# Macrovortices

Any motion of a material medium is at the same time the aether motion with the same average velocity field. The circular motion of a material medium can obtain the special properties when the microvortices of the material particles are covered by the aetheric macrovortex, which velocity field differs from the material velocity field. The vortices (aetheric and material), which slide over each other, influence and mutually support each other. The aetheric vortex absorbs the aetheric inexhaustible energy, which accelerates the vortex flow to the maximum speeds, approaching to the speed of light. As a result, the aetheric macrovortex transfers its inexhaustible energy into the material medium.

The annular (vortical) aetheric beam in the magnetic field, which creates a medium for the free aetheric flows, is the necessary but insufficient condition for this effect. The vortex should obtain an appropriate shape and a sufficient energy to be self-sustaining. This effect is called the “magnetic field disruption” (MFD).

The most natural condition for this effect is: the rotation of a magnetized body by the external forces, which convey the momentums to the body particles in a form of the aetheric beams, which become closed into a continuous annular (vortical) beam.

The motionless solid body does not support the aetheric vortices, which are created only due to a magnetic field in this body (for example, in a permanent magnet). This body retains the vortices by the electromagnetic forces as it is possible, and often emits them into the environment (see "Torsion field"). The moving (rotating) solid body supports and retains an aetheric vortex, according to its degrees of freedom.

A free liquid (gaseous) vortex creates an aetheric vortex directly in its typical form. The appropriately shaped magnetic field may be a result of some kind of a gyromagnetic effect. From ("Electricity", 1 and 2) this follows: $\mathbf{\overrightarrow{B}}=-curl\frac{\rho\mathbf{\overrightarrow{v}}}{q}\tag{1 – SI}$ $\mathbf{\overrightarrow{B}}=-curl\frac{\varepsilon\rho\mathbf{\overrightarrow{v}}}{q}\tag{1 – Sim.}$ where $$q$$ is a volumetric density of an electric charge, as a measure of electrostatic field. The (1) implies that the strongest magnetic field is produced by a weakest electric field. The electric field can emerge when the dielectric fluids (gases) with the polar (dipole) molecules are polarized. The water, for example, has one of the highest permittivities among the liquids. The water and the steam are demonstrating phenomena of the magnetic field disruption, which is used in the inventions of Viktor Schauberger.

The magnetic effect of an eddy current produces a vorticity effect (see “Aetheric effect of current”) also up to the magnetic field disruption, for example, in the electrolytes and in the plasma.

The aetheric macrovortices with the enough powerful electrostatic fields ionize the gases and produce the plasma.

The plasmoids are the plasma vortices, which are combined with the aetheric macrovortices. For example, it is the ball lightning (see also «UFO»).