Electrical Scalar Waves were discovered by the
genious engineer Dr Nikola Tesla (1856-1943), who is considered one
of the most brilliant scientists ever, author of more than 500
patents, inventor and precursor to many of devices or common use at
Prof Dr. Ing K. Meyl (1952-), invented modern version of scalar wave transmission systems, as well as dicovered magnetic scalar waves (Meylians) that drive cellular communication of all organic live systems.
Fig 21.12, 22.7, 21.6, 22, freq diagram, extracted
from K.Meyl bibliography.
Electrical scalar waves are longitudinal waves , this is, waves that propagate in the direction of electric field vector.
As a counterpart, there are electromagnetic waves, that are transverse, this is, the direction of wave propagation takes place perpendicular to direction of magnetic and electric field vectors.
A. Longitudinal propagation
B. Scalar waves cannot be shielded, can pass through matter following a straight line from transmitter antenna to receiver antenna
C. Possibility of wave modulation by frequency and wave length simultaneously, for this reason information transmission is much more efficient and dense, unlike electromagnetic waves that only can me modulated by frequency, since speed is constant, c
D. Scalar waves are more stable the smaller and faster, and very stable at speed higher the 1.618c
E. Scalar Waves are not detected with standard meassurement instruments, since these are based on a constant speed, c, therefore would be necassary more than one hundred meassurement devices to cover the complete range of frequencies and speeds.
F. Variable Propagation speed:
v>c: Neutrino radiation
v<c Plasma, termal vortices, biophotons, earth radiation
v=0 antenna noise
G. Cells of organic systems communicate to each other by means of magnetic scalar waves (Meylians), and to establish cell communication resonance is required, and to ge tinto resonance some conditions must be met:
i. Same frequency
ii. Same wave shape (modulation)
iii. Opposite phase (180º)
H. Extended wave equation