Feb 6, 2017

Tesla and Scalar Energy Explained

Posted by in categories: energy, mathematics, quantum physics

Nice write up and anyone working or researching central nervous system should not find this research and findings shocking.

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The History of Scalar Energy

The discovery of Scalar Energy can be attributed to James Clark Maxwell, a Scotsman who was born in the 19th century. Maxwell was a mathematical genius whose work led to the development of quantum physics. Albert Einstein worked on Maxwell’s findings and discovered “The Theory of Relativity”.

However, it took another fifty years after Maxwell’s discovery to prove the existence of Scalar Energy. It took one Nikola Tesla, who was born in Yugoslavia around 1856–1857 to demonstrate the existence of this form energy. Tesla, who became a US citizen in 1891 carried on Maxwell’s work and soon began to harness Scalar Energy without using any wires. Tesla referred to this energy as standing energy or universal waves. Albert Einstein and Otto Stern acknowledged the existence of this form of energy and made due reference to Scalar Energy in the 1920s. Nikola Tesla is generally considered the father of scalar electromagnetics. Tesla’s name for this was ‘Radiant Energy’.

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