The Theory and the experiments
Experience №5. The experiment is based on the corollary of the Unified Theory called Gravity and a permanent magnet. This corollary states that from the essence of Gravitation established in the Unified Theory (see Gravitation is not an attraction) and the ethereal essence of a magnetic field (see What is a magnetic field) it follows that a permanent magnet must have a different weight depending on its spatial orientation.
A household permanent magnet in the form of a regular parallelepiped was installed on one of the cups of a usual pharmacy scale. The magnet material is ferrite. One of the edges of the parallelepiped is 20 mm, and 24 mm orthogonal to it. The object is magnetized so that the poles of the magnet are located on two smaller planes.
The magnet was stacked horizontally on one pan and balanced with weights on the other pan. In accordance with the existing notions of Gravity, the equilibrium of the cups should not be disturbed for any spatial arrangement of the magnet. This was true, but only when the magnet was lying on each of the four large faces of the parallelepiped. When the magnet was standing vertically, the magnetic axis coincided with the direction of Gravity. The direction of filtration of the external maternal ether was collinear to the direction of motion of the internal proper motion of the ether. Here in the experiment, a significant imbalance was obtained. When the north pole was located below, the magnet weighed more. If the north pole was up, the magnet weighed less. When the magnet was horizontal, the balance arrow was in the middle between these two extreme positions.
Thus, one more confirmation of the established essence of Gravity is obtained (Experience № 4 see also).