Lightning and the Gravitational Capacitor

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Scientific Paper
Title Lightning and the Gravitational Capacitor
Author(s) David Tombe
Keywords aether, capacitor, lightning, electricity, gravity
Published 2008
Journal General Science Journal
No. of pages 3

Abstract

Gravity and electricity are both manifestations of aether flow. They differ only in the respect that gravity is a rarefied flow that gives rise to a tension/pull force, whereas electricity is a pressurized flow. A thunder cloud collects and stores aether from the gravitational inflow and releases it again under pressure in the form of electricity. One might say that a thunder cloud is a reservoir that collects gravity and releases it again in the form of bolts of lightning. It will further be suggested that auroras are gravitationally powered fluorescent lights which operate when the magnetic field is at an optimum orientation.