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Original poster: "Wall Richard Wayne by way of Terry Fritz <twftesla-at-qwest-dot-net>" <rwall-at-ix-dot-netcom-dot-com>
In natural units, S = E x B is fine. However RWW is trying
to suggest that S offers a 3rd degree of freedom to the field, ie
an extra polarisation.
Paul is very perceptive. He is probably the only one on this list that has
independently come to this conclusion and I give him credit.
Yes, S is a vector, as are E and B, and yes it is a third degree of freedom
to the field and represents an extra polarization. I unabashedly proclaim
it as so and do not shrink from this claim. I made this assertion when I
advised S, E and B are vectors in 3D and are each orthogonal to each other.
I did not carry the subject any further in order to not severely disturb
the list. However, Paul did and spoke of even a forth dimension. Much to
his credit. Ordinarily, we have to be very careful when talking about such
subjects like extra dimensions and aether on this list.
I'm asked -- if ordinary EM works why look for S waves of longitudinal wave
propagation? Well contrary to certain opinion, all science discovered and
etched into stone over the past century, is not necessarily correct. There
are somethings that are fabrications and hasty generalizations and are just
plain incorrect. No matter if the math does seem to work out correctly.
This extra polarization wave just seems to be one of the corrections long
over due. The math will be simpler for this new Electric theory. Certain
terms that are really nonexistent like displacement current will not be
What good are these new waves? Well, it's doubtful they will ever support
world transmission of power. But, these waves have other very interesting
properties. They are time invariant and are capable of action at a
distance. When your TC is fired, it is immediately perceived across the
Universe. Communications with distant galaxies will be like local EM
today. I believe Paul made reference of intergalactic communications in
the past. It will come to pass. I realize these comments are directly
adverse to many modern physics theories. Most will scoff at my theories.
That's OK. Science will evolve.
How does this tie into the Tesla list? These S waves are physical
attributes of Tesla coils. Instrumentation to detect and study these
waves is in it's early infancy. Even now study of spiral discharges which
are predicted by S wave vortex in/out of Tesla coils is just starting. My
current interest is placing small TCs in a large Bell jar with different
noble gases and mixtures to study the S wave vortex. To me this is just as
elegant an experiment as watching a 20 foot streamer.
This list has a huge amount of power. Study of TC longitudinal waves and
engineering these waves for communications is a huge project. Future TC
TX/RX instruments will probably be far different than our common TC of
today. The diversity of interest on this list is what keeps it strong and
viable. We must always be tolerant of those who have different ideas and
give them full leeway to describe and test their ideas.