Purpose of this article is to introduce the reader to the simple way of transmitting an electrical scalar wave with an efficiency of at least 100 percent. As a basis we use an official patent by Nikola Tesla and the Theory of Objectivity by Konstantin Meyl.
Before we begin, we have to justify the use of scalar waves, that is, longitudinal waves, in the theory of electromagnetism. The Maxwell’s equations used today do not allow for any longitudinal waves at all in the vacuum. In their inhomogeneous form however they allow for such waves which are also called plasma waves. Let alone this fact ask ourselves the question: How can something be in matter that cannot be in free space? Isn’t free space the source of all matter?
Before we continue let us do a short digression on wave form to get a better grasp. The wave form most accepted by today’s electromagnetism is the electromagnetic wave, that is a transverse wave of the electromagnetic field. This means that the electric field pointer, the magnetic field pointer and the field pointer of the velocity of propagation are perpendicular to one another. From the transverse wave equation
– curl curl E * c² = δE/δt²
it is obvious that the electric and the magnetic field pointers must oscillate like a sine wave with like period. However, their phase is free to chose. If the difference in phase is 0° the wave is said to be linearly polarized; if it is 90° the wave is said to be circularly polarized and looks, if you cut through the area perpendicular to the propagation velocity like a circle; if the phase difference is in between, the wave is said to be elliptically polarized.[I need to add here that besides this transverse wave “of the field” there is a non-stationary particle which fulfills the same properties. In this article, however, we will not look into that. If you’re interested please have a look at the description of the photon by K. Meyl.]
Longitudinal waves behave from ground up different. The main property of such waves is that one field pointer, either electric or magnetic, is perpendicular to the propagation velocity, while the other is parallel. Hence we can put them in two categories and associate them with one of the two fields. If the electric field pointer is parallel to the velocity, we will call it an electric transverse wave and vice versa. Let us now look at the equation of such a wave:
grad div E * c² = = δE/δt²
We see that we are dealing with div E, that is we need some charged particle which ‘carries’ the wave. This particles are neutrinos – however, I will not go into them here. If you doubt their existence, please look at the established literature; they are well-known.
Furthermore a longitudinal wave does not have a fixed velocity of propagation. In contrast to the transverse wave, which can be unambiguously identified in free space on a one dimensional spectrum, that is by its frequency or wave length, the longitudinal wave needs two values in the vacuum: two from frequency, wave length and speed of propagation (the third one follows from these according to the equation v = λ*f). Thus we are dealing with a two dimensional spectrum, which complicates the complexity in measurement devices. Once this becomes common knowledge, there is much to do.
Contrary to the transverse wave, the longitudinal wave does not propagate equally in all directions – instead it is a directed wave, such as sound, that also increases its focus when in resonance with another source of a longitudinal wave.
We have now established the basics and will move on to the experiment. The experiment itself was first carried out by Nikola Tesla and is described in his Patent No. 645,576 from 1900. The setup consists of two spherical electrodes, of of the emitter and one of the receiver, which are connected to spirally wound Tesla coils. The coils of the emitter is then supplied with alternating current, which by the bifilar winding is increased in voltage (and of course decreased in current) till it reaches the center. The spherical electrode then oscillated with great amplitude from positive to negative and so on. Disregarding resonance effects it is obvious that the emitter now radiates electrical longitudinal waves in all directions, which as we said must be carried by neutrinos. Just imagine that the pulsating ball attracts positive neutrinos in one moment, and negative ones the the next.
Now the receiver must also be supplied with alternating current, but the amplitude in voltage and the power can be a lot lower. It must only be possible to adjust the frequency as distortions from the environment cause that both frequencies must not be exactly the same. When the resonance then is found, a direct longitudinal wave from emitter to receiver will be established, which will almost not interact with the environment. By this standing wave, potential from the emitter is transferred to the receiver, such that there is an actual transmission of power and thus energy. Most of the time the receiver also resonates with naturally occurring longitudinal waves of the same kind, such that the efficiency can be greater than 100 percent.
As a matter of fact this experiment has be rebuilt by K. Meyl in Germany, and shown to be able to transfer energy and also faster than the speed of light. This of course must not come to a surprise to the reader, as previously we said that longitudinal wave do not have a fixed speed of propagation, and thus the idea comes that they are faster than light. In fact at CERN they once measured neutrinos being faster than light, just to announce a few day later that there had been a “measurement error”.
Finally I would like to point to the extraordinary possibilities of this simple device: transmission of energy wirelessly anywhere in the world. The whole electric grid would be unnecessary. You wouldn’t need to drive to the filling station again, because all cars, which are of course electric at that point in time, would get there energy right away when needed. Probably even the whole internet would be transferred to this system, as connections are a lot faster and the bandwidth thus increases. The only concern I have is that we should stay away from biologically relevant frequencies. I hope you liked the read.