Scalar Wave Science Fair Projects

Scalar Wave Science Fair Project

What is a scalar wave and what can it do?

  1. Introduction to Scalar Wave Technology
    • Graphic: Apparatus for Transmitting Electrical Energy...
    • Magnitude and Direction
    • Graphic: example of transverse wave interferometry
    • Graphic: example of scalar wave interferometry
    • Pic: example of artificial cloud patterns
  2. How to create a Scalar Field
    • Graphic: High Voltage Scalar Field Generator
    • Graphic: Mobius Coil Scalar Field Generator
  3. Comparison - Scalar and Gravitational Fields
    • Graphic: example of scalar interferometry
  4. Scalar Wave Telemetry Technology
    • How to Build Caduceus Coils for Scalar Wave Telemetry
    • Graphic: caduceus coil scalar field generator
    • Graphic: example of scalar wave telemetry
    • Application of Pulse-Frequency-(De)Modulation...
  5. How to Produce Scalar Fields using Simple Materials
    • Graphic: Scalar effect extends Bloch Walls of permanent magnets
  6. What is the nature of anti-gravity?..
    • What is a Bloch Wall?
    • Graphic: Bloch Wall Illustrated in a Magnet
    • Graphic: The 'Broken 8' wave zone in the Bloch Wall
    • Graphic: Bloch Wall as Independent of Magnetic Fields
    • Graphic: Bloch Wall as a function of the Electromagnetic Spectrum
    • Graphic: The actual lines of magnetic force on the earth...
  7. Suggested Scalar Wave Experiments...
  8. Prove the Efficiency of Scalar vs. Transverse EM Wave...
    • Graphic: Transverse Wave Test Setup
    • Graphic: Scalar Wave Setup
  9. Scalar Wave Detector Configuration
  10. Extra Credit Project: The Earth as a Capacitor
  11. References
  12. Comment on this Article

Introduction to Scalar Wave Technology

In recent years there's been a great amount of interest in the Scalar (Ʃ) Wave or the "Tesla Wave," named after Nikola Tesla. Tesla laid the foundation for Scalar Wave Technology only to have it disregarded and shunned by mainstream academia (with the guiding hand of centralized power companies). Here is one U.S. Patent by Tesla, an apparatus for (wirelessly) transmitting electrical energy:

Patent #1,119,732 Apparatus for Transmitting Electrical Energy, circa 1914
Patent #1,119,732 Apparatus for Transmitting Electrical Energy, circa 1914

If you would like to put together a winning science fair project using Tesla Technology, please have a look at the titles under related posts: The Extraluminal Transmission Systems of Tesla and Alexanderson by Eric Dollard, The Secret to Tesla's Power Magnification by Jim Murray & Paul Babcock.

Since Scalar Wave Science Fair Projects has become a high traffic page, I would like to provide you and other aspiring scientists with further insight of which most people are unaware. Then again, most people don't care about who or what provides their power - as long as they have it.

Scalars are capable of antigravity, beam weapons, remote sensing, anti-inertia fields, wireless transmission of power, "free" energy and more. Lets look at what a Scalar (Ʃ indicates a summation of forces) Wave is and how we can produce it.

If you will recall from basic physics, that a vector quantity is defined as having two components:

Magnitude and Direction

Vector quantities are routinely used in mathematical analyses to visually denote forces of one type or another. In a vector quantity there exists the potential to do work and the vector quantity is comprised of two components, one of which may be thought of as "potential energy" (the magnitude), and the other one being "kinetic energy" (the direction). If we point our finger at an object, then it may be thought of as exhibiting a direction without exhibiting a force. The finger has the capability of exhibiting a force on the object if we move the finger toward it, touch it and press on it with some force. The finger then, when only pointing towards the object without touching it, may be thought of as exhibiting potential energy as we approach it.

We can think of this pure potential as a scalar field because it has yet to interact with resistance or equivalent potential energy field in such a way as to give it direction to make it do work. Until the finger actually meets the object and experiences a resistance, the finger exhibits kinetic energy or energy in motion, but without yet actually doing any work. In other words, the force does not know of itself until it meets a resistance or an equi-potential energy field.

You may think of the "Scalar" part of the total vector as the potential energy component or the ability of dormant energy to do work once it is given a direction. Therefore, the Scalar field could be defined as a stress-free area in the structure of space time. The stress-free area is very much like potential energy because it can not be directly measured or observed. You may ask: "How do we know it's there?"

example of transverse wave interferometry
example of transverse wave interferometry


example of scalar wave interferometry
example of scalar wave interferometry

The Scalar Wave manifests itself as a vector quantity by either being given direction (so that it meets a resistance and thus manifests), or by combining it with a second Scalar Wave to cause an interference pattern to form. Scalar Waves, like electromagnetic (EM) waves, are invisible to the naked eye - unless they are manifested within a visible medium. For example, we can see modulated patterns in the wake of an EM interference pattern within a medium of charged particles - like the artificial patterns we sometimes see in clouds:

example of artificial cloud patterns
example of artificial cloud patterns

Scalar waves can only be detected by its manifestation in a vector or work mode form. Like electromagnetic radiation, Scalar (Ʃ) waves are measured indirectly but are fundamentally electromagnetic in nature.

How to create a Scalar Field

For this experiment, take a charged electrical capacitor and bring out from each end of the capacitor a large copper plate, and space the two plates so that they are parallel and as close as possible without allowing them to touch. Lets suppose we have a 50,000-volt capacitor and arrange the plates as close together as possible and surround the plates with a vacuum to prevent leakage from dust and air.

The region between the 2 plates represents a highly stressed region of space-time where, if we insert a material of any type in between the plates, then work will be done either in the form of transference of some of this stress to the inserted object, or a total dissipation of this stress into a vector form of energy (spark discharge).

Graphic: High Voltage Scalar Field Generator

high voltage Scalar field generator

Now if we take this same highly charged capacitor and instead of taking each end out to a plate wherein the potential difference between these plates produces a vector field, we take both plates and connect them to the same end of the capacitor. By spacing the 2 plates in a parallel manner, we have created a Scalar field. The area between the 2 plates is a passive, stress-free region of space-time, incapable of extending (by itself alone) any force on any mass placed within that field. The field is incapable of doing work in the normal fashion. However, with 2 properly arranged Scalar fields, interference may be set up wherein enormous quantities of vector energy may be dissipated.

The beauty of the Scalar field is that it passes effortlessly through all mass with no reduction of intensity and can be projected anywhere in the universe by simple coordinate manipulation.

If we arrange an electromagnetic coil in such a manner to cancel out all created electromagnetic fields generated, then all that remains is the Scalar field. Such a configuration can be accomplished by winding the coil in a mobius configuration. Since electrical current is being passed through the coil, energy is being dissipated. But where is it going? Only a portion of it is being dissipated in the coil as heat while the remainder is going into producing the electromagnetic field, which is cleverly arranged to cancel itself out.

Graphic: Mobius Coil Scalar Field Generator

mobius coil scalar field generator

The charged mobius coil produces a scalar field, which has no capability of doing work, and passes through everything unnoticeably with no reduction of energy. When we learn how to manipulate a Scalar field in such a manner as to locate it anywhere we wish, we may project a second phase-shifted wave to the same coordinates to cause remote dissipation of virtually limitless quantities of energy.

Hypothesis: Comparison between Scalar and Gravitational Fields

Gravity appears to possess all the Scalar properties we have described; it passes effortlessly through all masses undiminished and is only recognized when a mass is placed in the proximity of another mass creating a gravity field vector which is capable of doing work and being recognized as "gravitational attraction."

A gravity field vector can, hypothetically, be created by Scalar (Ʃ) Wave methods: By triangulating a series of 3 translator/projectors and using a resonant frequency (1012 cycles/second is the frequency of radiated gravity,) we can produce an interference wave front along 3 axes in such a way as to produce a levity effect, a pocket of space with its own gravitational field. In laymen's terms, we can produce antigravity, but this is a more advanced subject.

What we're suggesting is the creation of an energy pocket or bottle: Using the proper resonant freqs. this pocket can take on the characteristics of its surroundings. For example, if we create the energy bottle in a low pressure, mass free region of our atmosphere with a potential for a hurricane, the energy bottle (hypothetically) becomes a hurricane. Since the energy bottle is directional, the hurricane (hypothetically) can be steered. Please look at Weather Control Warfare: Anomalous Energy Signatures for examples.

example of scalar interferometry
example of scalar interferometry

Hypothesis: Scalar (Ʃ) Wave Telemetry Technology

The following is a brief overview of how to make an Omnidirectional longitudinal Scalar (Ʃ) Wave Receiver & Transmitter. In contrast to common (Hertzian) transverse vector waves, Scalar (Ʃ) Waves materialize at the receiving end, at superluminal velocities. Scalar (Ʃ) Waves also quite effectively penetrate through EM barriers, such as a Faraday Shield, which would stop an ordinary electromagnetic (Hertzian type) wave. Shown below is a simple directional, Scalar (Ʃ) wave generator/detector.

How to Build Caduceus or "Tensor" Coils for Scalar Wave Telemetry

caduceus coil scalar field generator
caduceus coil scalar field generator

Ordinary insulated copper wire is wound in a double helix configuration around a ferrite core.

This coil has a canceling effect of the magnetic fields at the nodes, due to the opposing magnetic fields summing to zero.

The nodes MUST lie along a straight line. Once the magnetic field is cancelled, you are left with a field of pure potential.

This field will be a narrow threadlike beam parallel to the cylindrical axis. By precise physical alignment of two Caduceus coils, one as transmitter and the other as a receiver, you can send signals that can't be detected on a standard Hertzian type radio receiver. This receiver/transmitter combination is limited to "line-of-sight," i.e., beyond the curvature of the planet, transmitter and receiver must be aimed through the planet. Potentially, this system can transmit and receive a signal anywhere within, on, and beyond the planet:

example of scalar wave telemetry
example of scalar wave telemetry

Application of Pulse-Frequency-(De)Modulation to Scalar Wave Telemetry

See Popular Electronics August 1980, PG 94 & 95, for a simple PFM Modulator/Demodulator. For an inexpensive, user friendly PFM, put together your own Electronic Pulse Generator Kit from this merchant.

Tune the carrier frequency so that it falls in the "Experimenters band" of 160 to 180 kilocycles.

Note: By definition Hertzian type waves are transverse vector waves. So the units used when referring to Scalar (Ʃ) waves should be given in the old form of Cycles-Per-Second (Kilocycles, KC or Mega-Cycles, MC), to prevent confusion. Measure the impedance, and inductance, of the Caduceus coil, and find their natural resonant frequencies using the PFM between two coils.

How to Produce Scalar Fields using Simple Materials

magnet wire wrapped ceramic magnets

Obtain two Radio Shack (rectangular) ceramic magnets and glue their north pole faces together. Wind the magnets with about 50 turns of #30 magnet wire. Wire gauge is not critical. The brush noise from the DC motor provides a pulse signal to the coil, which modulates the 'colliding' field pattern of the magnets and creates interesting Scalar effects within a narrow pencil-beam pattern, which extends from each face of the magnet out to a few inches. This particular effect extends and exploits a characteristic of permanent magnets which is not covered in conventional physics.

Scalar effect extends Bloch walls of permanent magnets
Scalar effect extends Bloch Walls of permanent magnets

What is the nature of anti-gravity in a magnet?

What is a Bloch Wall?

A Bloch Wall is the point of division of the circling vortex, or spin, of the electron magnetic energies of the north and south poles. The north pole (-) magnetism spins to the left; the south pole (+) magnetism spins to the right. The point of zero magnetism and no-spin, which is also the point of magnetic reversal where the two spin fields join, is the Bloch Wall.

Bloch Wall Illustrated in a Magnet
Bloch Wall Illustrated in a Magnet

We have two antithetical polarities meeting and generating a third element, the Bloch Wall, which is a weak pressure (gravity) generator. The south pole is the source and the north pole is the sink. The individual pole energy rotations are three component vectors and the conjunction (Bloch Wall) is a tensor.

The 'Broken 8' wave zone in the Bloch Wall
The 'Broken 8' wave zone in the Bloch Wall - Notice the similarity between the lines of force and wrapping a caduceus coil

In all electromagnets, the Bloch Wall is actually external to the unit. The Bloch Wall, the neutral center gravity wave source, is also generated just outside the gap between the north magnet faces when power is applied.

Bloch Wall as Independent of the Magnetic Fields
Bloch Wall as Independent of the Magnetic Fields

In terms of the electromagnetic spectrum, the point of 1012 cycles/second is marked as our non-Hertzian gravity, while below this is Hertzian components of radar, radio, and standard EM frequencies. Above it are infrared and optical energy frequencies. 1012 cycles/second is the frequency of radiated gravity.

Bloch Wall/Gravity Wave Field Source as a function of the Electromagnetic Spectrum
Bloch Wall/Gravity Wave Field Source as a function of the Electromagnetic Spectrum

A Bloch Wall is a gravity wave field source and is a function of the electromagnetic spectrum as illustrated. A Bloch Wall is a neutral central region at the junction of two magnetic poles; as a dipolar, permanent magnet, this includes the Earth, the other planets and similar celestial bodies. Bloch walls are "magnetic flow reversal points" also known as a "diamagnetic vortex points." These "points" can be seen on the grid system maps at Ley Lines, Cancer, and Earth Grid.

The actual lines of magnetic force on the earth due to the Bloch Wall
The actual lines of magnetic force on the earth due to the Bloch Wall

Suggested Scalar Wave Experiments using a Bloch Wall

  • Purchase two identical music CDs. Listen to both to verify that they are identical. Now let the "Scalar (Ʃ) beam" play all over the surface of one of the CDs for about one minute. You may want to build a simple rotating platform to make this process more convenient. Now play the two CDs and compare them again. Hear any difference?

  • Connect a small probe-coil to an oscilloscope, then move it around in the beam and observe the waveforms.

  • Taste some wine, then put it in a small airtight container and place it against the magnet face for a few (minutes? hours?) Taste it again. Improvements? Try it with and without the power supply connected to verify that any changes are caused by the Scalar (Ʃ) beam and by just the magnetic field.

  • Place various types of food in the beam then compare flavor with untreated samples.

  • Grow two collections of plants, water one with normal H2O, water the other with H2O that's been treated by several minutes. Then try Hours of exposure to the beam.

  • Aim the beam directly at a plant for many days, compare it with another untreated plant as a control.

  • Sprout two groups of seeds, one treated and one untreated, and look for differences in number, health, growth rate, etc., between the two groups.

  • Measure the growth of the tip of a plant stem by using a tiny lever, mirror, and laser beam. Graph the growth rate, then treat the plant with the Scalar (Ʃ) beam and look for changes in the rate. (Note that this method can also be used to observe plants' realtime response to numerous stimuli both conventional and "weird." Fertilizer? Light? Music? Good / Bad thoughts?)

  • Observe microscopic life forms in pond water, then expose them to the beam. See if their behavior changes while it is operating. Or, expose the water to the beam for several minutes or hours, then compare the number and activity of life forms in the water with an untreated bottle.

  • Compare the effects of adding the same treated or untreated pond water to a slide under the microscope.

  • Use an op-amp buffer and an audio amplifier to listen to the noise output of a capacitor which is shielded in a thick copper box, (or does a resistor or transistor work better?) then aim the beam at the box and listen for signals.

Experimental Objective: Prove the Efficiency of Scalar (Ʃ) vs. Transverse EM Wave Electrical Power Transmission

The following notes were taken from an experiment by Eric P. Dollard on the power transmission efficiency of longitudinal magneto dielectric (scalar) waves versus transverse waves. Between the two systems, he uses the same components; all he does is switch them around to derive scalar vs. transverse. First, let's examine a transverse wave set up:

Transverse Wave Test Setup
Transverse Wave Test Setup

Each element in this set up has capacitors parallel and inductors perpendicular to source. As you see, the components in this test consist of:

  1. Frequency Oscillator
  2. Operational Amplifier
  3. Inductors with power rating to match the op-amp
  4. Capacitors with power rating to match the op-amp

The test equipment consists of a magnetic and electric probes. The capacitors can be electrolytic, but this is not required. When using electrolytic, make sure polarities are aligned with each other. The number of components/elements are set up at one quarter wavelength.

Using the transverse wave set up, the following data was uncovered:

  1. The magnetism is greater towards the source
  2. The dielectricity is greater towards the load
  3. The heat of the inductors is greater towards the source
  4. The heat of the capacitors is greaters towards the load

The result of a transverse EMW power transmission: The magnetic energy is greater towards the source while the dielectric energy is greater towards the load. The resonant frequency for power transmission was 1520Hz (1.52KHz).

Now, let's examine a scalar wave set up using the same components:

Scalar Wave Setup
Scalar (Ʃ) Wave Setup

In the scalar wave setup, the apparatus has capacitors perpendicular and inductors parallel to the source. The following data was uncovered:

  1. The magnetic energy is greater towards the load
  2. The dielectric energy is also greater towards the load
  3. The heat of the inductors is greater towards the load
  4. The heat of the capacitors is greater towards the source

The result of a scalar (Ʃ) wave power transmission: Both magnetic and dielectric energies are greater towards the load. The resonant frequency for power transmission was 3600KHz (3.6MHz).

Conclusion:

  1. In the transverse wave setup, magnetic and dielectric energies are in space opposition to the apparatus. This indicates an unnatural electric form.
  2. In the scalar (Ʃ) wave setup, magnetic and dielectric energies are in space conjunction to the apparatus. This indicates a natural electric form.

Tesla Scalar Wave Systems: The Earth as a Capacitor

by Richard L. Clark
Tesla Scalar Wave Systems: The Earth as a Capacitor
Tesla Scalar Wave Systems: The Earth as a Capacitor

Nikola Tesla engineered his communications and power broadcast systems based on the Earth as a spherical capacitor plate with the ionosphere as the other plate. The frequencies that work best with this system are 12 Hz and its harmonics and the "storm" frequency at around 500KHz. The basic Earth Electrostatic System and the basic Tesla Designs are shown in the figure above. The circuit apparatus must be one quarter wavelength or some odd multiple of it.

The elevated capacitor has two functions: Capacity to ground (Cg) and Capacity to Ionosphere (Ci). The bottom plate only to ground is Cg. Both plates are Ci. L2 and C3 are a resonant stepdown air core coupling system at the desired frequency.

Simple calculations allow resonant frequency values to be determined from the Tesla Equivalent Circuit diagram. Be extremely careful of high voltages in this system (reactance chart not enclosed).

Scalar (Ʃ) Wave Detector Configuration

This configuration of Faraday Cage, oscilloscope, resonant tuning circuit, pre-amp and magnet, and necessary cabling is capable of detecting Scalar (Ʃ) waves and fields:

Scalar wave detector
Scalar (Ʃ) Wave Detector

References:

  1. Some of the graphics and concepts are extracted from Anti-Gravity & the World Grid; edited by David Hatcher Childress; Adventures Unlimited Press; 1992.
  2. 2018-02-18, Eric Dollard Live Call Recording:

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