The awesome implications of his work, and of all those who followed him, were almost entirely concealed by the former Soviet Union, but with the fall of the Iron Curtain and the advent of the Internet we are finally gaining access to “Russia’s Best-Kept Secret.” Two generations of remarkable research by thousands of Ph.D. level specialists have emerged from Kozyrev’s seed findings, which completely change our understanding of the Universe.
With our prominent mention of him in this book, we hope to permanently establish his historical importance and impact to our colleagues and readers.
Figure 1.1 – Dr. Nikolai A. Kozyrev
1.1 THE AETHER
In the Orient, it is often known as “chi” or “ki,” and
special emphasis is placed on its interactions with the human body, such as
in the science of acupuncture. Masters and adepts who inherited the secret
traditions could eventually learn to manipulate this energy to create
miraculous results, such as levitation, teleportation, manifestation,
instant healing, telepathy and the like. Such results have been repeatedly
documented in the 20th century and studied in the laboratory, as we wrote in
As long as you
use a benign term like the “quantum medium” and not the forbidden word ‘aether,’
you can talk about it in the mainstream press without much fear of ridicule.
The mainstream scientific establishment is very heavily polarized against
anyone who gets too close to an ‘aether’ theory, as they “know” that such a
theory must be false and will therefore fight vigorously against it.
However, such suppression only increases the desire and commitment that many
others have put into solving the puzzle.
Clearly, we are not dealing with some weak, unseen force, but rather a source of almost impossibly grand power, which would have more than enough strength to sustain the existence of all of physical matter. In the new view of science that is emerging from aether theory, all four of the basic force fields, whether gravity, electromagnetism, weak nuclear or strong nuclear force, are all simply different forms of the aether/ZPE.
To get another idea
of how much “free” energy really exists all around us, Professor M.T.
Daniels found that the density of the gravitational energy near the surface
of the earth is equal to 5.74 x 10^10 (t/m^3). [Let us not forget that
gravity would simply be another form of aether in this new model.]
Daniels’ finding means that drawing a sizable 100 kilowatts of this “free
energy” power from the gravitational field dips into an extremely tiny
0.001% of the natural energy that is being produced in that area. (New
Energy News, June 1994, p.4)
Let us pay special attention, again, to Tesla’s statement
that the aether has a fluidlike effect when we are dealing with solid
objects, as this ties in directly with the work of Dr. N.A. Kozyrev.
This “candle analogy” is a hallmark of Dr. Hal Puthoff’s model, which he uses to explain why the hypothetical electron does
not radiate away all of its energy and crash into the nucleus. This
seemingly “perpetual motion” within the atom is simply explained away as
“the magic of quantum mechanics” in the mainstream view.
Bearing this in mind, there are two things we can do with such sponges underwater: we can decrease the volume of water that they contain or increase it, by very simple mechanical procedures.
Though it would seem impossible to most people,
Kozyrev showed that by
shaking, spinning, heating, cooling, vibrating or breaking physical objects,
their weight can be increased or decreased by subtle but definite amounts.
And this is but one aspect of his amazing work.
His main work was in astrophysics, where he studied the atmospheres
of the Sun and other stars, the phenomenon of solar eclipses and radiation
equilibrium. By age twenty he had already graduated from the University of
Leningrad with a degree in physics and mathematics, and by age twenty-eight Dr. Kozyrev was widely known as a distinguished astronomer who had taught at
To an already enlightened mind, such bone-jarring
hardship can effectively burn off all desire for gratification from the
material world, removing the resistance to higher consciousness so that a
state of illumination is produced where universal truth can be immediately
recognized and assimilated. From this state, he mused deeply upon the
mysteries of the Universe, paying attention to all the patterns that existed
in life, wherein so many different organisms show signs of asymmetry and /
or spiraling growth.
These expanding proportions also underlie the structure of plants, insects, animals and people, as so many inheritors of the ancient tradition of the Atlantean Mysteries have written, when discussing “sacred geometry” such as the spiraling form known as Fibonacci, Golden Mean and / or “phi” spiral.
From his illuminated observations in the prison camp, Kozyrev considered
that all lifeforms might be drawing off of an unseen, spiraling source of
energy, in addition to their normal properties of gaining energy through
eating, drinking, breathing and photosynthesis. Later in this book we will
see how comprehensive the data is on this point.
Kozyrev suggested that life couldn’t form any other way, because it is actively drawing off of this spiraling energy to sustain itself, and must therefore follow its proportions every step of the way. In this sense we can think of the skeletal system as an “antenna” for this energy.
Figure 1.3 – The “Phi” proportions in the human arm.
When Kozyrev was finally rehabilitated from the prison camp in 1948 and could return to his field of expertise, he made many advance predictions about the Moon, Venus and Mars, which were validated by Soviet space probes more than a decade later. This then earned him the distinction of being a major pioneer in the Soviet space race.
Then, in 1958, Dr. Kozyrev again
aroused worldwide controversy by proclaiming that the Moon exhibited
volcanic activity in the Alphonsus crater. Should this notion have been
true, which most astronomers and scientists flatly refused to believe, then
it meant that the Moon possessed huge natural resources and sources of power
that would make it an excellent stop-over point to propel humanity into the
began publishing the results of these breakthrough studies, many Russian
scientists and a scarce few in the West were prepared to listen, based on
his past successes.
Kozyrev urges us to try to think of a cause for time, something tangible and identifiable in the Universe that we can associate with time. After pondering this for a while, we see that time is ultimately nothing but pure spiraling movement. We know that we are tracing a complex spiraling pattern through space thanks to the orbital patterns of the Earth and solar system. And now, the study of “temporology,” or the science of time, is under continual, active investigation by Moscow State University and the Russian Humanitarian Foundation, inspired by Dr. Kozyrev’s pioneering work.
On their website, they state that:
This may seem strange at first glance, since a tree falling in your yard could be seen as a product of a strong wind, not the “flow of time.” However, you must then ask yourself what caused the wind to blow? Ultimately, the motion of the Earth on its axis is most responsible. Hence, all changes are caused by some form of movement, and without movement there can be no time.
Several of the scholars whose papers are published through
the Russian Institute of Temporology agree that if Kozyrev had changed his
terminology and use of the word “time” to more common scientific terms such
as “the physical vacuum” or “the aether,” then many more people would have
been able to understand his work sooner in the ensuing years. It is not
necessary at this point for the reader to fully grasp the philosophy of
spiraling energy as a manifestation of time, as this will become far clearer
as we proceed.
They also state that:
The connection of psychic phenomena to physics is well known and frequently discussed in the Russian literature that is now becoming increasingly available, and Kozyrev’s work undoubtedly paved the way for it. One of the few Western researchers to notice Dr. Kozyrev’s work was Dr. Albert Wilson of the Douglas Research Laboratories in California, who said,
Dr. Wilson’s timing was about one decade too short, as now at the dawn of the 21st century we can finally put all the pieces together. In order to keep our terms consistent, we will use the common scientific terms “torsion fields” and / or “torsion waves” to describe the spiraling flow of “time energy” that Kozyrev discovered. [The word “torsion” essentially means “spinning” or “twisting.”]
Many Western scientists who have explored these
topics, most notably Lt. Col. Tom Bearden, call them “scalar waves”, but we
feel that “torsion waves” is ultimately an easier term to use, since it
continually reminds us of their spiraling nature. The reader should be aware
that in all cases, what we are dealing with is simply an impulse of momentum
that travels through the medium of the aether / ZPE / physical vacuum, and
does not possess electromagnetic qualities.
We will begin with a preliminary discussion of Einstein’s theory of
relativity, followed by Dr. Eli Cartan’s additions to the model, which first
established the existence of torsion fields in theory.
Space that is curved? “Wait…isn’t space supposed to be empty?” you ask. How can you curve something that is empty? As we can see, the significant problem in visualizing Einstein’s gravity model is with the word “curve”, as this is something that a flat, elastic sheet would do. Indeed, most attempts to visualize Einstein’s results picture planets as if they were weights that were depressing an imaginary flat rubber sheet that is stretched out in space as the “fabric” of space-time.
An object such as a comet or asteroid
simply follows the geometry of the sheet as it moves towards the Earth. The
problem with this model is that any curvature of space-time would need to be
moving in towards a spherical object from all directions, not just a flat
plane. And furthermore, one still requires a force of gravity to pull a
weight down into a flat rubber sheet. In a weightless space, the ball and
the sheet would simply float around together.
Such ideas can be traced to John Keely, Dr. Walter Russell
and more recently Walter Wright with his well-established “Push Gravity”
We are then caught up in the gigantic current of the river of energy that streams into the Earth, much as mosquitoes get stuck to a screen window while the air blows right through the screen. Our bodies cannot travel through solid matter, but the current of aetheric energy certainly can – and this is one of the many things that Keely, Tesla, Kozyrev and others demonstrated. A star or planet must continually draw energy from its environment in order to “stay alive.”
Kozyrev had made very similar conclusions about our Sun back in the 1950s,
concluding that stars acted as “machines that convert the flow of time into
heat and light.”
And in 1924, he wrote,
1.5 TORSION PHYSICS
This area of physics is typically referred to as Einstein-Cartan Theory, or ECT. Cartan’s theory wasn’t taken too seriously at the time, as it came out before the days of quantum physics, when elementary “particles” such as electrons were believed to rotate or “spin” as they orbited the nucleus. Most people are unaware that it is now generally accepted that the space surrounding the Earth and perhaps the entire Galaxy has “right-handed spin,” meaning that energy will be influenced to spin clockwise as it travels through the physical vacuum.
In 1996, Russian Drs. Akimov and Shipov wrote that:
As we shall easily see, Dr. Kozyrev’s work was the main influence for the more than 5,000 Russian papers on this subject as of 1996. In classical physics models, torsion fields were never considered to be a universal force on the level of gravity or electromagnetic energy, largely because they only existed theoretically. Cartan’s original 1913 theory speculated that torsion fields would be some 30 orders of magnitude weaker than gravitation, and gravity is already known to be 40 orders of magnitude weaker than electromagnetic energy!
With such a miniscule level of influence, so said
the theories, the naturally-spinning “torsion fields” were basically an
irrelevant footnote that would not make any noticeable contributions to the
phenomena that we can observe in the universe.
The myth of the Einstein-Cartan
theory was that the spiraling torsion fields could not move, (i.e. they
would remain static,) and could only exist within a space far smaller than
the atom. Sciama et al. demonstrated that these basic torsion fields
expected in ECT did exist, and they were referred to as “static torsion
fields.” The difference was that “dynamic torsion fields” were demonstrated
as well, with properties far more remarkable than Einstein and Cartan had
This phenomenon allows torsion waves to propagate through space instead of simply staying in a single “static” spot. Thus, torsion fields, like gravity or electromagnetism, are capable of moving from one place to another in the Universe. Furthermore, as we shall discover in later chapters, Kozyrev proved decades ago that these fields travel at “superluminal” speeds, meaning that they far exceed the speed of light.
you can have an impulse that moves directly through the “fabric of
space-time”, travels at super-luminal velocities and is separate from
gravity or electromagnetism, you have a significant breakthrough in physics
– one that demands that a “physical vacuum”, “zero-point energy” or “aether”
must really exist.
been rigorously peer-reviewed, and Lavrentyev and others have replicated the
results independently. (We have omitted the mathematical / analytical
analyses of Kozyrev’s results in this book to enhance its readability.)
Certain specially-made detectors using rotation and vibration were designed
that would react in the presence of torsion fields, which Kozyrev called the
“flow of time.”
Over the years, all of the following processes were discovered to create a “time flow” of torsion waves in the laboratory, due to their disruption of matter in some form:
Other than the perplexing final item related to consciousness, we can readily see how each process is disturbing matter in some way, thus causing it to absorb or release minute amounts of its aetheric “water,” which fits perfectly with our sponge analogy. Even more importantly, the fact that strong emotional energy could also cause a measurable at-a-distance reaction has been repeatedly documented, not just by Dr. Kozyrev but many others, and this is where our concepts of psychic phenomena and consciousness come into the picture.
Such concepts became even bigger news after the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attack on the United States, when Dean Radin and his team at the Institute of Noetic Sciences were able to measure a tremendous change in the behavior of computerized random-number generators surrounding the time immediately before and after the attack:
Figure 1.4 – Data from Radin / INS measuring a change in mass consciousness
on Sept. 11, 2001
The graph shows that somehow, a change in the mass consciousness of humanity
affected the behavior of electromagnetic energy in computer circuits around
the world, especially those computers nearest to North America. Later we
shall see that this is just the beginning of a whole new world of
“consciousness science.” We will suggest that torsion waves and
consciousness are essentially identical manifestations of intelligent
As we can see, all of the above
behaviors fit in quite nicely with our analogy of the “sponge” of matter
absorbing or releasing small amounts of energetic “water”.
Research of Shipov, Terletskiy and other Russian theorists have directly associated the energy of torsion fields with the energy of gravity, thus leading to the term “gravispin energy” and the science of “gravispinorics.” In these new theories, gravity and spin are coupled in the same basic manner as electrostatics and magnetism join to form the electromagnetic wave.
Though torsion waves can travel in any
direction, they are most typically absorbed into the downward flow of the
gravitational field. So, the strongest effects of the pressure of torsion
waves would be a slight spiraling movement that is joined with gravity.
Since it is a very subtle pressure, we do not typically notice any such
movement in ourselves or in falling objects.
Detecting torsion waves is a more difficult process than
sailing, as the torsion waves are continually changing their direction in
the form of a three-dimensional spiral. Somehow, you must create vibrations
in the detecting object that will allow it to continually harness a
three-dimensional, moving spiral of energy force.
Kozyrev suspended this beam with
a string (filament) of capron that was 30 micrometers in diameter and 5-10
centimeters long. The string was attached much closer to the heavier end of
the beam than the lighter end, so that the beam would remain in a perfect
horizontal position under the effects of gravity. This positioning also
created greater stress within the beam itself, making it move very easily.
The lighter end of the beam was fashioned into a pointer, so that Kozyrev
could measure on a protractor how many degrees the beam had moved at any
This is similar to the power of the lever to allow a person to lift up their entire car with the simple cranking up of the jack. Then, when you also add the stress of the vibrations moving up and down the string and into the balance itself, you have all the necessary ingredients to make the detector so extremely sensitive that the whisper-soft pressure of torsion waves can show a measurable effect. This is one of several clever ways to capture and detect these forces.
example, a gyroscope may be set in motion and then hung from a string that
The puck may remain perfectly still when left
alone, but if you introduce new energy into the system by hitting the puck
while the air is on, it moves extremely fast and with very little effort.
When the air is off, the puck moves much more slowly and requires a greater
force to set it in motion.
Naturally, you will not detect torsion waves
with a pendulum if it is not asymmetrical and / or if you do not introduce
vibrations into it at the top of the string. Another way to visualize this
effect is our analogy from the prologue, regarding the difference between a
drop of water that is placed onto cold metal as opposed to that which is
placed on a hot skillet. The vibrations of the metal in the skillet will
cause the water to zip around the pan, becoming very sensitive to the
slightest change in pressure from any direction.
In Part Two we will discuss the voluminous evidence to
prove that the human energy field does indeed exist, as the torsion-wave
component to our physical bodies.
Again, the key component to the experiment was that the top of the string needed to be vibrated in order to introduce the extra tension and movement that would allow the pressure of the torsion waves to be picked up by the pendulum. This is another experiment that shows how the sheer mass of the 10-kilogram weight behaves like a sponge in water, creating “ripples” in the surrounding “water” when it is moved up and down.
Again, this is a basic property of
Normally, with the weights on either side in a stable
position, the beam would stay balanced at a certain weight that could be
measured on its scale. Kozyrev would then stabilize the arm of the beam
balance either with his hand or a clamp so it wouldn’t move, and remove the
object on the left from its hook. Then, he would shake the object up and
down on the piece of rubber for about one minute. That’s all!
This is known as a “time-variable”
phenomenon and will be discussed below.
These include A.I.
Veinik from the 1960s-1980s, Lavrentyev, Yeganova et al. in 1990,
Lavrentyev, Gusev et al. in 1990, and Lavrentyev et al. in 1991 and 1992.
American researcher Don Savage has also replicated much of Kozyrev’s work
and published it in Speculations in Science and Tech.
The results of Hayasaka et al.’s study, conducted on behalf of the Mitsubishi corporation, actually did make it into the mainstream media, surprisingly enough. Furthermore, they did indeed attribute their results to the effects of torsion fields.
researchers such as Dr. S.M. Polyakov, Dr. Bruce DePalma and
Sandy Kidd have
independently discovered gravitational changes with gyroscopes, but it
appears that most of them have not fully understood the fluidlike nature of the aether, which always travels in the spiraling movement of torsion waves.
Kozyrev concluded that this was caused by the “Coriolis effect,” where an object will indeed show a rotational movement as it is dropped towards the surface of the Earth. Ultimately, this is due to the subtle spiraling pressure of torsion that is imparted to the flow of aether (gravity) as it rushes into the earth, upholding the existence of all its atoms and molecules.
In 1680 Newton and Hook confirmed that the
effect was real by dropping objects down long mine shafts, and the
experiment was repeated many times thereafter. The Coriolis effect
counter-clockwise movement in the Northern Hemisphere and clockwise movement
in the Southern Hemisphere, and is considered the major force behind the
movement of weather systems. It also has to be factored in when firing
long-range cannons at a specific target, which was a very confusing military
problem before the Coriolis effect was discovered. It is another
little-known fact of science that most people are unaware of.
This causes the object to
absorb some of the energy that would normally be pushing it down, and a
small but definite decrease in its weight is then measured.
Kozyrev also found that additional torsion would be introduced in these experiments if his gyroscope was not kept 100% horizontal, which suggested to him that gravity, which moves straight down, is somehow joined with torsion waves, as later theorists confirmed.
Without the existence of an aether and the phenomenon of dynamic torsion, none of these results would
even be remotely possible.
Figure 1.5 – Data of Dr. Bruce DePalma’s Spinning Ball Experiment from
Hoagland’s 1992 UN Briefing
A perfect example of harnessing torsion waves by rotation was discovered completely independently by Dr. Bruce DePalma, frequently cited by R.C. Hoagland et al. on the Enterprise Mission website.
Within a complete vacuum, DePalma took two steel balls and catapulted them into the air at equal angles, with an equal amount of force. The only difference was that one ball was rotating 27,000 times per minute and the other was stationary. The rotating ball traveled higher into the air and then descended faster than its counterpart, which violated all known laws of physics. The only explanation for this effect is that both balls are drawing energy into themselves from an unseen source, and the rotating ball is thus “soaking up” more of this energy than its counterpart – energy that would normally exist as gravity, moving down into the earth.
With the addition of torsion-field
research we can see that the spinning ball was able to harness naturally
spiraling torsion waves in its environment, which gave it an
supply of energy.
The extra heat would cause the air molecules to jiggle more vigorously, and this in turn would disrupt the subtle spiraling pressures as the torsion-waves traveled. As he himself explained it, “the heating by solar rays creates an atmospheric loader, interfering with the [experimental] effects.” Earlier in his career he thought that this time-variable effect was caused by the naturally-occurring growth of vegetation in warmer months, since he had already noticed that the simple presence of growing plants could interfere with his experimental results, as they would draw energy into themselves that would normally flow to the detectors.
Clearly, the combination of the plants absorbing the energy for
their sustenance in the summer and the increased chaos of vibrations in the
warmer atmosphere could both be responsible for the difficulty in making
such measurements during the warmer seasons.
This is a very
important point, as it shows us that the greatest amount of torsion-wave
energy is flowing into the Earth at the polar regions, growing weaker as we
move towards the equator.
Dr. G. I. Shipov demonstrated that all electromagnetic fields generate torsion waves. So, since we all know that the Earth’s magnetic field is most concentrated at the poles, then we can see that the greatest strength of torsion-waves would be in the polar regions as well. In his books and website, Richard Pasichnyk has demonstrated that earthquake impulses travel faster from north to south than from east to west.
Thus, the added pressure of the torsion waves, instreaming and outflowing in the polar regions, affects far more than just
the typical north-south polarity of the magnetic field that can be measured
with a compass.
Kozyrev believed that since the surface of the southern hemisphere was
slightly farther away from the Earth’s center of gravity than the northern
hemisphere, this was responsible for the subtle change in the speed of
Here are some examples:
If this seems hard to understand, we could think of the fact that a denser, thicker sponge such as the foam used in a mattress or seat cushion has much more of a “spring” to it than a lighter, thinner one, such as a tired old kitchen sponge. The more of a “spring” the material has, the quicker it can absorb and release energy. Kozyrev also tested these effects on copper, brass, quartz, glass, air, water, coal, graphite, table salt and others, and indicated that “the largest effects, with maximum preservation times, were observed on porous materials like brick or volcano tuff” (Nasonov 1985a, p.15).
This should interest us, since the sponge in our analogy is also a
porous material, meaning that it is filled with many pores or holes inside
glass of water being stirred up with a spoon, the rotation of the gyroscope
would cause the aetheric energy inside its central wheel to begin spiraling,
and this churning movement would continue inside the object even once Dr. Aspden brought the gyroscope to a stop.
This is due to the fact that extra aetheric / torsional energy is
harnessed by the powerful permanent magnet making up the center of the
gyroscope – and in
Convergence III we demonstrated how this basic property
of rotating magnets has been used to create many different “free energy”
What we mean by “non-mechanical” is that torsion waves could be detected without the moving parts normally required, which involved two different forms of mechanical vibration or motion, such as in the gyroscope, torsion balance and pendulum. Some of these non-mechanical detectors can demonstrate quite substantial changes in the presence of torsion fields, and in the case of tungsten and quartz, the effects of torsion fields on the material can be irreversible.
All of the following will show changes in the presence of torsion-wave energy:
A highly-detailed summary of Kozyrev’s work, including the exact graphs,
detailed statistics, analyses and descriptions of all the above detectors,
can be found in “A Substantial Interpretation of N.A. Kozyrev’s Conception
of Time,” by A.P. Levich, 1996.
Like Kozyrev, Chernetsky et al. found that the level of resistance in an electronic circuit would change if a part of it was placed between the two capacitor plates of the device while it was in operation. Also, the vibrational frequency of a quartz oscillator could become 1000 or more times faster than it was before it was placed in between the plates.
raise an eyebrow, as the reliability of quartz crystals to maintain a steady
pulsating rhythm while having electricity pass through them is used to keep
accurate time in the vast majority of digital watches and clocks in
Chernetsky et al.
could still measure the same torsion-field effects in the area that had been
between the two plates of the machine, after the machine was turned off and
far removed from the area! The latent effects would still be measurable with
tungsten metal or quartz oscillators.
As he wrote on page 217 of his 1977 paper,
In 1984, Dankachov showed that the “memory” or “structuring” effect could occur with water as well, and this is one experiment that does find its way into Western alternative scientific thinking from time to time. The “memory of water” experiments begin by utilizing one of the basic torsion-wave creating processes to cause the measured viscosity or thickness of water to decrease.
Then, the treated water is placed next to another container of water, and the new water’s viscosity will then decrease just like the original treated water. Other experiments, such as those of Jacques Beneviste, show that this “memory of water” effect is able to carry over into chemical effects as well, where torsion-wave generators are used to excite water with a certain chemical compound in it.
Then, that compound can
be energetically transferred to a sealed container of pure water, and the
sealed water will acquire the same chemical characteristics as the original.
In 1970, Saxel and Allen showed that during a solar eclipse, the presence of the moon shields the Sun’s radiant torsion fields, and this causes an increase in the period of oscillation for a torsion balance. Meteorologists V.S. Kazachok, O.V. Khavroshkin and V.V. Tsyplakov were able to repeat this experiment during the 1976 solar eclipse and produce the same effect, which they then published in 1977.
Others have obtained the same results through observing
the simple deviations of a pendulum at the time of a solar eclipse.
Subsequent discoveries in quantum physics related to the notion of “spin” confirmed that “electrons” will either have “right-handed” or “left-handed” spin, meaning that movement is detected that will either be clockwise or counterclockwise. All atoms and molecules maintain varying degrees of balance between right and left-handed spin. Kozyrev determined that strongly right-handed molecules such as sugar can shield torsion effects, whereas strongly left-handed molecules such as turpentine will strengthen them.
Subsequent Russian investigations also
determined that common polyethylene film acted as an excellent shield for
torsion waves, and were used in many different experiments such as those
discussed by Dr. Alexander Frolov.
When something is quantized, that means that it does not move or count smoothly, but only stepwise, in certain specific intervals. Simply put, the weight of an object would not increase or decrease steadily in the “latent force” experiments, but rather in sudden bursts.
This is certainly a highly anomalous property for matter to have.
As Kozyrev said,
As a case in point, Kozyrev studied these effects on a 620-gram weight, which he would subject to vibrations, measured in hertz or cycles per second. We remember that cooling an object contracts it, whereas heating an object expands it. Both heating and cooling are functions of vibration, so depending on how we vibrate an object, we can either cause its weight to increase or decrease.
In this experiment, the mass of the 620-gram weight would be slightly increased by subjecting it to high-speed vibrations. In order to give the experiments nice, clean numbers, Kozyrev and Nasonov later applied a straightforward mathematical function to “renormalize” the results from the 620-gram weight to the higher and simpler value of 1 kilogram.
The numbers given in the next paragraph are renormalized to the 1-kilogram level.
So as we can see from this chart, as the vibrations of the object rose to the threshold area of 16-23 hertz, (or cycles per second,) the object would show a stable weight increase of 31 milligrams. At this level, Kozyrev could increase the vibrations between 16 and 23 cycles per second and detect no further weight gain.
Then suddenly, as he increased the vibrations on the weight to 24 hertz, its overall weight increase would spontaneously double to 62 milligrams. As he increased the vibrations from 24 to 27 hertz, no change in weight was registered. Yet, when the vibrations increased to 28 hertz, the net weight increase would again suddenly jump up by another 31 hertz to 93 milligrams. Each time that a new threshold would be reached, the initial gain of 31 milligrams would be added to the overall amount.
As Kozyrev discovered,
Let us not forget that this “effect quantization” occurred in almost all of
Kozyrev’s experiments, whether the overall weight of the object in question
was either increasing or decreasing. In order for something like this to be
taking place, the basic 31-milligram interval that was measured with the
1-kilogram object must be a function of its combined volume, density, weight
and topology (shape), similar to the tone that you hear when striking a bell
of a given size, shape and density. As Kozyrev rose the frequency of
vibrations in the object, new intervals of weight increase were produced,
but always in units of 31 milligrams.
in the next chapter will begin to show the context of this experiment and
how it relates to new discoveries in quantum physics.
In order to appreciate how small of a change
this is, remember that a certain active ingredient that was added to a
vitamin pill might have 100 milligrams of weight on the label.