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Electrodynamic Waves - Wireless Transmission Through Air Metals Water and the Human Body - cover

Electrodynamic Waves - Wireless Transmission Through Air Metals Water and the Human Body

Brian Whitaker

Publisher: Brown Dog Books

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Summary

Brian Whittaker, a retired government scientist investigates a controversial and unfashionable area of physics; scalar electric waves. 
Some believe that they do not even exist, others that they might well exist but that they are unimportant.
In this book Brian offers a scalar wave (i.e. true electrodynamic wave, not electromagnetic wave) theory based on simple electrostatics; and a series of experiments, which not only prove the existence of these waves but also reveal their unusual properties.
Regarding practical applications, anyone interested in the possibility of radio communication in unusual circumstances, for example through the earth beneath our feet, through miles of seawater and even through the human body should read this book. 
The possibility of wireless transmission of kilowatts of electrical power over short distances is also demonstrated and discussed.

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