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 more like a vibration of electric potential expanding and contracting in the direction of propagation.
Scalar waves are also often called “Tesla Waves” or “Longitudinal Waves.” All of these terms refer to the same type of wave which oscillates in the direction of propagation instead of perpendicular to the direction of movement. These waves have many unique properties which have been tested and confirmed repeatedly.
They are capable of penetrating any solid object including Faraday Cages. You can put a transmitter in a box of thick metal and a receiver outside of the box will receive the scalar wave frequency you are pulsing. The potential here is for a transmitter that can penetrate any obstacle or perhaps communicate directly through the Earth from one side of the globe to the other.
They are capable of superluminal travel. These waves are claimed not to be electromagnetic, but composed of pure potential energy. Due to this, the speed of light limit does not apply to them. The propagation speed of a scalar wave has been measured as faster than the speed of light and thought by some researchers to be potentially of infinite velocity. (Perhaps SETI - The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence - needs a different kind of receiver in order to pick up signals from elsewhere in the universe! Why would advanced ET civilizations even bother using slow transverse waves for interstellar communications?)
They are capable of transmitting power. It can then be put to use powering motors, lights, vehicles, etc.
A scalar transmitter can wirelessly send power to a receiver through any obstacle. For example, as mentioned above, you can setup a transmitter, put it in a Faraday Cage or a metal box, and a receiver can receive power far away.
During the process of transmission and reception they can magnify power. You can input a certain quantity of power into a scalar wave transmitter and yet the receiver can receive several times the power.
Transmitters and receivers can communicate.
A conventional transverse wave transmitter cannot sense if a receiver has “tuned in.” However, in a scalar system the transmitter and receiver interact because they are in a state of resonance.
As you can see Scalar Waves hold many potential applications for communication, energy, and other applications. To mimic a commercial for a popular brand of cell phone, “Scalar Waves do what Transverse waves don’t.” They are fast, penetrating, connected, and can broadcast magnified power. These waves are begging to be utilized!