The purpose of this project is to test the following statement:
Speed of light is dependent on medium density on which light moves through and its delay within a solid medium is not a scatter delay effect as often believed but caused by a change in the aetheric substrata.
In light of this statement it is then possible to accelerate an electron in vacuum or air at speeds which are still lower than c in vacuum but yet greater than the local speed of light within a metallic collector where said electron impacts against.
If the voltage across a spark gap is high enough then said electron could briefly find itself travelling inside a metallic matrix at locally superluminar speeds, just before impacting against atoms within the collector material and slowing down to thermal status.
High electron (current) speeds within the metal amplifies magnetic field around the fast electron at high enough levels to cause the magneculization of electrons into chains (very unstable magnecules though, they will decay almost instantaneously), but the electromagnetic disturbance of the decelerating electron below local luminar speed upon impact with the atoms of the metallic matrix will cause useful electromagnetic effects.
In this paper we propose a simple electric schematic to test this theory and measure some unusual electromagnetic effects such as the presence of magnetic monopoles (see also Edwin Gray inverter schematics and theories which however have never been backed up by theorical explanations or formulas).
The possibility to extract free energy from the aetheric media (also referred to Zero Point Energy) has already been theorized as an hadron mechanic mechanism at play in supernova explosions, therefore high energy physic might hold the key to manipulate contact type hadronic forces and fields in such a way to allow energy to break off the aetheric substratum and collected into useful work within an otherwise isolated system.
More study and modeling is required around the formulas revolving around these possible effects and the interested reader is invited to familiarize himself with the body of work of Ruggero Santilli in the domain of Hadron mechanic.