The Tom Bearden
SCALAR POTENTIAL CAN
THE RELATIVISTIC CASE
- FOR SCALAR POTENTIAL ENERGY
OF APPRECIABLE SIZE RELATIVE TO
A PARTICLE'S REST ENERGY.
- THE SCHRODINGER
- MAY BE INADEQUATE
Bloch & Crater,
potentials and the non-relativistic
limit," American Journal of Physics,
Vol. 49, No. 1, Jan. 1981, pp. 67-75
let us now digress to point out that one does not have to have
relativistic velocity to obtain relativistic effects.
One can use
the common electrostatic scalar potential to drive the situation
relativistic. On this slide we show just one of several references
in the standard literature that address this fact.
understand what we are saying.
get from a relativistic situation, you can get directly by cleverly
applying electrostatic scalar potential.
You can get
a change in the passage through time, you can get energy changes, mass
changes, inertial resistance changes, etc.
bend, warp, and twist spacetime like a pretzel.
"wave" the scalar potential by simply varying it , you can create
pure time waves. You can also produce pure inertial field waves, pure
gravitational waves, etc.
to engineer the curving of spacetime allows the direct ability to
engineer physical reality itself.