This week I got off on the topic of "sub-quantum kinetics." I’m not sure why. I have a hard enough time grasping "quantum" physics without resorting to "sub-quantum" physics. I mean, how does anything get any more "sub" than "quantum" ? Well, anyway, after Googling "subquantum kinetics" I arrived at the webiste or one Robert Neil Boyd, and discovered that Boyd has written a bit about both Brown, and everybody’s favorite mad genius, Nikola Tesla. I found this article of particular interest:
Link: A matter of Gravity.
The Money Quote: [Tesla realized] …that there were incoming aether flux "waves" that were arriving with unfailing regularity. …. This situation provided evidence that aether flux from interstellar space is not a constant and smooth value, but varies with time. He realized that the Earth, as a massive whole, was modulating parts of the aether flux. He discovered a large number of various periodicities within the aether fluxes. He found the sources of all these various flux rates had several causes."
That sounds exactly like the "Sidereal Radiation" that Townsend Brown spent the better part of his life investigating, trying to measure and comprehend. So if Tesla made similar observations, albeit with different vocabulary, then perhaps they were both on to the same thing…??