I've tried this question in more than one group, but never received a
serious reply. Since Scalar Waves is a subject that often crops up
in discussions of Tesla (usually in association with Tom Bearden)
I'll try it here.
Ok, here's the question. Every time I see a coil designed to produce
scalar waves, it turn out to be nothing more than an interference
That is a coil where the current moves along parallel paths in
opposite directions, so that the magnetic fields give 100%
This raises a very interesting problem:
Is something produced by an arrangement of this kind, and if so, what
characteristics would it have?
My understanding is that scalar waves are very potent, and should
have some spectacular results if present in any quantity (from
readings in other groups).
Here is the problem: Interference windings are the basis of most
electical noise reduction technology today. Every telephone wire
pair and computer cable uses this method (twisted pair wires). Now
when you consider the amount of power consumed in computer and
telephone communications, we should be up to our noses in scalar
waves without the necessity of building devices to produce them.
So far, I have noted no spectacular effects associated with my
computer systems nor with telephone wires.
Yes, I'm a sceptic when it comes to things that have to be taken on
faith when they should be physically manifested under present