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Title: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: wdjensen123 on September 22, 2014, 03:28:35 AM
Hi There,

I'm just cutting and pasting my posts on Eric Dollards Forum.  I was getting no responses to speak of.

I have replicated a lot of your scalar experiments with my Scalar wave generator systems, and built 1 watt Meyl’s. both with new electronic designs.

I have discovered a Scalar Wave detector that measures the field direction, polarity, and qualitatively the strength. For now, my scalar wave detector is a secret from the public, since I want to publish my findings. Perhaps I will share it with you. I can detect scalar waves at any distance now, its spooky in operation.

With it I have determined that scalar waves have 2 polarities I call odd and even, or possibly in and out. The fields of Tesla-like LC primary electronic scalar wave generators is AC scalar with a slight DC polarity to them. Certain minerals I have discovered emit polarized in out DC scalar waves from each end. Other materials minerals are natural amplifiers of scalar energy rivalling my electronic devices. I am getting an orgone sample to measure the scalar field lines and polarities. Also, I am able to tune into the AC scalar resonance of elements in materials at a distance, and determine their direction.

I have discovered at night, no sun charging the ionosphere, the electronic device pumps in and out scalar polarities in a radial spherical distribution, and it oscillated about 5-10 seconds, similar to the fade in and out time of shortwave signals in the ionosphere.

During the day, the electronic scalar generator oscillates in a spiral into and out of the device, oscillating 5-10 seconds per reversal. I would expect the fields to behave the same way around your system.

I am finding that the electronic scalar amplifiers are opening up a bidirectional, oscillating wormhole in time and space. This would explain why my phone and tv programming and messages went back in time 1 month, and things disappearing and reappearing in the house. It seems that neutrinos are the carriers of the scalar waves. I also "melted" metal with scalar waves. And charged a cap with dark rays of scalar energy.

I have determined that magnetic north and south are along scalar field lines, attracting and repelling, and same with electrostatic negative and positive charges attracting and repelling scalar field lines.

I now know what I am doing wrong in the plans, and how to improve it, once I get the funds to buy the parts, have some already, several different methods to check.

I don't want to step on peoples toes about saying scalar waves. Let me present some of my evidence:

Example:
If 2 people hold a jump rope and one waves the rope up and down like an electric wave, it propagates at the speed of light, then wave also left and right magnetic field follows the electric wave at the speed of light, transverse wave = electromagnetic radiation.

Now like you say, one person pulls at a steady rate on the rope, a scalar field, Not a wave but propagation none the less. I call this DC scalar "wave" In wires it travels at pi over two times the speed of light, and when it hops off the wire, travels instantaneously, according to my current thinking, could be wrong.

But if you push and pull the rope, the scalar fields waves at any frequency you want. I call this AC scalar waves.

From my research in the Hieronymus Atomic Analyzer, I can measure the gravitational weight of an atom generating a specific scalar wave frequency, as it acts as a wave as it exits the machine's wire, and travels through a prism and refracts in a direct relationship according to the atomic mass. Supports my theory that scalars can be waves.

Different frequencies in the Scalar Wave spectrum are responsible for, telepathy, levitation, clairvoyance, antigravity, etc. I can tune into the resonance of different atomic elements' scalar frequencies, and determine the direction of similar elements in the environment.

Experimental findings: Lines of DC polarized scalar fields and AC scalar waves can be deflected ! by passing strong sunlight beams, magnetic field lines (repelled or attracted to N S pole), and electric charge fields or moving charges reversing for either polarity.
As an example, I can measure a plain vial of water or quartz crystal and get no reading except the atomic attraction due to gravitational mass. Degtector pointing radially inward weakly. When charged with a radiating scalar emitting energy (like from covellite a natural superconducting mineral), it absorbs the scalar energy (spectrum), amplifies its output and scalar waves pour outward from the sample and the detector needle points away from the sample no matter where you are. I have another machine that will intensify the scalar energy in the sample. Another topic. Place a magnet or strong sunlight on it and it erases the scalar energy emanations just like a homeopathic reagent filled with the scalar fingerprint of a poison and such will be destroyed by strong magnets or sunlight, so you store them in dark bottles. The scalar lines were directed away from the medium.

New finding just now: the scalar detector points into and away from the 2 different poles of a rare earth magnet. Shielding the magnet with mu metal the compass is no longer affected by the magnetic field BUT the scalar detector still responds to SOMETHING making it through the mu metal. I propose that scalar flow with or against the 2 poles can be stripped from the magnetic fields just as scalars can be stripped from electrons in a scalar tesla coil. If this has anything to do with neutrinos I don't know. I am getting a neutron detector to help decide, as tremendous scalar energy is given off my uranium and radium.

Secrets of Tesla: DC pulsed current as high and as fast as possible into the primary LC circuit, resonating with the appropriate LENGTH of secondary wire that will stand the 1/4 wave scalar wave. Somehow it seems that whatever is resonating in the secondary is travelling faster than light. Also the total mass of primary and secondary each produce a frequency of scalar wave that also help resonance.

This secondary has an LC resonance point, but that only produces dramatic radio sparks of electromagnetic radiation. Not at all what we want in our tesla Scalar setup.

One initial scalar wave travelling will attract more from the cosmos along the same phase and direction. The frequency of scalar waves seems to be plastic and able to change due to its scalar oscillating local area. You get over unity this way. I'll photo my power cord that held 10A at 120 VAC to my scalar generator, pulled over-unity scalar power, and totally melted along the whole length and burned in many spots. Pretty cool over unity. The electrician took a lot of pictures as he saw nothing like it before. Also copper wire reduced to a greenish powder and burned plastic and PVC tube all burned and melted. I'll look for the pictures if people want them.

Today I sealed a deal with a scalar researcher I chose, to fly from NY to Seattle to learn how to use the scalar detector. Initial experiments show that scalar morse code works 18.6 miles away. Strangely, the further away from the scalar transmitter I am, the Stronger the received signal and delection is. Over unity? We will do transcontinental tests.

My AC with DC polarization scalar wave 500 watt generation circuit is on ebay PLANS: 500 Watt Tesla SCALAR Wave Generator (321481092178)

There's a picture and an explanation of the circuit. The CD has movies of the experiments performed.

I have plans to make a pulsed DC Scalar wave generator in the next few months.

I just finished an experiment with my friend who bought my 500 watt scalar generator off ebay. He's in New York, I'm near Seattle. 2421 miles apart.

The scalar wave detector definitively detected when he turns on his generator when I open up the "channel" or "worm-hole" or whatever I'm doing to tune in. The strength of the signal is MUCH stronger than the signal right at the generator coils. Over-unity.

This means we could do slow morse code, bidirectional in the future. He's coming in 2 weeks to be taught to use the scalar detector and learn all my theory.

Ran a high speed dremel tool, like a gyroscope. Detected scalar gravity waves exiting out each end of the spinning axis. Pretty cool. Gravity can be carried by scalar waves. And generated by spinning mass. I guess protons and neutrons spinning too. The spin in all directions in matter, and the net affect is ravity attractin in all direction.

Google: edwin fitzgerald reverse lattice motion

There you will find a macroscopic example of gravity scalar waves in action at a distance

A tremendously fast spinning bullet is fired at a metal plate. Picosecond arc flash photography of the bullet 2 inches before impact show that the plate is disintegrating and pieces are flying Towards the bullet.

Fitzgerald calls this a momentum wave, I call it a gravity scalar wave.
Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: gpufo on April 12, 2015, 04:45:44 PM
Hello,wdjensen123

You have found the way to detect the scalar wave , non-locally and like a spooky? It is amazing. Can you tell the way? or whether you sell it?

Thank you .

Regards
gpufo
Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: Enjoykin on May 04, 2015, 07:47:38 AM
Hi wdjensen123

Scalar detectors are dangerous stuffs. Don't put it in CIA-hands or you will finish your destiny.
Don't make mistakes like many did. This is friendly advice.

If you are interesting we can together develop many devices based on Scalar magnetic field H* = - divA and give it to public in the future times but not now. That time will come soon about 1-2 years.  Join me if you like on Chris forum http://builders.hyiq.org
 
Contact Chris for registration because this is a private forum and sharing informations out of forum is prohibited.

Reg.
Enjoykin
Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: arhitrade on March 01, 2018, 11:34:59 AM
Another scalar field detector - http://gorchilin.com/articles/radiant/smf_sensor?lang=en
Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: conradelektro on March 01, 2018, 06:34:07 PM
Hi There,

I'm just cutting and pasting my posts on Eric Dollards Forum.  I was getting no responses to speak of.

I have replicated a lot of your scalar experiments with my Scalar wave generator systems, and built 1 watt Meyl’s. both with new electronic designs.

I have discovered a Scalar Wave detector that measures the field direction, polarity, and qualitatively the strength. For now, my scalar wave detector is a secret from the public, since I want to publish my findings. Perhaps I will share it with you. I can detect scalar waves at any distance now, its spooky in operation


Whatever you have built and whatever you have discovered, you are ejaculating prematurely!


If it is a secret there is nothing to discuss. No rational person wants to talk about something he can not verify.


Let's talk about my secret machine which can hover above the floor, really spooky, the hovering. So, what is there to say. The only answer a thinking person is able to give: show it, explain it and we will talk.


Looks like the people in the Eric Dollard forum are still a bit rational.


Greetings, Conrad
Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: AlienGrey on March 02, 2018, 10:42:43 AM
Hi There,

I'm just cutting and pasting my posts on Eric Dollards Forum.  I was getting no responses to speak of.

I have replicated a lot of your scalar experiments with my Scalar wave generator systems, and built 1 watt Meyl’s. both with new electronic designs.

I have discovered a Scalar Wave detector that measures the field direction, polarity, and qualitatively the strength. For now, my scalar wave detector is a secret from the public, since I want to publish my findings. Perhaps I will share it with you. I can detect scalar waves at any distance now, its spooky in operation.

With it I have determined that scalar waves have 2 polarities I call odd and even, or possibly in and out. The fields of Tesla-like LC primary electronic scalar wave generators is AC scalar with a slight DC polarity to them. Certain minerals I have discovered emit polarized in out DC scalar waves from each end. Other materials minerals are natural amplifiers of scalar energy rivalling my electronic devices. I am getting an orgone sample to measure the scalar field lines and polarities. Also, I am able to tune into the AC scalar resonance of elements in materials at a distance, and determine their direction.

I have discovered at night, no sun charging the ionosphere, the electronic device pumps in and out scalar polarities in a radial spherical distribution, and it oscillated about 5-10 seconds, similar to the fade in and out time of shortwave signals in the ionosphere.

During the day, the electronic scalar generator oscillates in a spiral into and out of the device, oscillating 5-10 seconds per reversal. I would expect the fields to behave the same way around your system.

I am finding that the electronic scalar amplifiers are opening up a bidirectional, oscillating wormhole in time and space. This would explain why my phone and tv programming and messages went back in time 1 month, and things disappearing and reappearing in the house. It seems that neutrinos are the carriers of the scalar waves. I also "melted" metal with scalar waves. And charged a cap with dark rays of scalar energy.

I have determined that magnetic north and south are along scalar field lines, attracting and repelling, and same with electrostatic negative and positive charges attracting and repelling scalar field lines.

I now know what I am doing wrong in the plans, and how to improve it, once I get the funds to buy the parts, have some already, several different methods to check.

I don't want to step on peoples toes about saying scalar waves. Let me present some of my evidence:

Example:
If 2 people hold a jump rope and one waves the rope up and down like an electric wave, it propagates at the speed of light, then wave also left and right magnetic field follows the electric wave at the speed of light, transverse wave = electromagnetic radiation.

Now like you say, one person pulls at a steady rate on the rope, a scalar field, Not a wave but propagation none the less. I call this DC scalar "wave" In wires it travels at pi over two times the speed of light, and when it hops off the wire, travels instantaneously, according to my current thinking, could be wrong.

But if you push and pull the rope, the scalar fields waves at any frequency you want. I call this AC scalar waves.

From my research in the Hieronymus Atomic Analyzer, I can measure the gravitational weight of an atom generating a specific scalar wave frequency, as it acts as a wave as it exits the machine's wire, and travels through a prism and refracts in a direct relationship according to the atomic mass. Supports my theory that scalars can be waves.

Different frequencies in the Scalar Wave spectrum are responsible for, telepathy, levitation, clairvoyance, antigravity, etc. I can tune into the resonance of different atomic elements' scalar frequencies, and determine the direction of similar elements in the environment.

Experimental findings: Lines of DC polarized scalar fields and AC scalar waves can be deflected ! by passing strong sunlight beams, magnetic field lines (repelled or attracted to N S pole), and electric charge fields or moving charges reversing for either polarity.
As an example, I can measure a plain vial of water or quartz crystal and get no reading except the atomic attraction due to gravitational mass. Degtector pointing radially inward weakly. When charged with a radiating scalar emitting energy (like from covellite a natural superconducting mineral), it absorbs the scalar energy (spectrum), amplifies its output and scalar waves pour outward from the sample and the detector needle points away from the sample no matter where you are. I have another machine that will intensify the scalar energy in the sample. Another topic. Place a magnet or strong sunlight on it and it erases the scalar energy emanations just like a homeopathic reagent filled with the scalar fingerprint of a poison and such will be destroyed by strong magnets or sunlight, so you store them in dark bottles. The scalar lines were directed away from the medium.

New finding just now: the scalar detector points into and away from the 2 different poles of a rare earth magnet. Shielding the magnet with mu metal the compass is no longer affected by the magnetic field BUT the scalar detector still responds to SOMETHING making it through the mu metal. I propose that scalar flow with or against the 2 poles can be stripped from the magnetic fields just as scalars can be stripped from electrons in a scalar tesla coil. If this has anything to do with neutrinos I don't know. I am getting a neutron detector to help decide, as tremendous scalar energy is given off my uranium and radium.

Secrets of Tesla: DC pulsed current as high and as fast as possible into the primary LC circuit, resonating with the appropriate LENGTH of secondary wire that will stand the 1/4 wave scalar wave. Somehow it seems that whatever is resonating in the secondary is travelling faster than light. Also the total mass of primary and secondary each produce a frequency of scalar wave that also help resonance.

This secondary has an LC resonance point, but that only produces dramatic radio sparks of electromagnetic radiation. Not at all what we want in our tesla Scalar setup.

One initial scalar wave travelling will attract more from the cosmos along the same phase and direction. The frequency of scalar waves seems to be plastic and able to change due to its scalar oscillating local area. You get over unity this way. I'll photo my power cord that held 10A at 120 VAC to my scalar generator, pulled over-unity scalar power, and totally melted along the whole length and burned in many spots. Pretty cool over unity. The electrician took a lot of pictures as he saw nothing like it before. Also copper wire reduced to a greenish powder and burned plastic and PVC tube all burned and melted. I'll look for the pictures if people want them.

Today I sealed a deal with a scalar researcher I chose, to fly from NY to Seattle to learn how to use the scalar detector. Initial experiments show that scalar morse code works 18.6 miles away. Strangely, the further away from the scalar transmitter I am, the Stronger the received signal and delection is. Over unity? We will do transcontinental tests.

My AC with DC polarization scalar wave 500 watt generation circuit is on ebay PLANS: 500 Watt Tesla SCALAR Wave Generator (321481092178)

There's a picture and an explanation of the circuit. The CD has movies of the experiments performed.

I have plans to make a pulsed DC Scalar wave generator in the next few months.

I just finished an experiment with my friend who bought my 500 watt scalar generator off ebay. He's in New York, I'm near Seattle. 2421 miles apart.

The scalar wave detector definitively detected when he turns on his generator when I open up the "channel" or "worm-hole" or whatever I'm doing to tune in. The strength of the signal is MUCH stronger than the signal right at the generator coils. Over-unity.

This means we could do slow morse code, bidirectional in the future. He's coming in 2 weeks to be taught to use the scalar detector and learn all my theory.

Ran a high speed dremel tool, like a gyroscope. Detected scalar gravity waves exiting out each end of the spinning axis. Pretty cool. Gravity can be carried by scalar waves. And generated by spinning mass. I guess protons and neutrons spinning too. The spin in all directions in matter, and the net affect is ravity attractin in all direction.

Google: edwin fitzgerald reverse lattice motion

There you will find a macroscopic example of gravity scalar waves in action at a distance

A tremendously fast spinning bullet is fired at a metal plate. Picosecond arc flash photography of the bullet 2 inches before impact show that the plate is disintegrating and pieces are flying Towards the bullet.

Fitzgerald calls this a momentum wave, I call it a gravity scalar wave.
notice the date And still nothing!
Hey secret is it ? why not advertise it? I know hijack Enya's song 'Sail away', and change the lyrics to, wait for it 'SCALOR WAVES'  ;D ;D
Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: MasterPlaster on March 02, 2018, 04:47:00 PM
Hello,wdjensen123
Welcome to the forum.

I notice you are already being atacked by the local free enery experts. One with 1600 and the other 1673 posts
and neither have anyhing to show for their efforts!

I hope to see your posts would be more fruitful.
Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: conradelektro on March 02, 2018, 06:12:44 PM
Hello,wdjensen123
Welcome to the forum.

I notice you are already being atacked by the local free enery experts. One with 1600 and the other 1673 posts
and neither have anyhing to show for their efforts!

I hope to see your posts would be more fruitful.

Well, well, nothing to show http://overunity.com/profile/conradelektro.22881/area/showposts/sa/attach/sort/posted/start/0/#.WpmDq-jOWHs (http://overunity.com/profile/conradelektro.22881/area/showposts/sa/attach/sort/posted/start/0/#.WpmDq-jOWHs)

Go to "Members" search for conradelektro and view the attachments and you will see many replications of alleged wonder circuits and devices.

Is it my fault that only "non working inventions" are brought to this forum?

Has MasterPlaster plastered something fruitful? Show something more than words!

Greetings, Conrad
Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: AlienGrey on March 02, 2018, 08:13:02 PM
Hello,wdjensen123
Welcome to the forum.

I notice you are already being atacked by the local free enery experts. One with 1600 and the other 1673 posts
and neither have anyhing to show for their efforts!

I hope to see your posts would be more fruitful.
'MASTER PLASTERER' What are you burbling on about ? AND YOU DON'T KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT MY ACTIVITY'S SO BEFORE FIRING FROM THE HIP, KINDLY GET YOUR FACTS IN ORDER FIRST!
No one has said anything to him, next time kindly get your facts strait if you bothered to look at the dates and click on some of the links none of them exist from 4 years AGO AND ONE REFERS TO THREATS concerning Crims In Action.
PS there are 2 T'S IN 'ATACKED' AND T 'MISSING' IN 'ANYHING'! ;D
Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: AlienGrey on March 02, 2018, 09:01:22 PM
Another scalar field detector - http://gorchilin.com/articles/radiant/smf_sensor?lang=en
Yes welcome and thanks for the link. Note the site here is un protected. good luck.
Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: MasterPlaster on March 02, 2018, 10:23:42 PM
PS there are 2 T'S IN 'ATACKED' AND T 'MISSING' IN 'ANYHING'! ;D

I stand coreketed: "attacked".  8)
Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: MasterPlaster on March 02, 2018, 10:31:16 PM
Well, well, nothing to show http://overunity.com/profile/conradelektro.22881/area/showposts/sa/attach/sort/posted/start/0/#.WpmDq-jOWHs (http://overunity.com/profile/conradelektro.22881/area/showposts/sa/attach/sort/posted/start/0/#.WpmDq-jOWHs)

Has MasterPlaster plastered something fruitful? Show something more than words!

All I can say at this moment Conrad is: "Watch this space."
I will present the world with my gift as soon as it is ready and for free.
With full schematic and a protoype.
This is the best I can do now!
Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: sm0ky2 on March 02, 2018, 10:35:18 PM
https://youtu.be/CtysVq9eO-0 (https://youtu.be/CtysVq9eO-0)



Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: SolarLab on March 03, 2018, 05:54:15 PM
F.Y.I.

Transverse waves versus Longitudinal waves:

https://montalk.net/notes/transverse-longitudinal-waves (https://montalk.net/notes/transverse-longitudinal-waves)

Note the "V" (pulse?) versus "Sinusoidal" (alternating?). Also, if your
an RF type, consider Near Field vs Far Field.

Transformation of Traversal waves into Longitudinal waves (magnetic):
http://gorchilin.com/articles/free/magnetic_P?lang=en (http://gorchilin.com/articles/free/magnetic_P?lang=en)

Don't confuse "Scalar" with "Longitudinal"...

Scalar Physics Research Center:
http://scalarphysics.com/ (http://scalarphysics.com/)

Example(s) - Why bother trying to understand all this?

(Videos) Helical Antenna (or any helical structure - coil - for that matter):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=prQ8ZjYiUSw (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=prQ8ZjYiUSw)

Electric field of a Helical Antenna in 3D

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vgR2YcVB6pI (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vgR2YcVB6pI)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bByO4XQtOKc (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bByO4XQtOKc)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2x2Rw32Wf4Y (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2x2Rw32Wf4Y)

A look at some math might help a bit:
http://scalarphysics.com/resources/thomas_minderle/thomas_minderle-a_brief_introduction_to_scalar_physics.pdf (http://scalarphysics.com/resources/thomas_minderle/thomas_minderle-a_brief_introduction_to_scalar_physics.pdf)

FIN
Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: conradelektro on March 04, 2018, 04:53:30 PM
I have replicated a lot of your scalar experiments with my Scalar wave generator systems, and built 1 watt Meyl’s. both with new electronic designs.

I have discovered a Scalar Wave detector that measures the field direction, polarity, and qualitatively the strength. For now, my scalar wave detector is a secret from the public, since I want to publish my findings. Perhaps I will share it with you. I can detect scalar waves at any distance now, its spooky in operation.

@SolarLab: Above you see a bold claim from the beginning of this thread (of course a secret) and you are providing in your post some links to a mass of words (whatever they are worth besides hot air).

I bought some of Meyl's books and built some contraptions according to Meyl. My experiments only showed known electromagnetic effects.

So, I am looking for a clear description of a longitudinal (and/or scalar) wave sender and receiver. The receiver would be something like a longitudinal (and/or scalar) wave detector.

The problem is of course to distinguish between "ordinary" electromagnetic waves and the alleged "longitudinal and/or scalar" waves. Or, if they come together, how to separate the longitudinal and/or scalar waves from the known waves (in the receiver or detector).

There are enough boasts and words, who can and wants to provide the real thing? (I am probably too naive, whoever has a real thing will not show it in this forum, he/she will run and hide from whoever wants to take it away.)

Greetings, Conrad
Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: MasterPlaster on March 05, 2018, 02:11:42 AM
I suddenly feel very stupid. There is only 1 post from wdjensen123 and that was on September 2014.
Clearly he must have revealed some un-spekable secret and was elimiated pronto!
Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: Belfior on March 05, 2018, 10:15:35 AM
I suddenly feel very stupid. There is only 1 post from wdjensen123 and that was on September 2014.
Clearly he must have revealed some un-spekable secret and was elimiated pronto!

Not a good idea to reveal stuff like this in a country that has a NATO base in it. Well not a good idea anywhere! At least have the common decency to reveal all the principles and not just give vague list of your achievements and then go silent for what ever reason.

At least give us the measuring device!
Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: SolarLab on March 05, 2018, 04:13:32 PM
F.Y.I.

Conrad <=> "So, I am looking for a clear description of a longitudinal (and/or scalar) wave sender and receiver."

Have a look through the posts found below; they might be of interest and value:

Start here - http://overunity.com/12736/kapanadze-cousin-dally-free-energy/msg516762/#msg516762 (http://overunity.com/12736/kapanadze-cousin-dally-free-energy/msg516762/#msg516762)
and review the next seven (7) pages (especially the last 2 or 3 pages) or so; you can skip the "troll" stuff,
if you wish, to save time.

Much of the work regarding Meyl, Handwerker, Jackson, et. al. was posted quite a few years
ago so a lot of the information has become obscure by now.

Sorry to hear your Meyl device didn't yield satisfactory results; others, including myself,
have had better luck. Driving the device with a good, matched, narrow pulse generator seemed to work a bit better.
Two of many examples:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fPV9Nmnt_VI (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fPV9Nmnt_VI)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rj6rY7wgM0I (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rj6rY7wgM0I)

Not all, but some of the references are, as you would say "links to a mass of words (whatever they are
worth besides hot air)," but I'm sure you can appreciate teleporting a physical working device to you through
this thread would present a problem  :) (my Startrek Transporter is currently in the shop undergoing
Re-calibration!) - a poor attempt at humor I know.  ???

A general purpose, wide band, detector would be difficult to conceive because of the systems natural "selectivity." This
characteristic did not appear to lend itself to conventional radio tuning techniques although, if I recall correctly, there
was some hint. But that's as much as I know...

Much of the open source development and theory is still a "work in progress" however.
Good Luck

FIN
Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: sm0ky2 on March 05, 2018, 04:55:22 PM
The reason it is often considered WB, or UWB, is because the analysis
leads to the same results.
Consider the case when we analyze frequency and amplitude
vs the gradient of frequencies over space and time.
(applicable when the band gradient is greater than the combined wavelengths
   of the individual frequencies involved)
By introducing frequencies not present in the original signal


By standard analysis, we see here that the scalar energy is
the derivation of the sum of the differences of the WB set.
(this points to a logical fallacy in scalar theory observable in the time domain)


Scalar theory is an unnecessary manipulation of standard theory,
as the expanded view already covers this situation.




I have to agree with Conrad on this one.

Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: sm0ky2 on March 05, 2018, 05:06:05 PM
To understand what I am talking about,
Look at the data in the first video, and divide the change in voltage
over time, by the 220kHz deviation


The simplified matrix solution is 1 X 5
The deviation is caused by differences in impedance
introduced at the connection points
(and possibly other inconsistencies in design)


This entire system can be handled with standard theory
without the need for complex scalar mathematics.
Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: SolarLab on March 05, 2018, 05:18:31 PM
To understand what I am talking about,
Look at the data in the first video, and divide the change in voltage
over time, by the 220kHz deviation


The simplified matrix solution is 1 X 5
The deviation is caused by differences in impedance
introduced at the connection points
(and possibly other inconsistencies in design)


This entire system can be handled with standard theory
without the need for complex scalar mathematics.

Smokey2 - Do you happen to know how we can account for the "Back Channel"
effect? You know, the characteristic where a simultaneous duplex link is formed
between the so called transmitter and receiver, or multiple receivers. Got me stumped,
but then again that's not hard to do!   Time vs Z type time dilation?

Your not referring to where he initially sweeps the device with the generator to find
the system resonance I trust.

I have a hunch that this phenomena might also have something to do with the
inability to block the signal employing a Faraday Cage shield.

Thanks in advance.
Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: sm0ky2 on March 05, 2018, 05:33:27 PM
I would refer you to the Helmholtz equations
Emphasizing the importance of distances between transmitter
and each individual reciever


The energies in these types of systems
are generally not of sufficient density to cause dialation
So you sort of lost me there...
Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: SolarLab on March 05, 2018, 05:40:54 PM
I would refer you to the Helmholtz equations
Emphasizing the importance of distances between transmitter
and each individual reciever

Thanks, I'll have look at that approach.

Tried the high Q oscillator (transmitter) "load pull" analysis but couldn't account
for the "maintained" channel anomaly. Shielding aside.

Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: sm0ky2 on March 05, 2018, 05:51:59 PM
The faraday cage is an inductive device.
because of the high voltage, low current application
the signal doesn’t “see” the cage in the same way as an electric field.


This is something I learned the hard way, playing with electrostatic generators
with variable frequency pulsing.
Field effects are blocked by the cage, but changes in potential can still transmit through


The higher the voltage, the more prominent the passthrough becomes
A steady state field can be discernibly blocked by the cage,
But a pulsating HV field causes disturbances outside the effective causality the cage creates.


An ‘ideal cage’ with link sizes approaching the Plank length, may achieve full shielding
But I don’t have the means to test this.

Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: SolarLab on March 05, 2018, 06:12:57 PM
Right, that's one of the key anomalies of this Scalar/Longitudinal wave stuff.
There are a few other characteristics that are quite fascinating as well!

Helmholtz deals primarily with a "linear magnetic field" so I'll have to think
on that one for a bit - maybe, a simple substitution of the magnetics with
electrics- um, well maybe not  :-\

Still trying to find some other conventional (wire) electron current flow link in
the receivers, other than displacement. The pseudo ground wire in the lab
is suspect but using an earth ground scheme is a bit more perplexing.

Anyway, more food for thought,
thanks and have a good day - back to real work so I can eat!

 
Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: sm0ky2 on March 05, 2018, 06:52:32 PM
Sorry, it’s early in the morning and not enough coffee


When we derive the Helmholtz equation with respect to the
perpendicular electric vector we approach the perspective
It is the same as the magnetic vector derivation
You have to go back to Maxwell and do it again
(and the 3rd equation for the gravitational, all 3 define the relationship to time)


From this we can see that as we approach 3Mv/m^2 we begin to affect the
curvature of our reference Hamiltonian
This is the electric time dilation effect.
And the functionality of the warp drive.
(not actually moving ftl but instead speeding up the progression of time by
  curving space)
This was first experimented on board the Eldridge
But they didn’t know what they were doing, and people got killed.



Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: conradelektro on March 05, 2018, 06:56:10 PM
Much of the work regarding Meyl, Handwerker, Jackson, et. al. was posted quite a few years
ago so a lot of the information has become obscure by now.

Sorry to hear your Meyl device didn't yield satisfactory results; others, including myself,
have had better luck. Driving the device with a good, matched, narrow pulse generator seemed to work a bit better.
Two of many examples:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fPV9Nmnt_VI (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fPV9Nmnt_VI)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rj6rY7wgM0I (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rj6rY7wgM0I)

I did the same experiment as in the videos "successfully". But what tells you that you experienced longitudinal or scalar waves? There is a difference to your "successful" experiment, I did not make a video. Maybe it needs the recording of a video to show longitudinal or scalar waves. I guess it is the words uttered in the video which exhibit the longitudinal or scalar waves.


The attached photo shows the function generator and the oscilloscope used, the pancake coils and the air capacitor. One does not need pancake coils it also "works" with ordinary coils.

Greetings, Conrad
Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: ramset on March 05, 2018, 06:59:20 PM
As mentioned in the other thread
we have at least two [possibly 4] test beds being built to investigate similar claims

we just have to sort out some forum issues with a member here  causing problems [or trying to].

hopefully that will take care of itself in the coming week

if not.... there is another open source Venue.


respectfully
Chet K
Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: sm0ky2 on March 05, 2018, 07:16:10 PM
I have a problem with the way “time” is used in the referenced scalar mathematics


It’s too much to explain in detail here, but it has to do with the changing time function
across the gradient.
it is not appropriately accounted for in the math.
This is convoluted by the symbolism.


Solving conventional equations using matrices
then becomes a much simpler solution to WB transmission
with the correct use of time.


And to be clear, we are dealing with spherical waves.
Not “longitudinal” waves.


Place the reciever vertical, or on the opposite side,
or underneath (though the last one changes things a bit)



Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: TinselKoala on March 05, 2018, 11:33:51 PM
As mentioned in the other thread
we have at least two [possibly 4] test beds being built to investigate similar claims

we just have to sort out some forum issues with a member here .

hopefully that will take care of itself in the coming week

if not.... there is another open source Venue.


respectfully
Chet K
Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: AlienGrey on March 06, 2018, 12:25:49 AM

Nice bit of carpentry, did you do a constructional video by any chance, nice work any way.

AG|
Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: SolarLab on March 06, 2018, 12:37:32 AM
Type of wave?

Been a few years since we did this stuff but:

Working in the large RF Shield room (still a sweat box) we tried horizontal, vertical, and a variety
of polarization blocking test - no noticeable power (signal) perturbations or degradation.

Conclusion - not transversal, therefore surmised it had to be something else (rocket science at it's finest).  :)

A complete Faraday cover (6 sides solid copper and aluminum, sealed edges)
- slight loss of power but we couldn't get inside the box to monitor the input. Center ground rod to earth,
other grounding to cage edges via heavy welding cable. Surmised, had to be electric only.

But, by carefully moving the two receivers into a line-of-sight configuration with the transmitter and varying
the distance between the receivers there were spots where the power appeared to vary, not a lot, probably
less than a dB or so therefore we surmised longitudinal with wave interference. Not conclusive by any means
but we figured it was a good guess at the time; and since some accept the notion of a longitudinal type wave,
and we didn't have any other means or ideas of testing it; we left it at that.

However, it would seem logical that if the magnetic part of a transverse wave is removed, or doesn't exist, the
waveform would likely be longitudinal. By definition I'm not sure what else it might be.   

I think this effect appears in magnetics as well.

Smokey <=> And to be clear, we are dealing with spherical waves.
Not “longitudinal” waves.

Your likely correct that the device has a Spherical radiation pattern as it's antenna is absolutely non-directional.
Actually I've never seen a "spherical waveform," however, if you watch the smoke from a cigarette in the sunlight on a
calm day it moves in tiny, almost spherical, vortex patterns; so there may be something to it. Might explain some of
the bazaar characteristic propagation behavior we're seeing. I'm certainly open to discovering more.

Well, let me back up a bit - Ball Lightning might be evidence of a spherical wave, of sorts, and it's inter-related to HV.

The apparatus is packed away but I'm setting up a new "my private" corner in the lab so maybe?
Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: TinselKoala on March 06, 2018, 05:21:16 AM
That's right.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i-MA8rzZSqk

(Sorry about the light...)

However.... there are Faraday cages, and then there are Faraday cages. It takes a _lot_ of effort to make a good one. What I used in the above video isn't a particularly good one but does effectively shield low frequency RF.

The Caduceus antenna shown in the video does produce a tightly directional beam and is supposed to work by just that kind of cancellation or attenuation of the M part of the EM wave that is referred to by SolarLab above.
Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: TinselKoala on March 06, 2018, 05:23:44 AM
Nice bit of carpentry, did you do a constructional video by any chance, nice work any way.

AG|

Thanks, no construction video but there will be some demonstration videos coming up in the next few days.
Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: blueplanet on March 06, 2018, 05:57:59 AM
I think your observation makes more sense to me.


I did the same experiment as in the videos "successfully". But what tells you that you experienced longitudinal or scalar waves? There is a difference to your "successful" experiment, I did not make a video. Maybe it needs the recording of a video to show longitudinal or scalar waves. I guess it is the words uttered in the video which exhibit the longitudinal or scalar waves.


The attached photo shows the function generator and the oscilloscope used, the pancake coils and the air capacitor. One does not need pancake coils it also "works" with ordinary coils.

Greetings, Conrad
Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: blueplanet on March 06, 2018, 06:10:03 AM
Nice bit of carpentry, did you do a constructional video by any chance, nice work any way.

AG|

I don't know what you are trying to imply here.
What we are trying to demystify is the the proof of scalar wave using the Meyl's experiment.
However, with a piece of black plastic sheet, the electrodynamic mechanism at high frequency is completely different.
And I doubt if TB's scalar wave theory or Meyl's theory are really applicable to this scenario.
I don't know whether you truly understand it or not.
Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: blueplanet on March 06, 2018, 06:15:40 AM
Can you show us some real life examples of scalar waves?


Type of wave?

Been a few years since we did this stuff but:

Working in the large RF Shield room (still a sweat box) we tried horizontal, vertical, and a variety
of polarization blocking test - no noticeable power (signal) perturbations or degradation.

Conclusion - not transversal, therefore surmised it had to be something else (rocket science at it's finest).  :)

A complete Faraday cover (6 sides solid copper and aluminum, sealed edges)
- slight loss of power but we couldn't get inside the box to monitor the input. Center ground rod to earth,
other grounding to cage edges via heavy welding cable. Surmised, had to be electric only.

But, by carefully moving the two receivers into a line-of-sight configuration with the transmitter and varying
the distance between the receivers there were spots where the power appeared to vary, not a lot, probably
less than a dB or so therefore we surmised longitudinal with wave interference. Not conclusive by any means
but we figured it was a good guess at the time; and since some accept the notion of a longitudinal type wave,
and we didn't have any other means or ideas of testing it; we left it at that.

However, it would seem logical that if the magnetic part of a transverse wave is removed, or doesn't exist, the
waveform would likely be longitudinal. By definition I'm not sure what else it might be.   

I think this effect appears in magnetics as well.

Smokey <=> And to be clear, we are dealing with spherical waves.
Not “longitudinal” waves.

Your likely correct that the device has a Spherical radiation pattern as it's antenna is absolutely non-directional.
Actually I've never seen a "spherical waveform," however, if you watch the smoke from a cigarette in the sunlight on a
calm day it moves in tiny, almost spherical, vortex patterns; so there may be something to it. Might explain some of
the bazaar characteristic propagation behavior we're seeing. I'm certainly open to discovering more.

Well, let me back up a bit - Ball Lightning might be evidence of a spherical wave, of sorts, and it's inter-related to HV.

The apparatus is packed away but I'm setting up a new "my private" corner in the lab so maybe?
Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: conradelektro on March 06, 2018, 09:38:39 AM
That's right.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i-MA8rzZSqk (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i-MA8rzZSqk)

(Sorry about the light...)

However.... there are Faraday cages, and then there are Faraday cages. It takes a _lot_ of effort to make a good one. What I used in the above video isn't a particularly good one but does effectively shield low frequency RF.

The Caduceus antenna shown in the video does produce a tightly directional beam and is supposed to work by just that kind of cancellation or attenuation of the M part of the EM wave that is referred to by SolarLab above.

I do not understand the experiment shown in the video:

There is a conventional AM radio receiver in the Faraday cage. If a scalar wave (sent by the Caduceus coil) can be received by a conventional AM radio receiver, why is it something else than a conventional electromagnetic wave?

Arguments:

The Faraday cage should strip away the conventional electromagnetic wave part and whatever is left should NOT be received by a conventional AM radio receiver. The electronics of a conventional AM radio receiver are "constructed" for the electromagnetic wave part and not for the longitudinal wave part. It would be a strange coincidence that a conventional AM radio receiver also receives the longitudinal part, it would interfere with the reception of the electromagnetic part.

If you put the directional antenna of a fairly strong conventional electromagnetic wave transmitter in half a meter distance to a simple Faraday cage, it will blast through?

Conclusion:

For me the most difficult part of all "longitudinal wave allegations" ist the proof that it is something else than a conventional electromagnetic wave. And this is exactly the criticism Mr. Meyl received from conventional scientists. Meyl could never build a receiver which separated the electromagnetic part and the longitudinal part. (Like our man high Koala, Meyl used in essence a conventional receiver.)

Greetings, Conrad
Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: sm0ky2 on March 06, 2018, 10:05:03 AM
A “longitudinal” wave is really only seen in soundwave propagation
or in the form of a standing wave emanating from a speaker or oriface
from an audio source (like a subwoofer or an organ)
Though it can also be manifest in physical vibration
It is a wave that vibrates in the same direction as its propagation
(contrasted by the other scenario in which the sound wave oscillates
   perpendicular to the propagation) [transverse]


Whereas, a spherical wave propagates according to Huygen’s principal
(which to some degree applies to all waves)
The distinction here being that the source propagates spherically
not simply a wave-point acting as a spherical wavelet.
(in reference to the Tesla transmitter)


The caduceus coil shown by TK, produces a perpendicular oscillation
with respect to the propagation. This is signified by the directionality
of the emissions from the end of the coil, and the radial changes in
amplitude.
Used to be called a “tensor coil”, because the radius increased along
it’s length. (TK’s coil was replicated from a later source which did away
  with this feature)
Originally known as the Tet (Djed) coil of Hermeticism.
And is the symbological icon of the medical industry.





Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: blueplanet on March 06, 2018, 10:45:43 AM
Like what you said, it is impossible to tell the difference between longitudinal waves and transverse electromagnetic waves from Meyl's experiement.

The leakage through the Faraday cage can be due to the higher order modes.

These scalar wave things may be a very important violation of poynting vector theorem if the CIA's document is right. They may be important for making weapons. But IMHO, I also think they have diluted Tesla's or Marconi's concepts of wireless power transfer, which is far more important.

Somewhere, Meyl has said that long range wireless power transfer can be achieved using scalar waves because of the low attenuation in the near field zone. Ironically, I have not seen any experimental evidence proving this claim.  Instead, both Tesla and Marconic has independently achieved a long range wireless power transfer before the emergence of scalar wave theories.
 



I do not understand the experiment shown in the video:

There is a conventional AM radio receiver in the Faraday cage. If a scalar wave (sent by the Caduceus coil) can be received by a conventional AM radio receiver, why is it something else than a conventional electromagnetic wave?

Arguments:

The Faraday cage should strip away the conventional electromagnetic wave part and whatever is left should NOT be received by a conventional AM radio receiver. The electronics of a conventional AM radio receiver are "constructed" for the electromagnetic wave part and not for the longitudinal wave part. It would be a strange coincidence that a conventional AM radio receiver also receives the longitudinal part, it would interfere with the reception of the electromagnetic part.

If you put the directional antenna of a fairly strong conventional electromagnetic wave transmitter in half a meter distance to a simple Faraday cage, it will blast through?

Conclusion:

For me the most difficult part of all "longitudinal wave allegations" ist the proof that it is something else than a conventional electromagnetic wave. And this is exactly the criticism Mr. Meyl received from conventional scientists. Meyl could never build a receiver which separated the electromagnetic part and the longitudinal part. (Like our man high Koala, Meyl used in essence a conventional receiver.)

Greetings, Conrad
Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: blueplanet on March 06, 2018, 11:04:48 AM
There has been some reports on the discovery of an artificial longitudinal optical energy:

https://www.nature.com/articles/nphoton.2008.127

The range over which the energy can be transmitted is no more than 4 lamba.

According to Meyl, however, his scalar wave theory can make long range wireless power transfer possible because, he believe, the power was delivered within the near field zone. I am not sure how long range wireless power transfer is technically feasible with scalar waves.



A “longitudinal” wave is really only seen in soundwave propagation
or in the form of a standing wave emanating from a speaker or oriface
from an audio source (like a subwoofer or an organ)
Though it can also be manifest in physical vibration
It is a wave that vibrates in the same direction as its propagation
(contrasted by the other scenario in which the sound wave oscillates
   perpendicular to the propagation) [transverse]


Whereas, a spherical wave propagates according to Huygen’s principal
(which to some degree applies to all waves)
The distinction here being that the source propagates spherically
not simply a wave-point acting as a spherical wavelet.
(in reference to the Tesla transmitter)


The caduceus coil shown by TK, produces a perpendicular oscillation
with respect to the propagation. This is signified by the directionality
of the emissions from the end of the coil, and the radial changes in
amplitude.
Used to be called a “tensor coil”, because the radius increased along
it’s length. (TK’s coil was replicated from a later source which did away
  with this feature)
Originally known as the Tet (Djed) coil of Hermeticism.
And is the symbological icon of the medical industry.
Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: ramset on March 06, 2018, 01:30:10 PM
The TinselKoala EEEE  test device was not built specifically to test the work or Claims of Meyl  [not at all]

I am hoping the Mission statement or Intent will be written along with the first demonstrations [IF a thread is stared here.
*as mentioned a member here has been causing problems again .


It is actually a tool to investigate present day Quantum Theory at the "everyman" level

 the possibility of energy entering thru environmental manipulation .... all based on sound scientific theorem [particle physics ?].

Tinsel's words/writings are much better for this explanation.

many members here are truly excited about this, [several are building ..
regardless the outcome [it is an investigation not a claim]

respectfully
Chet K

PS
I am certain the "tool" will evolve [Vacuum being one additional goal for testing]

hard to do everything at once on a cheeseburger budget.

this is an open source project ,I am truly hoping the recent reboot of attempts to rekindle flame wars here will be resolved
with out the need for moderation.

would be really nice to do this at Stefan's forum ...we shall see ?

all claims should stand alone and weather the storm of scrutiny , a sincere claimant runs toward this storm not away
without scrutiny there is no science .

 
Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: sm0ky2 on March 06, 2018, 03:51:34 PM
I don’t claim that a scalar-type wave does not exist.


But it is not what many on the internet claim it to be.
and simply calling something a ‘scalar wave’ does not make it that.
The signals produced by electronics are not in this regime.


There is credible science in this area, but most of it has been
classified (and for good reason).


Much of the work in this area is attributed to
Richard A. Matzner of the university of Texas
(begining in the 60’s and carried through to today)
It is an area of high energy physics.
Not some simple thing a backyard experimenter will likely do
with a small low-power transmitter.


It is not a “transmission” at all, but an event.
You can call it the electric version of a ‘shockwave’.
(nothing to do with the speed of sound)
And carries with it ionizing energies, which can be dangerous.


It is not something you would mistake for any other type of wave,
in a similar manner that you would not mistake a shockwave for a sound wave.
and it is not what is described in the pseudoscience papers that are being
passed around.


Tinsel does possess equipment capable of creating such disturbances
(even if only incidentally)
but if he has experienced this type of event, I have not seen him mention it.
It is not the thing he has labeled “scaler em transmitter”





Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: blueplanet on March 06, 2018, 03:59:15 PM

I have already done all these experiments 25 years ago.


I did it even much more carefully in a terahertz laboratory. And I had no leakage at the bottom at all.


I agree that nobody here has mentioned anything about long range propagation of scalar waves but this is exactly what scalar waves are about in the meyl's and tb's theories.


As many researchers maintain, certain electromagnetic waves like what we have seen in an AM/FM transmitter can end up with similar effects.


Arguably, those waves found in the neigbourhood of a AM/FM transmitter should be regarded as a longitudinal wave but i doubt if it is acceptable to call them scalar waves.



....

It is actually a tool to investigate present day Quantum Theory at the "everyman" level

 the possibility of energy entering thru environmental manipulation .... all based on sound scientific theorem [particle physics ?].

...
Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: sm0ky2 on March 06, 2018, 04:21:02 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.



Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: AlienGrey 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.
Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: sm0ky2 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)

Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: sm0ky2 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

Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: sm0ky2 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


Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: SolarLab 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 (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 (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 (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
Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: SolarLab 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
Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: antimony 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.

Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: conradelektro 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 (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
Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: sm0ky2 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





Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: sm0ky2 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



Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: sm0ky2 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



Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: sm0ky2 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 (https://www.cia.gov/library/readingroom/docs/CIA-RDP96-00788R001900680014-4.pdf)


on page 12, you will find his “detector”


Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: sm0ky2 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



Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: sm0ky2 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



Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: Belfior 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.
Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: sm0ky2 on March 08, 2018, 10:52:26 PM
none
but at the time, if the cia wanted some information
they would have just take it


and he disclosed enough in his letter that they didn’t need him


if he was trying to use that course of action to secure some sort of contract
from a scam, that’s a ballsy way of going about it


not to mention, if there was much in there that was unknown to them
they would have questioned his sources of Russian technology


I don’t know the extent of Tom’s ability to actually “do” what he writes about


But you don’t have to take his word for it
https://arxiv.org/pdf/gr-qc/9907055.pdf (https://arxiv.org/pdf/gr-qc/9907055.pdf)





Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: blueplanet on March 09, 2018, 11:10:56 AM
none
but at the time, if the cia wanted some information
they would have just take it


and he disclosed enough in his letter that they didn’t need him


if he was trying to use that course of action to secure some sort of contract
from a scam, that’s a ballsy way of going about it


not to mention, if there was much in there that was unknown to them
they would have questioned his sources of Russian technology


I don’t know the extent of Tom’s ability to actually “do” what he writes about


But you don’t have to take his word for it
https://arxiv.org/pdf/gr-qc/9907055.pdf (https://arxiv.org/pdf/gr-qc/9907055.pdf)


The article in arxiv archive is apparently about another kind of scalar gravitational waves which has nothing to do with TB's scalar waves.


According to the following handwritten CIA article, a scalar wave is not an electromagnetic wave (which has both electric field and magnetic field), but the one with zero electric field and zero magnetic field. This CIA article has suggested that this wave allows transfer of information without consumption of any energy. The same article even went further to suggest that our brains generate scalar waves :


https://www.cia.gov/library/readingroom/docs/CIA-RDP96-00792R000500230002-6.pdf


During the beginning of the war on iraq back in 2004, TB emphasized in his email to the government that Iraq has scalar wave weapons. somewhere he also mentioned that South Africa has scalar wave weapons. Does it mean the brains of the Iraqi and the South African can send out any dangerous scalar waves??


https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=2&ved=0ahUKEwjMjfae_d7ZAhVB-qwKHWyyCbgQFggtMAE&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.cheniere.org%2Farticles%2FYakuza%2520threat%2520including%2520tsunamis%2520-%2520final%2520w%2520edits%25201%2520website%2520a.doc&usg=AOvVaw2eJgglGUJX-styZB32xr7L



Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: Belfior on March 09, 2018, 01:29:24 PM
another CIA release scalar wave doc

https://www.cia.gov/library/readingroom/docs/CIA-RDP96-00792R000500240001-6.pdf
Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: sm0ky2 on March 09, 2018, 07:59:17 PM
another CIA release scalar wave doc

https://www.cia.gov/library/readingroom/docs/CIA-RDP96-00792R000500240001-6.pdf (https://www.cia.gov/library/readingroom/docs/CIA-RDP96-00792R000500240001-6.pdf)


Thank you Bel


the stuff under the blackout is some of what I mention above
about the real scalar wave event
It is classified under the StarGate SG1B classification
(Cheyenne)
With connections to soviet/Czech technology
Which is why they blacked it out in their release copy



Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: Sergh on March 10, 2018, 10:03:44 PM
another CIA release scalar wave doc

https://www.cia.gov/library/readingroom/docs/CIA-RDP96-00792R000500240001-6.pdf (https://www.cia.gov/library/readingroom/docs/CIA-RDP96-00792R000500240001-6.pdf)

falsification of history ... :-\

The fact is that the first radars, similar to modern, were delivered at the end of the Second World War from the USA, according to Lend-Lease.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SCR-584_radar (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SCR-584_radar)
Before that, no such microwaves  radars with a magnetron had been produced in the USSR.

Then the USSR and the US were friends...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kWmHlXIOFI8 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kWmHlXIOFI8)
Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: sm0ky2 on March 11, 2018, 05:35:29 AM
1910 Germany based Siemens Corporation sold magnetrons to Tsar Nicholas II of Russia

Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: PolaczekCebulaczek on March 11, 2018, 06:46:08 AM
ok and how this one works? it also works inside Farday cage.

http://freenrg.info/Physics/Scalar_Vector_Pot_And_Rick_Andersen/Scalar_Wave_Transmitter.htm

since EM is canceled out(due to winding geometry?) whats left is capacitance E field stuff? just like in bifilar non inductive coils.
Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: Sergh on March 11, 2018, 07:39:47 AM
1910 Germany based Siemens Corporation sold magnetrons to Tsar Nicholas II of Russia
The magnetron drawings were purchased by Siemens Corporation  in 1804 from Napoleon Bonaparte. :'(
Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: blueplanet on March 11, 2018, 12:16:00 PM

The black wire and red wire inside the aluminum box can act as an antenna. Some smartphones uses the headphone cable as an antenna to receive AM/FM radio signals. If you can kindly modify the experiment setup and remove this uncertainty, then this could be a very good piece of evidence.


Also, your circuit has a lot of nonlinear elements which inevitably generate high order harmonics. It is not possible to assume that all the higher orders are longitudinal in nature.


According to Meyl and TB, a scalar wave is supposed to operate in the near field zone with a phase velocity greater than the speed of light. Its occurs when E=B=0. It consumes no energy. It can penetrate metal. It can propagate without any attenuation. It was the energy used by Tesla for wireless power transfer over a long distance. Perhaps, it is the time to look at the experimental evidence, particularly the evidence of non-evanescent scalar waves in free space.


In 2007, I accidentally found a way to transmit a wireless power over a medium range.  Up until now, I did not have any background understanding of any scalar wave theories.  At that time, my approach was not very much different from Tesla's approach or Marconi's approaches. At around the same time, a lot of forum members in the Yahoo's WPT group were focusing on Meyl's version of scalar waves. Many of those who had bought Meyl's demonstration kit managed to light up an LED through one wire within or without a Faraday Cage, but none of them had any success in achieving wireless power transfer.


If a TB/Meyl's version of scalar waves can truly propagate in free space over a long distance, we should be able to measure the wavelength of its standing wave. From there, we should be able to estimate its phase velocity. Any thought?









ok and how this one works? it also works inside Farday cage.

http://freenrg.info/Physics/Scalar_Vector_Pot_And_Rick_Andersen/Scalar_Wave_Transmitter.htm (http://freenrg.info/Physics/Scalar_Vector_Pot_And_Rick_Andersen/Scalar_Wave_Transmitter.htm)

since EM is canceled out(due to winding geometry?) whats left is capacitance E field stuff? just like in bifilar non inductive coils.
Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: SolarLab on March 16, 2018, 01:09:47 AM
F.Y.I.

Boring stuff?   ---  Well, maybe NOT!
---  You decide...

After nearly ten years of study, employing conventional approaches,
without yielding any real significant results it might be time to try a
different approach --- so, we shall try a mix of modern (quantum ?) physics
combined with some complex CAE modelling and design characterization.

Analyzing ideas, developments and projects can be greatly assisted
by first mathematically proving the concepts before spending a good deal
of time and money on false theories and not well understood prototypes.

One set of tools that shows promise in this new approach is COMSOL.
( *** Disclaimer - I have no relationship with Comsol what so ever.)

Comsol Multiphysics software
https://www.comsol.com/products (https://www.comsol.com/products)
https://www.youtube.com/user/COMSOLmultiphysics/featured (https://www.youtube.com/user/COMSOLmultiphysics/featured)

Although still in it's infancy; the results and progress are, so
far at least, "over-the-top" and it is extremely educational and
very interesting (and quite fun as well). Unlocking, and thus gaining
a better understanding of the more sophisticated physics interactive
relationships, is giving an enormous depth of insight into the questions.

============

The following (sample) video lessons focus on trying to determine, from
the electron on up, how the Ruslan - Kapanadze (so called grenade) coil
functions and how the energy in these systems might be generated.
These are but a smattering of the thousands of videos, papers and books
available for review - while keeping in mind the ultimate goal - FE/CE.

Comsol's "open math" capability also aids in evaluating any promising
postulations. Like having a tracking GPS while playing hide-and-seek!

Lesson 3: Representing Complex Things
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kUft1l6Xrjw (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kUft1l6Xrjw)

Lesson4: Superposition and Stationary States
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oGCdoP-ZJuo (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oGCdoP-ZJuo)
Kinetic energy - Potential energy of a wave?
Time and Space - Eigenvalue function?
Schrodinger equation?
Infinite Square Well - only Kinetic energy -
(p^2/2n,  1/2Wavelength => double momentum
==> quadruple energy)

Lesson5: Infinite Square Well

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RnNmr701OMM (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RnNmr701OMM)
(related to Dirac's postulation and equations)

Lesson 6: More ISW + Dirac Notation
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sDiFERu4PPw (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sDiFERu4PPw)
(Mostly irrelevant but not widely presented or known.)

Lab 2: How to measure dV/dt

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AMY01W256BQ (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AMY01W256BQ)
(nice to know - example)

Lesson14 More Fourier Transforms, inner products

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=myxx2uaqPLM (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=myxx2uaqPLM)
At 17:00 graph start - note slope, then, note at 19:38 spike rise;
wave length were most of the energy is found (21:00)...
At 4:19 - computing project 2... traveling wave function.

Lesson22: Quantized Fields, Transitions
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hZD4wKBpbeY (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hZD4wKBpbeY)

Recall the Grenade Coil might be characterized as a "Slow
Wave Cavity" - a wave guide so to speak; as seen in a
traveling wave tube, for example.

Lesson21: Intro to Time Dependent Perturbation Theory
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tKfbHWeEkKM (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tKfbHWeEkKM)

Lesson23: Laser Cooling!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vlBlK9O3M-4 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vlBlK9O3M-4)
(some very "cool" stuff - get it  :D )

FIN
 
Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: Belfior on March 16, 2018, 12:28:23 PM
Interesting stuff. As a side note I still think Kapanadzes OU is visible on his first video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3thvqFhFIfY

he is using that coil, a PC PSU and something under a circuit board to get that flywheel going and then using that to turn a generator. His OU is in the coil,PSU and what ever is under that piece of circuit board.

I think the grenade coil came later, when he had to hide the real thing under some garbage
Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: SolarLab on March 16, 2018, 04:05:11 PM
F.Y.I.

As requested.

Reference to the above "Lessons, etc."; see sspickle (Steve Spicklemire) on
GitHub for Python, Java code and some support information:

https://github.com/sspickle (https://github.com/sspickle)

Also, may be of interest - Python - stuff:

https://pypi.python.org/pypi/vpython/7.1.3 (https://pypi.python.org/pypi/vpython/7.1.3)

FIN
Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: SolarLab on March 18, 2018, 04:53:53 PM
F.Y.I.

The following youtube video clips illustrate several tasks that might be required 
in a practical approach towards FE/CE device analysis employing CAE.

There may be a steep learning curve; but the knowledge gained is universal
and the pay-back can be quite good in other areas as well. So it's not a waste
of the time and effort invested even if the "secrets" are not immediately revealed
- however, rest assured they will all surface, in a usable form, at some point.

 Brief overview of coil and capacitor analysis and optimization
 (one of many that are available):

COMSOL webinar - modeling coils and electric devices

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n7xhNFzWQ1U (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n7xhNFzWQ1U)

From a typical users prospective (3 videos):

Multilayer Air Coil - Magnetic Flux Density - COMSOL 5.2 - (English Subt.)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W40hkeqSvgM (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W40hkeqSvgM)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H6APIQ7WBFA (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H6APIQ7WBFA)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n7xmWlS_p6g (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n7xmWlS_p6g)

High Voltage Capacitor Design on COMSOL
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aPdX7vhfApw (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aPdX7vhfApw)

Note: (IMHO) One proven methodology when using CAE to analyze and solve
complex problems is to break up the "forest" into "various individual trees"
and then use the characterized "trees" to rebuild a structured "forest." Start
with the "easy trees" and a "small forest." Not so daunting, helps avoid being
overwhelmed and all the smaller pieces are still perfectly usable!

FIN
Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: SolarLab on March 18, 2018, 05:03:27 PM
F.Y.I.

Some General Thoughts and Opinions -

A CAE Approach


Before balking at the up-front investment in time and materials; consider
the amounts that you may have already laid out towards this endeavor.

Many have poured thousands of hours and many thousands of dollars out
- look around your lab - wire, electronics, equipment - and in some cases,
years upon years of study and discussion.

Although it's been extremely interesting and educational; pragmatically,
the results are for the most part, really not quite there yet.

So, in an attempt to avoid being classified within the insanity category, that
is - doing virtually the same thing over and over again and expecting a
different result - it just might be time to try a different approach.

And, if the results turn out to be the same as before, then at worst we
will know that our current science, physics, or engineering needs to be
revised, updated or re-invented. We will have a much better idea of what
works and what doesn't.

The experimentalists appear to have proven much but the theorists have not.
Since CAE tools are now within our grasp; maybe we can help them out a bit!

Just my opinion and my "new" approach...


FIN
Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: SolarLab on March 21, 2018, 01:49:35 PM
F.Y.I.

A (good)  general resource - ties an organized analysis approach to some of the
math that is used; and explains how it fits together to a great extent:

ACDCModuleUsersGuide (2.2MB)

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Awani_Bhushan/post/Comsol_Acoustics_Module/attachment/59d63bc679197b8077998cef/AS:412692939591681@1475405072430/download/ACDCModuleUsersGuide.pdf
 (https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Awani_Bhushan/post/Comsol_Acoustics_Module/attachment/59d63bc679197b8077998cef/AS:412692939591681@1475405072430/download/ACDCModuleUsersGuide.pdf)
The "Review of Electromagnetics" chapter, although focused primarily on the Comsol AC/DC
module, presents (imho) an excellent overview and organized approach to the methodical study of EM in general.

It can also be appreciated, in general, some of the complex interactions that are involved.
Some insight into finding that proverbial "needle-in-the-haystack?"

*** This thing seems to have worked several times but it's "hit-and-miss"  and I can't
figure out why!   And worse; I don't even know what I don't know! ***

FIN
Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: SolarLab on March 27, 2018, 05:20:05 PM
F.Y.I.

Excellent Comsol (ver 4.2 basic introductory +) tutorials (15 total) by "softhummingbird":

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aWYs2EjexhU&list=PLC2D09F3781757C14 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aWYs2EjexhU&list=PLC2D09F3781757C14)

In the last few videos it becomes increasingly clear just how powerful this CAE approach
might be with respect to any FE/CE idea development or actual device design analysis
and optimization
.  By it's nature, CAE also yields good "common language" documentation.

Hummingbird web page (Comsol plus other Tutorials and files - but - unfortunately no longer
supported - use youtube channel above):

http://www.soft-hummingbird.com/Menu_Tutorials_Comsol (http://www.soft-hummingbird.com/Menu_Tutorials_Comsol)

IMHO, softhummingbird sets the "high bar" that tutorial, demo, and many other, videos
should strive for!

FIN
Title: Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
Post by: PcJazz on June 16, 2019, 11:39:52 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 (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 (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 (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

1 - A wave is NOT what something is. It's what something DOES.
2 - No such thing as speed of light exists. Light is a coaxial circuit, rate of induction.
3 - Math is only useful when you want to measure something. Not all things in nature are measruable.