|Date: Mon, 29 Sep 2003
Unfortunately I don't have time these days to take on any new tasks.
However, in a fault zone there is more than the piezoelectric effect involved. E.g., one can easily find faults where glowing lights appear, bob around, etc. For centuries these have also been called "earthquake lights" because they are usually particularly active prior to an earthquake in the area. These lights are made by a process called scalar interferometry, and their physical mechanism is based on some work by Whittaker in 1903 and 1904. The 1904 paper started what is called "superpotential theory"; the 1903 paper reveals a far more fundamental "infolded" EM, inside and structuring and making all the normal EM fields, waves, and potentials.
Scalar interferometry has been weaponized in secret by about 10 nations. It has been used also to shoot down a series of aircraft and missiles, as we have documented in our book, Fer-de-Lance, along with other advanced electromagnetic weapons and tests.
I only know of one formal paper in the open literature on scalar interferometry; It is M.W. Evans et al., "On Whittaker's Representation of the Electromagnetic Entity in Vacuo, Part V: The Production of Transverse Fields and Energy by Scalar Interferometry," Journal of New Energy, 4(3), Special Issue, Winter 1999, p. 76-78. There is similar work in use of vector fields and potentials, in superpotential theory, but not much in Whittaker's original 1904 scalar potential interferometry. By this process, EM fields and energy can be produced in distant interference zones by two scalar potentials from two different sources -- such as in the two stressed rock sides of the fault zone.
This interferometry at a distance is what produces "earthquake lights", will 'o the wisps, etc. It does not produce swamp gas lights, which are luminous gas phenomena.
Interfaces in the human body are sensitive to such scalar energy, because the interfaces have differing mechanical stresses on the sides, etc. In short, the body itself is filled with "scalar interferometer detectors", particularly in joints and bone, etc. since the bone is quite piezoelectric as has been shown for some time. One has to keep one's sense of humor: I have arthritis in knees, shoulder, back, and neck, and arthritic joints are sensitive because of the inflammation. An additional little increase by some local scalar interferometry will "ping" an additional stimulus into the already sensitive pain sensors, and one will "feel the pain of the interferometry". Natural weather changes also result in interferometry between clouds, etc.
Since 1976, the weather over North America has been heavily engineered by scalar interferometers from Russia. In latter 1989, a rogue Japanese group composed of Yakuza and Aum Shinrikyo leased many of those interferometry weapons sites in Russia from the KGB, and moved crews on site to operate them, particularly against the U.S. Since early 1990, massive weather engineering has been ongoing over our heads, courtesy of the Japanese rogues manning those weapons in Russia. The recent Hurricane Isabel was a major engineering effort for them, and the signatures in the clouds were phenomenal.
The scalar interferometers are the weapons that Secretary of Defense William Cohen referred to in 1997 when he stated:
Anyway, I wish you well in your continued efforts to monitor pending earthquakes and establish warning. Unfortunately our own universities and scientific community continues to largely ignore Whittaker's 1903 paper, which showed that any scalar potential decomposes into a harmonic set of bidirectional longtudinal EM wavepairs. So our fellows continue to ignore a far more fundamental "infolded" longitudinal EM wave electrodynamics than what they teach in university or use in our conventional technology.
1. Whittaker, E. T., “On the Partial Differential Equations of Mathematical Physics,” Mathematische Annalen, Vol. 57, 1903, p. 333-355.
2. Whittaker, E. T., “On an Expression of the Electromagnetic Field Due to Electrons by Means of Two Scalar Potential Functions,” Proc. Lond. Math. Soc., Series 2, Vol. 1, 1904, p. 367-372. The paper was published in 1904 and orally delivered in 1903.