Aetheric effect of current

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The magnetic effect of current is accompanied by a corresponding variation of the aetheric pressure. Since this kind of a magnetic field is produced by the material particles, its beam velocity is directly proportional to the magnetic flux density, as well as inside the particles. Therefore, the dynamic pressure of the beams is proportional to a fourth degree of the magnetic flux density. According to Bernoulli's law, there is a corresponding static aetheric pressure field.

This effect causes the abnormal inductive properties for the conductors within the inhomogeneous magnetic fields. This effect is almost not seen in an uniform field of a typical coil/transformer, and so it is little known.

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The flow of current in a shape of a funnel or a conical spiral produces an aetheric flow along the axis. The smaller a turn radius, the higher is a magnetic flux density, and the aetheric flow is directed by a static pressure from a wide section toward a narrow section.

EmDrive is a truncated cone-shaped resonant cavity. The standing microwaves induce the significant eddy currents within the metallic walls of the cavity. The aetheric effect of current produces a thrust toward the cone apex.

Ball lightning generator

This effect stimulates an aetheric vortex at the cone apex. In the generator of artificial ball lightning [1] (an aetheric macrovortex-plasmoid), the electrolytic current flows between the electrodes along the conical surface. A plasma physicist Gerd Fußmann has repeated this experiment [2].

1 — plastic vessel;
2 — ring electrode;
3 — central electrode;
4 — capacitors;
5 — spark gap;
6 — water droplets;
7 — quartz tube;
8 — coal electrode;
9 — copper wire.

Nikolaev’s experiment #29

Nikolaev’s experiment #29 [3]. The aetheric pressure, as a scalar quantity, is reduced around any conductor, even around a closed toroidal coil. As a result, a rarefaction appears between such coils, which causes a considerable force of the mutual attraction.


A researcher I.M. Shakhparonov [4], who uses a pulsating current in the Möbius strip (helical ring) of foil, naturally produces the stable aetheric macrovortices.


  1. Егоров А И, Степанов С И, Шабанов Г Д, Демонстрация шаровой молнии в лаборатории, УФН 174 107–109 (2004)
  2. Gerd Fußmann, Künstlicher Kugelblitz. Leuchtende Plasmabälle im Labor, Physik in unserer Zeit, Volume 39, Issue 5, pages 246–252, September 2008
  3. Г.B. Николаев, Экспериментальные парадоксы электродинамики // Современная электродинамика и причины ее парадоксальности. Перспективы построения непротиворечивой электродинамики. Теории, эксперименты, парадоксы, Томск, 2003 — ISBN 5-88839-045-3
  4. И.М. Шахпаронов, Применение неориентированных контуров при генерации шаровых молний в лабораторных условиях. Шаровая молния в лаборатории, М., «Химия», 1994

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