## Teslian waves - Longitudinal Electromagnetic Waves - "Scalar waves"

Excerpt from http://rationalwiki.org/wiki/Scalar_wave
"A scalar wave is a purported type of electromagnetic wave that works outside physics as we know it.
The central conceit is that scalar waves restore certain useful aspects of Maxwell's equations "discarded" in the nineteenth century by those fools Heaviside, Hertz and Gibbs.[1] Nikola Tesla was also interested in them, in his more-than-a-little-odd period."
(Quoting beginning of post by Leo Alexander Ängeslevä)

Excerpts from image of https://jmag0904.wordpress.com/2013/05/25/what-are-scalar-waves/comment-page-1/

"Electromagnetic Waveforms"
"Hertzian waves transmit Energy in a PLANAR transverse EM waveform producing "Radio waves".
Teslian waves transmit Energy in a LONGITUDINAL waveform producing "Action at a Distance".

Although they utilise the same EM energies, different EM waveforms can be produced where the Electric fields are in the 90° opposition to each other, thus leading to conflicting theories of EM wave propagation.

In 1888, Heinrich Hertz demonstrated the reality of Maxwell's electromagnetic waves by experimentally generating radio waves in his laboratory.

Through longitudinal waves, Tesla transferred energy to receiving devices. He sent electrostatic forces through the air, transferred electrical energies and noted the lethal forces produced by these waves."

Notes:
Scalars: quantities fully described by a magnitude (or numerical value) alone, e.g. temperature
Vectors: quantities fully described by both a magnitude and a direction, e.g. force
http://www.physicsclassroom.com/class/1DKin/Lesson-1/Scalars-and-Vectors

For quantities that are described by three components e.g. stress which is described by magnitude, direction and plane use a tensor.http://zeus.plmsc.psu.edu/~manias/MatSE447/03_Tensors.pdf

Scalar fields: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scalar_field "In physics, scalar fields often describe the potential energy associated with a particular force. The force is a vector field, which can be obtained as the gradient of the potential energy scalar field."
"Examples include:
Potential fields, such as the Newtonian gravitational potential, or the electric potential in electrostatics, are scalar fields which describe the more familiar forces.
A temperature, humidity or pressure field, such as those used in meteorology."

Website of Prof Meyl (link provided by Karlheinz Croissant)
http://www.meyl.eu/go/index.php?dir=10_Home&page=1&sublevel=0

On the derivation of Maxwell's equation https://www.physicsforums.com/threads/scalar-waves-is-this-a-complete-fabrication.238709/

## Scalar Waves are Torsion Waves?

Please refer to the page on Torsion Fields - Kozyrev Mirrors

Below is an excerpt:

Torsion fields - Kozyrev Mirrors - Biocommunication - Remote Viewing

Excerpts from David Wilcock 's blog http://divinecosmos.com/…/362-groundbreaking-russian-dna-di…

"Many Western scientists who have explored these topics, most notably Lt. Col. Tom Bearden, call them “scalar waves”, but we feel that “torsionwaves” is ultimately an easier term to use, since it continually reminds us of their spiraling nature. The reader should be aware that in all cases, what we are dealing with is simply an impulse of momentum that travels through the medium of the aether / ZPE / physical vacuum, and does not possess electromagnetic qualities."

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