Posted March 24, 2019
by P. LaViolette
If Nikola Tesla were alive today, he would be an ardent fan of subquantum kinetics. Here are some statements he had made over 80 years ago in which anticipated many aspects of subquantum kinetics.
July 6, 1930, the New York Times wrote about Tesla:
“Long ago he recognized that all perceptible matter comes from a primary substance, of a tenuity beyond conception and filling all space — the Akasa or luminiferous ether — which is acted upon by the life-giving Prana or creative force, calling into existence, in never ending cycles, all things and phenomena.
The primary substance, thrown into infinitesimal whirls or prodigious velocity become gross matter; the force subsiding, the motion ceases and matter disappears, reverting to the primary substance.”
His view here was shared by theosophists Annie Besant and Charles Leadbeater. The idea of the life-giving Prana or creative force signifies the etheric reaction affinity that animates the ether, causing etherons to react with one another and transmute. This is equivalent to the idea in subquantum kinetics of the underlying etheric flux sustaining all things. His description of the primary substance (ether) being trown into infinitesimal whirls to form matter describes the idea of particle spin, which in subquantum kinetics is envisioned as an ether vortex at the particle’s center which is driven by the etheric flux that flows between the subatomic particle’s core and the Turing wave shell that immediately surrounds it. Currently, the Model G Vortical Motion Group is working to modify the Model G equation system to be able to represent spin. Just as Tesla described, if the transmutating etheric flux in subquantum kinetics were to subside, the ether would become subcritical and all matter would dematerialize. Just a featureless ether would remain; i.e., a vacuum.
July 11, 1934, p. 19, New York Herald Tribune reports:
“Dr. Tesla disclosed that he has lately perfected instruments which flatly disprove the present theory of the high physicists that the Sun is destined to burn itself out until it is a cold cinder floating in space. Dr. Tesla stated that he is able to show that all the suns in the universe are constantly growing in mass and heat, so that the ultimate fate of each is explosion.”
And again in August 18, 1935, in the New York Herald Tribune, Tesla writes:
“Condensation of the primary substance is going on continuously, this being in a measure proved,for I have established by experiments which admit of no doubt that the Sun and other celestial bodies steadily increase in mass and energy and ultimately must explode reverting to the primary substance.”
This is exactly the view of subquantum kinetics. Just as Tesla says, the Sun, the stars, and even planets are slowly growing in mass and luminosity through the process of continuous matter creation with genic energy making an important contribution. As a result, stars will not burn out. They will either explode in supernovae, as Tesla says, or grow into very massive mother stars which cyclically explode producing the so called galactic core explosions. It would be very interesting to find out what instruments Tesla had perfected to demonstrate this important prediction.
July 20, 1931, Time magazine quoted Tesla’s disagreement with special relativity:
“My conclusions in certain respects differ from and to that extent tend to disprove the Einstein Theory.”
Relativistic like effects like clock retardation and mass dilation emerge as corollaries of subquantum kinetics Model G without recourse to relativity.
July 10, 1932, p. 19, New York Times quotes Tesla as saying:
“It might be inferred that I am alluding to the curvature of space supposed to exist according to the teachings of relativity, but nothing could be further from my mind. I hold that space cannot be curved, for the simple reason that it can have no properties. It might as well be said that God has properties… To say that in the presence of large bodies space becomes curved, is equivalent to stating that something can act upon nothing. I, for one, refuse to subscribe to such a view.”
Again, Tesla concords with subquantum kinetics in which gravitational masses attract one another without recourse to spatial curvature.
On September 11, 1932, in the New York Herald Tribune, Tesla wrote:
“… I showed that the universal medium is a gaseous body in which only longitudinal pulses can be propagated, involving alternating compressions and expansions similar to those produced by sound waves in the air. Thus a wireless transmitter does not emit Hertz waves which are a myth, but sound waves in the ether, behaving in every respect like those in the air, except that, owing to the great elastic force and extremely small density of the medium, their speed is that of light.”
Tesla’s sound wave analogy for the transmission of waves through the ether, of alternate regions of ether compression and ether expansion is similar to that of subquantum kinetics which explains light wave transmission as a reaction-diffusion wave in which the etheron concentrations rise and fall as the wave passes, much like air pressure rising and falling for the passing of a sound wave.
Over all, considering all these aspects, Tesla would have readily embraced the subquantum kinetics paradigm had he been alive today.