The superluminal (faster than light) scalar or longitudinal waves Nikola Tesla used to magnify and wirelessly transmit power are not just a thing of the past. IEEE engineer, Steve Jackson, discusses and demonstrates how they can be utilized today, and he is open sourcing it here!
by Hank Mills
Pure Energy Systems News
Nikola Tesla is the father of the modern age. His inventions of radio, remote controlled devices, alternating current, and induction motors (among many others), paved the way for modern civilization. Yet other of his inventions barely saw the light of day, despite their tremendous potential.
Such a severely under utilized technology is his wireless energy transmission techniques. By producing scalar (longitudinal) waves, he could achieve superluminal (faster than light) communication, send signals through any material including Faraday cages, and wirelessly beam power to receivers. Researchers like Steve Jackson provide hope that by open sourcing Tesla's work, scalar wave transmission can proliferate and positively benefit the world.
Last Thursday, March 24, 2011, Steve Jackson held a presentation and demonstration of a scalar wave transmitter and receiver at a local IEEE meeting at McMaster University in Ontario, Canada.… Read the rest