The superluminal (faster than light) scalar or longitudinal waves 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 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 at a local IEEE meeting at McMaster University in , Canada. During the talk he gave an overview of Tesla's life, his inventions, and a plethora of information on his wireless power transmission technology. Afterwards, he demonstrated a small electric fan attached to a scalar wave receiver powered by a transmitter over twenty feet away. Tesla's technology is alive today!

Furthermore, he has approached us at PES Network to open source his design.  You can download his PowerPoint presentation here.  We'll be uploading to our PESNetwork account a video of his presentation to the IEEE in a couple of days.  It's in process of being transmitted, but will take a while, as it is 3+ Gb.  We're expecting to get instructions from Steve on Monday, and we'll be posting a PESWiki page to organize all this material to streamline the presentation.

Take a look at the following video that shows a small boat powered by scalar waves many feet from a transmitter. 


Demonstration of Tesla's Wireless Power Transmission System duplicated at the Tesla Tech Conference, July 2007.


Scalar Wave Properties

You might be wondering what in the world is a scalar wave! It's actually pretty simple. Unlike a transverse wave (like an ordinary radio or light wave) a scalar wave's amplitude does not fluctuate up and down. Instead, try to visualize it more like a vibration of electric potential expanding and contracting in the direction of propagation. 

Scalar waves are also often called "Tesla Waves" or "Longitudinal Waves." All of these terms refer to the same type of wave which oscillates in the direction of propagation instead of perpendicular to the direction of movement. These waves have many unique properties which have been tested and confirmed repeatedly.

1) They are capable of penetrating any solid object including Faraday Cages. You can put a transmitter in a box of thick metal and a receiver outside of the box will receive the scalar wave frequency you are pulsing. The potential here is for a transmitter that can penetrate any obstacle or perhaps communicate directly through the Earth from one side of the globe to the other. 

2) They are capable of superluminal travel. These waves are claimed not to be electromagnetic, but composed of pure potential energy. Due to this, the of light limit does not apply to them. The propagation of a scalar wave has been measured as faster than the of light and thought by some researchers to be potentially of infinite velocity. (Perhaps SETI – The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence – needs a different kind of receiver in order to pick up signals from elsewhere in the universe! Why would advanced ET civilizations even bother using slow transverse waves for interstellar communications?)

3) They are capable of transmitting power. It can then be put to use powering motors, lights, vehicles, etc.

4) A scalar transmitter can wirelessly send power to a receiver through any obstacle. For example, as mentioned above, you can setup a transmitter, put it in a Faraday Cage or a metal box, and a receiver can receive power far away.

5) During the process of transmission and reception they can magnify power. You can input a certain quantity of power into a scalar wave transmitter and yet the receiver can receive several times the power. 

6) Transmitters and receivers can communicate. 

7) A conventional transverse wave transmitter cannot sense if a receiver has "tuned in." However, in a scalar system the transmitter and receiver interact because they are in a state of resonance. 

As you can see Scalar Waves hold many for communication, energy, and other applications. To mimic a commercial for a popular brand of cell phone, "Scalar Waves do what Transverse waves don't." They are fast, penetrating, connected, and can broadcast magnified power. These waves are begging to be utilized!

Recipes for Scalar Waves

Nikola Tesla's most famous scalar wave transmitter was his Wardenclyffe tower on Long Island, NY. Prior to that, at the height of his amazing inventive career, he had a lab in , Colorado. He was able to beam power to receivers miles away that were used to illuminate neon tubes. A great deal is known about his tower, transmitters, and receivers. It is all detailed in his patents. This allows for present day replications!

From examination of Tesla's patents, researchers have learned that perhaps the most critical component of a scalar wave system is the antenna. It is composed of a flat "pancake coil" composed of both a primary and a secondary winding. The coil is connected to a spherical metallic resonator that helps transmit and receive scalar waves. 

A particularly good source for information about scalar wave systems is the website of German scientist, author, and researcher, Konstantin Meyl. He has published a series of books that describe scalar wave systems, detail their components, and discuss their operation. His books also dive into the science and physics of scalar waves, among other fascinating topics.

In fact, he offers scalar wave kits for sale on his site. They include all the components needed for a complete system, arrive in an aluminum suitcase that can serve in the same manner as a Faraday cage for your experiments, and come with a book detailing the kit. These kits have been used by experimenters to prove to themselves and others the existence of scalar waves and their unique properties.

Take a look at the following video to see Konstantin demonstrating a scalar wave transmitter and receiver. The same device in the following video is for sale right now on the internet from his website.


Meyl shows Tesla's longitudinal electricity transmission in at a Tesla,m meeting in 2003!

Even NASA is paying attention to scalar waves to some degree. The paper titled, "Advanced Energetics for Aeronautical Applications: Volume II" by David S. Alexander offers a review of scalar wave (longitudinal wave) research. It mentions the work of Konstantine Meyl and others in the field. Interestingly, the paper also discusses how Dr. James Maxwell's original equations specifically allowed for scalar or longitudinal waves. Only many years later did short sighted scientists who did not care to deal with Maxwell's complex equations based in "quaternions" mathematics arbitrarily discard longitudinal waves. Due to this, many mainstream scientists doubt their existence despite their history and the mountain of evidence which proves they are very, very real. 

 


Circuit diagram used by Steve
comes from Intalek.com, Figure 3.

Opening Tesla's Technology 

Steve Jackson's goal is to open source Tesla's wireless power transmission technology. This is very possible to do, due to the simple nature of the parts and components required. During his talk he published a list of components required to build a system. This same information can be found in the books of Konstantin Meyl and elsewhere on the internet.

By open sourcing this technology, ordinary individuals could prove to themselves, friends, associates, co-workers, and others that Tesla's technology worked as claimed. Not only does it work, but can be replicated and used for practical applications today. All unique properties of scalar waves could be harnessed and developed to revolutionize our society.

When Steve releases plans, drawings, and other information, probably next week, we will add them to a project page at PESWiki.com. We'll add a link from this page when it is ready.

Earth Changes and the Future

In his books and lectures, Konstantin Meyl has compared superluminal scalar waves to the neutrino, which is also thought by some to travel faster than light. Neutrinos bombard the Earth in all directions, but the majority of them arrive from the central star of our solar system. Due to the fact that approximately half of the neutrinos are absorbed as they pass through the Earth, it is thought they may interact with the core and inner layers of our planet. 

Some researchers suggest solar phenomenon can produce variations in neutron emissions which may trigger "earth changes" on our planet. This was depicted in the blockbuster movie, 2012, as the cause for the crust disruptions from the mantle heat-up from increased solar activity. Hence, studying and understanding the nature of scalar waves may increase our chance of survival during chaotic periods in the future. Perhaps by understanding them we could eventually learn how to constructively utilize them to stabilize our planet during periods of solar fluctuations, sun spots, flares, etc. 

Perhaps with the use of scalar wave technology, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, or other natural disasters could be prevented or detected ahead of time. Even a one hour warning before an earthquake, such as the one that recent devastated Japan, could save thousands of lives. Although all kinds of unique technologies are possible with scalar waves, at a minimum we need to understand how neutrinos and scalar waves interact without planet. Not doing so could result in needless death and suffering.

Lets get moving! 

To not harness scalar wave technology for the benefit of mankind would be tragic. Our civilization is facing adversity in countless forms. Hunger, disease, pollution, poverty, and war threaten our future and the future of our children. Scalar waves exist, they are useful, and the information to build devices that generate and receive them is available to everyone. To better understand our universe, to ensure the continuation of our civilization, and to honor Nikola Tesla we should do our best to support the open sourcing of this technology.

Videos

On March 30, Steve conveyed the following YouTube links showing his presentation to the local IEEE on March 24.

#1 Slide 1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qs-2s85lO6o 
#2 Slide 20 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s4kvJpUgGKI  
#3 Slide 39 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4YXPa73NNsA  
#4 Slide 57 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LqhRDY56CqU  
#5 Slide 81 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e1Ht5OVyI5Q  
#6 Slide 93 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JuehDylES_A  

Replication Instruction should be done tomorrow. 


Contact

Steve can be reached by email at steve.jackson@ieee.org 

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This story is also posted at BeforeItsNews.

 

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