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Scalar Interferometer Part 4
Material based on T. Bearden, Fer de Lance
Understanding the basics of electromagnetism

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That concludes our discussion on resonance. In our next class, we'll explore the various modes of scalar interferometry.
That concludes our discussion on resonance. In our next class, we'll explore the various modes of scalar interferometry.
If each transmitter transmits a pulse, and the two pulses meet in the distant intersection zone, then an explosive emergence or extraction of energy occurs at the distant interference zone, depending upon whether the interferometer is operating in the exothermic or the endothermic mode.
By biasing the transmitter reference potentials well below that of the distant energy bottle, EM energy is extracted from the distant zone and emerges from the transmitter. In that case the interferometer is operating in the endothermic mode.

If the transmitters transmit continuously, the effect in the distant zone is continuous
By biasing the transmitter reference potentials well above that of the distant energy bottle, EM energy emerges in that zone. In that case the interferometer is operating in the exothermic mode.
A most useful device is obtained if one uses a scalar interferometer where the two transmitters transmit beams which intersect at a distance.

In the interference zone, an energy bottle is created.
And, to the laboratory observer, there has been no "EM wave" energy flow through the intervening space.

This was Tesla's secret of "wireless transmission of energy to a distance without losses."

Further, in a hypothetically perfect case, the interference represents a sort of "energy bottle."

But now recall our need to take the sign of the scalar current into account. In this energy bottle, then, EM energy emerges and stabilizes -- if and only if our transmitters are at higher reference potential than the ambient interference zone. If our transmitters are biased at lower potential, then energy is extracted from the energy bottle and re-emerges back at the transmitters, where it must be extracted and disposed of, if the transmitters are not to be burned out.
In the interference zone, a strange thing now happens. The relative magnitudes of the artificial potential of one wave with respect to the artificial potential of the other depends upon the phase relationship between the two. Further, whether the "gradient" so established appears negative or positive also depends upon the phase relationship between the two.

What results is most interesting: the out-of-phase condition now produces an EM gradient whose sign and magnitude are functions of the location within the interference zone.

Thus one now has real, non-zero EM potential gradients, both electrical and magnetic. And so real EM energy has emerged in an interference pattern within the area.

Ironically, we get essentially what we had before! Only now we have "put in the zero-reference lines, and produced the non-zero gradient (energy) zones."

In other words, we have recreated ordinary EM energy at a distance, directly from the interference of gravitational potential energy (anenergy).
Here we show the same interference situation, only now we think of transmitting scalar EM waves, which we model as longitudinal waves.

Again we assume two single-frequency scalar EM waves which intersect and interfere in the indicated region.

However, to an external observer, each of these waves individually appears to have zero E and H fields, hence to contain zero EM energy. That is, conventionally we seem to be transmitting waves of "pure potential," without any "force field" amplitudes whatsoever. We say we are transmitting waves of "artificial potential," since we deliberately constructed the zero-vector-summation scalar waves in the first place.
On this slide we show the orthodox representation of EM wave interference.

The chart is stylized since we assume two single-frequency EM waves which intersect and interfere in the indicated region.

In the interference zone, in-phase wave amplitudes add (constructive interference) while out-of-phase wave amplitudes subtract (destructive interference). In our stylized mode, we show the zero-summed locations as lines.

Conventionally, these interfering waves are considered to be transverse waves in vacuum.

The point is, in this scheme we think of "putting in the waves of finite amplitude, and creating the zero-amplitude regions by destructive interference." We create additional waves of increased-amplitude regions by constructive interference.
As we pointed out, we can often greatly simplify matters by considering currents of scalar resonance. These currents flow from higher potential to lower potential, regardless of whether we are considering "transmission" or "reception."

Indeed, to "transmit at lower potential" is to receive, and to "receive at higher potential" is to transmit.

Thus the "transmitter-receiver" is a special system where simply biasing the two nodes differently determines which way the scalar resonance current will flow.

We may increase or decrease an object's inertia and mass, simply by properly biasing the transmitter-receiver system's two nodes.
This understanding opens the door to a remarkable possibility: by targeting an object with scalar waves that resonate with its precise scalar pattern, energy can be introduced into or drawn from that object remotely, similar to how one tuning fork can induce vibrations in another through sympathetic resonance. The implications of this principle for phenomena such as clairvoyance, radionics, and remote viewing are left for the reader to explore and interpret.
The scalar wave transmitter functions analogously to a heat pump in that it can serve as either an energy distributor or an energy siphon, depending on the potential differential between the transmitter and the receiver.

Moreover, scalar resonance exhibits distinct characteristics, including specific frequency patterns, spatial curvature, and variations in the rate of time flow. Each object possesses a unique "scalar pattern," akin to a spatiotemporal fingerprint, reflecting its entire historical trajectory. Consequently, no two objects are scalar-wise identical due to their unique spatiotemporal imprints.
Increasing an object's mass can be achieved by directing scalar electromagnetic (EM) waves towards it, encouraging the object to absorb more waves than it emits. This process, where absorption exceeds emission, effectively charges the object with inertial energy, transforming it into an inertial accumulator. This effect is attained by setting the transmitting source's reference potential higher than that of the target object, ensuring a net influx of scalar waves.

Similarly, reducing an object's mass involves the opposite approach: transmitting scalar EM waves such that the object emits more waves than it absorbs. In this scenario, the object behaves as though it were discharging its accumulated inertial energy. Achieving this requires the scalar wave transmitter's reference potential to be set lower than the target object's, facilitating a net outflow of scalar waves from the object.
This phenomenon elucidates two critical aspects of special relativity's enigmatic observations: (1) the increase in an object's mass relative to its velocity, and (2) the specificity of this mass increase to the direction of motion rather than being uniform in all orientations.

Scalar waves, when emitted from a resonating source, form a patterned ensemble characteristic of that resonance, effectively creating a scalar resonance "current" emanating from the mass-accumulating object. Conversely, scalar waves absorbed by the object contribute to its internal resonance, akin to a scalar resonance current flowing into it. This conceptualization allows for the understanding of scalar resonance as a dynamic, flowing entity.
In standard linear spacetime, the processes of "charging" and "discharging" scalar waves are balanced in all directions, leading to a uniform mass perception from any perspective.

From the viewpoint of an external observer, a moving object experiences an augmented scalar wave flux rate in its motion direction, similar to how it would encounter more raindrops per second moving through a rainstorm compared to being stationary. This increased encounter rate with scalar wave flux necessitates the object to absorb and emit scalar waves more rapidly along its motion trajectory. Consequently, to the external observer, the object appears to have a higher mass concerning any forces acting along its motion path.

Conversely, perpendicular to its motion, the scalar wave flux rate remains unchanged compared to when the object is stationary. Hence, the perceived mass of the moving object, regarding forces acting at right angles to its trajectory, remains constant to the external Lorentz observer.
The concept of mass can be quantitatively described by the rate at which it absorbs and emits energy, termed here as "switching" (with absorption signifying a "switch in" and emission a "switch out"). Bearden proposed a model where the mass of an object is directly related to the net rate of these switches,. According to this model, a mass of one kilogram is equivalent to a switching rate of approximately (1.7053 times 10^{50}) switches per second. An object resides within a Lorentz frame when its rates of absorption and emission are balanced in a specific direction. Moreover, an object is deemed "stationary" relative to a Lorentz observer if the rates of absorption and emission remain constant in all directions. Conversely, if these rates vary across different directions, the object is considered to be in a region of curved spacetime from the perspective of a Lorentz observer, indicating either local spacetime warping or the object's presence in an accelerated frame.
In respect to stress of the vacuum medium, one half of a standing sine wave of scalar resonance is tensile; the other half is compressive. However, this is with respect to the local ambient stress of vacuum.

"Mass" of a particle is just a characteristic exhibited by a trapped scalar resonance. Usually this trapping is done by the "spin" of the individual particle.

The concept of "mass" may be compared to the concept of "capacitance." That is, a mass is an accumulator for scalar waves; that is, for scalar resonances. It is continually being "charged" and "discharged" by absorption and emission of scalar waves from and to the ambient vacuum scalar wave flux.
Scalar resonance is a particular zero-summed multi-resonance, electromagnetically, so that it does not act in an electromagnetic manner.

A scalar resonance is a standing electrogravitational wave. It can be made electrically, but it is not electrical in behavior.

In any scalar resonance, spacetime is curved, and it is the magnitude (and direction) of this spacetime curvature that is oscillating in "standing wave" fashion.

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