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Author Topic: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics  (Read 21411 times)

Offline AlienGrey

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Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
« Reply #45 on: March 06, 2018, 09:24:45 PM »
A longitudinal EM wave is demonstrated in the simplest form
by a parallel-plate capacitor


the field of an oscillating  charge will oscillate between the two plates
in the direction of propagation


this is not “scalar”, but longitudinal.
You do know a Longitudinal wave is no wave at all it's more like a punch through time and space in that it's instantaneous!

Also can you explain the properties of both types of  Scalar and longitudinal as i can see we are all starting to get confused on the phenomenon.

Many thanks.

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Offline sm0ky2

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Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
« Reply #46 on: March 06, 2018, 09:38:11 PM »
You do know a Longitudinal wave is no wave at all it's more like a punch through time and space in that it's instantaneous!

 :) AG


not “instant” but it could seem that way to us
Imagine taking a view of your oscilloscope from above the waveform


Like you are watching it pass by and seeing the amplitude
coming towards you


Now hold this view as your turn the amplitude 90-degrees
so it is now in the direction of the oncoming wave


now put yourself in front of it
it view it from the side as it passes (as we would on a scope)


Offline sm0ky2

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Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
« Reply #47 on: March 06, 2018, 09:40:54 PM »
in reality, if the wave is traveling at c
the propagation slows down in respect to us
and the changes in amplitude propagate at c
the wave as a whole approaching c

this is a frequency-based relativistic effect
of the changes in amplitude over time


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Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
« Reply #47 on: March 06, 2018, 09:40:54 PM »
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Offline sm0ky2

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Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
« Reply #48 on: March 06, 2018, 09:51:10 PM »
As far as an Actual scalar-wave
I am not qualified to discuss that


I have observed some of the effects
and quite frankly I don’t understand what exactly is happening


under the veil there are not many people who do
and because there are multiple theories that branch out
and depending on which one you choose, there are different explanations
most of which are conceptual for now.... it can be left to interpretation


I know most of the conditions involved in some events
and there are ranges of variables unknown to consider
none of which really explain the reactive energies of the event


so to me, the causality and/or source of the wave is unknown
All I can really say with any degree of certainty
is that the energies being caused by experiment
we’re infinitesimal in comparison to that of the event



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Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
« Reply #49 on: March 07, 2018, 06:36:41 AM »
F.Y.I.

Briefly; to paraphrase, more or less, from F.K. Kneubuhl's book "Oscillations and Waves,"
Springer Science and Business Media, 2013 ($109US or so):

http://www.springer.com/us/book/9783540620013

Each wave has properties that differentiate it from other waves, yet there is a common feature in all
waves - all waves can be created at one location, transmitter through space, and recognized at
another location.

Waves are classified by their "geometrical properties" and their "distortions" are also classified by
their geometric properties. Waves are classified as (somewhat truncated version):

Scalar - in physics a scalar quantity contains only magnitude and no direction. You could
say they are motionless. In "Scalar Waves" the excitations are scalars. You can see why Meyl,
for example, might refer to his device's waveform in general as a scalar wave. Say no more...

Vectorial - vector quantities contain information about both magnitude and direction, hence you
can say they posses motion.

Longitudinal - longitudinal waves, or scalar waves, oscillate in the same direction as their arrow of
propagation.

Transversal - transversal waves move up and down or side to side tangent to their arrow of
propagation. Also, common Radio Wave polarization's used in communications (e.g. satellite)
are horizontal, vertical, left hand circular and right hand circular - this can provide polarization
multiplexing with some good isolation (>20dB while sharing the exact same channel frequency).

Some of the above was plagiarized from a paper by Shriya Sadana and Vandana Roy, DoEC,
Jabalpur, India entitled "Scalar Waves Applications, Features : A Survey," 2017 ajaeee.
http://gvschoolpub.org/journals/AJAEEE/vol1_no1_2017/5.pdf

A paper from Twenty-First Century Books contains a variety of information regarding waveforms
found in the Tesla Power Transmitter. In particular, insight found in the summary.
http://www.tfcbooks.com/teslafaq/q&a_055.htm

Also, be very careful not to confuse waveform classifications with radiation patterns nor wave
propagation anomalies, nor wave propagation effects. Keeping these things separate and clear
will help avoid confusion and mis-conceptions. Wave study can become very complex otherwise.

BTW, I hope my including reference and source information doesn't detract from my
assertions or comments too much.  ;) I personally think it to be a good idea, when possible.

FIN

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Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
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Offline SolarLab

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Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
« Reply #50 on: March 07, 2018, 08:04:05 AM »
F.Y.I.

Just a heads up - re: the two papers sited in my last post - IMHO;
on their face, these two articles, and far-too-many others of the same
ilk, are the scourge of serious efforts towards this research.

Sorry for even referencing them - I will now lie and claim they were included
to show a terrible example of the garbage that's readily available on the
subject.


They do contain some (questionable) useful information so I threw them in
in an attempt to look like a Hot-Shot. It didn't work, did it?

The wave classification is still valid however!

Maybe I should "self ban" for a while - Offense: posting utter Technical TRASH...

Have a productive week and a great weekend!

FIN

Offline antimony

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Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
« Reply #51 on: March 07, 2018, 03:46:55 PM »
Funny how this topic came up on o/u now,  because i have been trying to make the Hadowanec scala wave detector, so I have been tinkering with op amps to learn how to use them to make a amplifier.
Probably someone already brought it up, but Bedini have some sort of modified schema out there on the internet on a scala wave detector.


There is a brilliant guy on youtube called Benjamin Brandwood thats been uploading videos on this topic a few years back, but he didnt give a schematic or anything.


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Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
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Offline conradelektro

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Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
« Reply #52 on: March 07, 2018, 05:34:36 PM »
Funny how this topic came up on o/u now,  because i have been trying to make the Hadowanec scala wave detector, so I have been tinkering with op amps to learn how to use them to make a amplifier.
Probably someone already brought it up, but Bedini have some sort of modified schema out there on the internet on a scala wave detector.

There is a brilliant guy on youtube called Benjamin Brandwood thats been uploading videos on this topic a few years back, but he didnt give a schematic or anything.

It is very instructive to tinker with OpAmps and very weak electromagnetic signals can be detected with a suitable circuit. Such a circuit to detect weak electromagnetic signals or fields is the circuit from Hadowanec, see e.g. at http://www.rexresearch.com/hodorhys/xptgwsig/xptgwsig.htm (I also attached the circuit from that site).

Now, look at the circuit, it can only detect electromagnetic signals or fields which influence the capacitor C1 or the resistor R1.

How does a capacitor C1 or a resistor R1 react to a scalar wave? And how does one know it reacted to a scalar wave and not to an electromagnetic signal or field?


Very similar circuits are used to measure atmospheric charge https://www.electroschematics.com/5751/atmospheric-charge-monitor/

Greetings, Conrad

Offline sm0ky2

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Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
« Reply #53 on: March 07, 2018, 09:26:24 PM »
When a real scalar wave passes through
anything metal will ionize and make hissing/crackling sounds
it is physically perceptible on your person
and, although there was no direct “sound”
the pressure change was ‘audible’


electronics momentarily cease or turn off when encountered by
the event horizon


even the sense of vision ‘blips’ as if your had hopped quickly
(one person though it was a moving polarization effect on scattered light)




certain materials,
for instance, like a particular ionizing polymer,
can become charged ahead of the wavefront and be propelled (dragged) by it


it can instantly sterilize a cultured dish
and ignite combustible gasses


the physiological effects?........
“If Marie Curie was told the future, would that have stopped her?”


the contents of closed vessels incur momentary pressure increase


piezoelectric plates emit an electrical impulse following the wave




when a jet goes supersonic
we don’t need a thing called a “shockwave detector”
scalar waves don’t hide from us






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Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
« Reply #53 on: March 07, 2018, 09:26:24 PM »
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Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
« Reply #54 on: March 07, 2018, 09:29:25 PM »
Personally I am convinced it has to be some sort of atmospheric effect
like the earth ‘kicking back’ to something we are doing to it


the amount of funding directed towards doing it in space
says that they have a different view




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Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
« Reply #55 on: March 07, 2018, 10:02:21 PM »
the nonsensical “scalar math” being propagated is a manipulation of Maxwell’s equations
most of which misappropriate the use of time.
none of them show anything resembling a scalar wave


they are simply pulling apart the equation and substituting terms so support their ideas.
we already have electromagnetic theory that describes anything they are doing with it.
and does so appropriately


—————————————————————
as far as the faraday cages go
there is really only one important ratio


that is: wavelength : aperture
that alone determines most of what passes through
(thickness is another parameter)


The next set of frequencies are partial waves, that have been interfered with, but not wholly absorbed by the cage
and are of lower magnitude (v*i/t)


and a 3rd, 4th, 5th set and do on, each next set being of lower magnitude


Which set your frequency falls in , determine how the energy passes through
a fine chain-mesh can block microwaves,
but in theory Thz waves will pass through in full
and lower sets will pass through in part


an minimal wavelength theorized by Max Plank would be difficult to block.
but if done, you would have an “ideal Faraday Cage”


There are also nodal-exceptions
where-in, certain ratios allow longer wavelength to pass through in part,
or cause a frequency doubling effect as they pass through (wave-splitting)


By the same equations we can design a faraday cage that
blocks a specific frequency (others will pass through according to their ratio)
this is seen in your microwave oven
the aperture size is specifically designed
to block 100% of the 0.1223643 m wavelength
and most of it’s harmonics
this keeps your food hot and you not

The inverse occurs in the magnetron, it only allows 2.45Ghz to escape





a cage that blocks RF, you might be able to make a phone call in


cages are generally designed for the application
some applications are more lenient of the parameters




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Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
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Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
« Reply #56 on: March 08, 2018, 09:50:11 PM »
Here is the Tom Brearden letter from 1984
https://www.cia.gov/library/readingroom/docs/CIA-RDP96-00788R001900680014-4.pdf


on page 12, you will find his “detector”



Offline sm0ky2

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Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
« Reply #57 on: March 08, 2018, 10:00:59 PM »
Two waves sent to interference with one another and cause cancelation
However, there can still be a change in potential at the point of interference
This change in potential is recognized as a possible causality


This vectorless scalar amplitude propagates from the target location
the propagation then takes on a vector (spherical if undisturbed)


this can produce the scalar event
and demonstrate some of the effects


in this manner (a much more complex than shown) scalar interferometer
can be produced




Offline sm0ky2

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Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
« Reply #58 on: March 08, 2018, 10:02:49 PM »
The actual event, is from the change in localized potential
not from the electromagnetic signals


This distinction is important
If we are to understand what the scalar wave actually is




Offline Belfior

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Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
« Reply #59 on: March 08, 2018, 10:22:14 PM »
can you tell me one good reason not to call Bearden just a cheat and just trying to make some money? One good reason will do.

 

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