Scalar waves are produced when two electromagnetic waves of the same frequency are exactly out of phase (opposite to each other) and the amplitudes subtract and cancel or destroy each other. The result is not exactly an annihilation of magnetic fields but a transformation of energy back into a scalar wave. This scalar field has reverted back to a vacuum state of potentiality. Scalar waves can be created by wrapping electrical wires around a figure eight in the shape of a möbius coil. When an electric current flows through the wires in opposite directions, the opposing electromagnetic fields from the two wires cancel each other and create a scalar wave.”
“The DNA antenna in our cells’ energy production centers (mitochondria) assumes the shape of what is called a super-coil. Supercoil DNA look like a series of möbius coils. These möbius supercoil DNA are hypothetically able to generate scalar waves.
Most cells in the body contain thousands of these möbius supercoils, which are generating scalar waves throughout the cell and throughout the body.”
“Every object has a unique natural frequency of vibration.”
“A periodic force occurring at the same frequency as the natural frequency of vibration of an object may cause the object to vibrate. This is called mechanical resonance.”…
“The force and the object being affected must come into physical contact for mechanical resonance to occur….
“…The lowest frequency which will produce a standing wave pattern in a one dimensional medium is called the fundamental frequency.”
“Higher resonant frequencies also produce standing wave patterns. The first overtone of a string fixed at both ends has a nodal point in the centre of the medium, as well as at either end. It has twice the frequency of the fundamental frequency.”
“Multiples of the fundamental frequency are also called harmonics. The fundamental frequency is the first harmonic, the second harmonic corresponds to the first overtone,the third harmonic is the second overtone, and so on….”
..”Two sound sources vibrating at slightly different frequencies (roughly 5 to 10 Hz) produce a series of beats.”
“What is heard is a sound whose frequency is apparently the average of the two frequencies
(f1 + f2) /2which rises and falls in intensity at a frequency equal to the beat frequency “
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