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Proposed Scalar Interferometry Test./Pt 1

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  • Harvey D Norris
    Each scalar station consists of air core magnetic fields from paired 12 lb/23 gauge/~2.5 Henry 1000 ohms 60 hz impedance/140 ohms resistance coil matches to
    Message 1 of 1 , Feb 4, 2010
      Each scalar station consists of air core magnetic fields from paired 12 lb/23 gauge/~2.5 Henry 1000 ohms 60 hz impedance/140 ohms resistance coil matches to produce magnetic fields in cancellation in their polar areas; thereby exhibiting a theoretical scalar planar wave of magnetic cancellation.

      Each station is wired in polarity fashion so that when in time one station undergoes a north pole compression, the opposite station produces a south pole compression.

      The oppositely phased theoretical scalar planar waves are then positioned for a calculated receiver station at right angles to both scalar planes of opposition at least 5 ft away from the sending coils.

      Or better explorations of the proposed principle initially proposed by Tom Bearden many years ago may be obtaining closer and closer positioning of the orthogonal scalar plane cancellations to that of the receiving station, until the point where the predicted induction from the dual cancellation of opposite magnetic field sets is made. In fact here some magnetic common sense can be initially shown to at least first understand some of the flux leakage aspects of these magnetic circuits. In a motor the attractive magnetic force imparts more energy into the mechanical reaction of the armature then does its opposite magnetic repulsion side of action. Why is this, it sounds somewhat like the Biefield/ Brown effect or something?

      Perhaps not, but what may not be initially considered about magnetic forces where we assume that each opposite one should be equal, is the fact that if we visualize in three dimensions the magnetic field lines of coils in magnetic attraction, the lengths of those field line loops circling both coils is much shorter for the case of attraction, then is that for the case of repulsion, in which case the loops circle back to their own coil origin, without seemingly effectively engaging mutual inductance of the other coil,for the simple fact that the field lines that intersect with the other coil are exiled from that intersection by the decree of magnetic repulsion. However it is only in this case that by dictates of lenz law, then each coil induces an additional coil current on its partner in opposition. However we still know that the inductance of each coil is reduced by this arrangement brought on by mutual inductance of repulsion, but according to this presumed theory there should still be differences between the two cases of resonant tuning derived thereby.

      It then seems sensible to conclude that when oppositely phased; mutually repulsive magnetic fields are sent on the long journey in space around in space to arrive at its own opposite polity magnetic field established by its own coil, if these planar cancellations can come close enough together, instead those field lines will link to its opposite planar fields of cancellation; and just like rubber bands in space compressing to find the point of least resistance, they now link to the other coils plane of magnetic cancellation, again for the simple fact that the scalar sets are designed to send concurrent north and south pole cancellations, each seeking its opposite point of origin, but now it is given the option to take a shorter path. Thus if a receiver coil is placed in that theorized intersection zone, it would seem obvious that its effect as load should also add to change the mutual inductance of the scalar stations themselves, perhaps to aid the action to demonstrate more distant magnetic interactions between coils which are normally considered impossible.
      Sincerely,
      Harvey D Norris.
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