy or what - you are now leaving me with the additional problem of the tangential component of the aether on the surface of the earth, that has in my mind no basis of experimental evidence! Or does it? I hope you can solve my little problem. I'm looking forward to your response."