the first half of this century, scientists learned a way to
measure the flow of the aether.
One man, Wilhelm Reich, discovered the aether in and around living organisms. He then gave it his own name, orogone, which is where we get the name "Orogonomy". He also constructed a device to trap and amplify the orogone so that the aether could be measured.
At this point it must be realized that Orogonomy is not quite a proven science. At least, many in the scientific community doubt its existence. If there is an energy field this vast, it should be given serious attention and more scientific study. It may, in the future, turn out to be a inexpensive power source. But for now Orogonomy seems to be at the bleeding edge of speculative and alternative science.