The Tom Bearden
TRANSVERSE WAVE INTERFERENCE
this slide we show "normal " transverse wave interference, as
we presently teach it in our textbooks.
two identical transmitters, each producing a beam in a pattern of about
55 degrees of so.
beams overlap -- in the ideal, perfect case, we have constructive and
destructive interference, with absolute zero-vector linear regions being
formed. We put in the energy, and out-of-phase interference
creates the zero zones, which contain no energy as such.
out, however, that these zero-lines are scalars,
and contain high stresses on spacetime.