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H1. Why the Concept of Dipolar Gravity was formulated

In 1924 the great French physicist, Louis DeBroglie, published the very important finding, sometimes called "Principle of the Symmetry of Nature". It states, that in our Universe everything is strikingly symmetrical in many different manners. Some more common manifestations of this symmetry are discussed in subsection H6.1. For example, everything has an opposite of itself. This means that every particle has its own antiparticle (e.g. electron and positron, proton and antiproton). Also every phenomenon must have its own anti-phenomenon (e.g. friction and the telekinetic effect described in subsection H6.1). If we find an exception to this symmetry, it is obvious that its anti-partner still remains undiscovered. The gravitational field is such an exception. Therefore the intensive search for its anti-partner is fully justified.
On the above premises, amongst others, is based the old concept of gravitational field, which is still stubbornly used by Earth's scientists, in spite that the Concept of Dipolar Gravity described in this chapter proved that it is wrong. Because this old concept assumes the analogy of gravity to all monopolar fields, in this monograph it is called the old "concept of monopolar gravity". One of the products of the old concept of monopolar gravity is the speculation on the possibility of producing repulsive gravitational interactions (i.e. an anti- phenomenon to gravity), which are popularly called "antigravity".
Since beginning of my research on magnetic propulsion and on Magnocraft described in subsections A2, and F1, I was forced to pay special attention to the work done on antigravity. Analysing carefully the expected properties and abilities of the antigravitational field, I came to the conclusion that antigravity (in the monopolar understanding disseminated previously) is contradictive to the natural order of things. Some of my original deductions in this matter are contained in chapter HB of this monograph. To reveal the logical error committed by the creators of the old concept of monopolar gravity, which leads to the present misinterpretation of our Universe, I rechecked the entire deduction that formulated this concept. The error that I found, was located at the very beginning. It depends on accepting "a priori" (i.e. without any verification) a wrong simplifying assumption, that the gravitational field belongs to the group of monopolar fields. However, we know very well, that in nature two entirely different groups of fields coexist, i.e. static monopolar fields (e.g. electric field), and dynamic dipolar fields (e.g. magnetic field). Therefore in order to discover the truth about gravitational interactions, not one but two different concepts of the gravitational field must be thoroughly considered. In both these concepts the following two possible natures of gravity must be verified:
1°. Monopolar,
2°. Dipolar.
Let us have a close look at these two concepts, analysing which one of them fulfils more extensively the requirements of the Principle of Symmetry of Nature.

The old "concept of monopolar gravity" so-far was the only concept considered at all by contemporary science. The gravitational field in this concept was assumed to be an equivalent to all monopolar fields existing in nature, for example to electric field, pressure field, etc. Just as positive and negative electric charges exist, our science also assumed the existence of "matter" - producing an attractive gravitational field (i.e. "gravity"), and "antimatter" - which is supposed to produce a repulsive gravitational field (i.e. "antigravity"). Because the old concept of monopolar gravity also assumes incorrectly that matter and antimatter must strongly repel each other, according to it these two substances should segregate from each other, and both must shift to opposite sides of the Universe, thus creating "world" and "antiworld". Therefore, the adherers of the concept of monopolar gravity are continually scanning through the galaxies in search of the "antiworld" where this antimatter would be concentrated.
But the investigations to-date have not only failed to reveal any evidence confirming the correctness of the old concept of monopolar gravity (e.g. in spite of intensive searches antiworld nor antimatter never were found), but have even encountered evidence, which strongly negates it (e.g. see the evidence pro dipolar gravity discussed in subsection H1.1.1).
Any in-depth analysis of the old concept of monopolar gravity must lead to the inevitable conclusion that this concept, instead of corresponding to, is entirely contradictory to the DeBroglie's Principle of the Symmetry of Nature. Therefore, to construct a more realistic model of reality, I designed an alternative concept of gravity, which is called here the new "Concept of Dipolar Gravity". The new Concept of Dipolar Gravity never before has been formulated, or even only considered, by our science. I have the honour of being the first scientist on Earth to propose, work out, and publish it. In this my new Concept, gravity displays similarities to all dipolar fields, e.g. to magnetic field (i.e. to the flow of counter-matter), hydraulic field (i.e. to flows of liquid media), etc. Just as in every dynamic dipolar field two opposite poles do exist, namely inlet "I" and outlet "O" - for example consider the (N) and (S) poles in the magnetic field, similarly two opposite poles, namely inlet (I) and outlet (O), also appear in the gravitational field. The inlet (I) pole of gravity prevails in our physical world, while the outlet (O) pole of gravity prevails in the counter-world. But because of the concentric nature of gravity, each second, opposite pole of the gravitational field is directed "inwards" and prevails within a separate world, existing parallel to the world in which a given pole prevails. Thus, the Concept of Dipolar Gravity indicates the necessity of a parallel existence in the same space of two separate worlds, the first one of which (i.e. our world of matter - which is recognizable to our sense organs) is surrounding the inlet pole "I" of gravity; whereas the second one (i.e. the counter-world - which is closed to our senses but open to Extra-Sensory Perception, and also to hypnosis and dreams) is surrounding the outlet pole "O" of the gravity. Such a constitution of our Universe introduces a number of practical consequences, which are explained in subsections that follow. But unlike antigravity, the existence of the "other pole of gravity" does not alter or influence in visible way the behaviour of our world, as we know it. Therefore, it is very difficult to detect it with our present research instruments. On the other hand, the existence of the other pole of gravity opens for scientific investigation an incredibly wide range of psychic abilities, presently unexplained facts, and totally new phenomena, which our science never even dreamed about. Thus the Concept of Dipolar Gravity rapidly extends our horizons into hitherto unrecognized areas.

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