Tag: scalar waves

The field is the more fundamental entity

I will quote Barak Shoshany answer to the question “What is the relationship between a particle and a field?” on Quora: A field is a mathematical entity that exists throughout space and time. A classical field is simply a function that has a numerical value at each point in spacetime. Think, for example, of the …

How to Make a Rodin Coil – Step by Step Tutorial

See also: – Analysis of the Rodin Coil and it’s Applications – Scalar Waves – Quantum Nonlocality – The Story of the Joe Cell – How to teleport DNA through Space and Time – Fractals The Hidden Dimension

#HAARP prevents the clouds to release their water

Water molecules attracts through electromagnetic forces to each other and when they form droplets they become heavy enough to fall down to earth. This is how rain forms. There are more factors which I have not mentioned, but electromagnetism is the main factor for rain. When coward people, like some geoscientists, try to manipulate the …

The Brain is a dynamic antenna

You will never find your mind inside your head, as you will never find your favorite movie star inside your television. The paradigm is changing regarding this point of view. We recognize that our brain-centric world view is replaced by a world full of broadcasting antennas, internet, social networks, communication technology. Our mind is everywhere, …

And the former things will not be called to mind

If someone gets a electroshock therapy at the moment one actively remembers a unpleasant memory (something embarassing, ridiculous or depressing), then this memory can be deleted forever. Memory is not only encoded in synaptic connections. Many scientists suspect that memory itself is a kind of electromagnetic field and that the EM field of the earth …

Our Heart is a Homeopathic Potentizer Machine

Homeopathic remedies are a very interesting kind of medicine. It’s one of the rare methods where morphic fields are created (or connected through) by “succussion“, serial dilution with shaking by forceful striking on an elastic body. Each dilution followed by succussion increase the effectiveness of the remedy. Homeopaths call this process “potentization“. Dilution often continues …

Habits

Habits (or wonts) are routines of behavior that are repeated regularly and tend to occur subconsciously. Habitual behavior often goes unnoticed in persons exhibiting it, because a person does not need to engage in self-analysis when undertaking routine tasks. Habituation is an extremely simple form of learning, in which an organism, after a period of …

Scalar Waves

Scalar Wave Properties (An extract from PESwiki, part of a Open Source Project) You might be wondering what in the world is a scalar wave! It’s actually pretty simple. Unlike a transverse wave (like an ordinary radio or light wave) a scalar wave’s amplitude does not fluctuate up and down. Instead, try to visualize it …