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Secondary Scalar Station Considerations

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  • Harvey Norris
    Having fathomed the mechanisms involved with producing simultaneous opposite polarity magnetic fields of both north and south polarities, the delivery wires
    Message 1 of 1 , Feb 3, 2010
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      Having fathomed the mechanisms involved with producing simultaneous opposite polarity magnetic fields of both north and south polarities, the delivery wires are considered.

      We can compare the curvature of the earth with 1550 miles.
      A centrally placed 60 hz generator from that point can send opposite polarity voltage signals to the two opposite distant locations of action, and yet being 90 degrees out of phase with the two opposite polarity signals, the generator itself is sending nothing at that simultaneous time, but its load across the earth resistance between the distant points is itself at a maximum. The next step in the endeavor is to superimpose a higher frequency on such a stepped up oscillation.

      Indeed such a premise seems preposterous. However it itself is preposterous to consider that sending energy to a distant location is possible or even feasible, so primitive initial tests may be made.

      It is the arc gap between stations that makes the proposition feasible, and designable. The scalar stations are nothing more then glorified dual tesla primaries of very low frequency determined by the arc gap between stations and their length of wire as coils and their own naturally low resonant frequency of operation as multi-turn layer coils. That length of wire connection between stations (may) itself influence the frequency produced, and also the predicted length and dimensions of the receiver coil placed at comparatively distant location of reception.
      Pioneering the Applications of Interphasal Resonances http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/teslafy/
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