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Re: Non-experimental proof of Meyl's Tesla scalar theory
Original poster: "Wall Richard Wayne by way of Terry Fritz <teslalist-at-qwest-dot-net>" <rwall-at-ix-dot-netcom-dot-com>
By definition longitudinal waves oscillate parallel to the direction of
wave propagation. Longitudinal waves cannot be polarized. Only the
electric or magnetic components of transverse EM waves oscillate transverse
to direction of wave propagation and only these two can be polarized.
Signing off topic.
> This longitudinal issue to me seems to directly
> analogous to a third degree of polarization. An
> inductor as a recieving loop in rf can recieve signals
> in two distinct categories, either as loops
> encompassing magnetic flux change, or as loops facing
> a surface area electric field change, in which case
> its magnetic flux change is then minimized. Thus the
> signal is polarized in three dimensions, instead of
> two, and we can put the loops at any angle, and still
> obtain energy, but seemingly "more" of it for
> longitudinal reception.