As is well-known from Electrodynamics a large class of EM-processes can be described by means of two potentials, a scalar potential φ and a vector potential A. The couple (φ,A) belongs to Oschman’s super world. What is to be seen on the screen of our "physical world" are electric and magnetic fields and current and electric charge densities. Each of these quantities can be derived from potentials (φ,A) (cf. Appendix A), the magnetic field by
(1) H = curl A ,
the electric field by
(2) E = – grad φ – μAt ,
the current density by
(3) j = 1/c² Att – Δ A
and the density of electric charges by
(4) ρ = 1/c² φtt – Δ φ .
Here the potentials are tied by the additional condition
(5) div A + ε φt = 0 ,
the well-known Lorenz-condition (falsely ascribed to due to H.A. Lorentz). It is easily to be seen (cf. Appendix B) that another couple of potentials (φ',A') will generate identically the same EM-process, if the conditions
(6) A' – A = – grad U
(7) φ' – φ = μUt
are fulfilled, where the function U has to be some solution of the wave equation
(8) 1/c² Utt – Δ U = 0 .
(see source for the complete explanation)
J.L. Oschman gives some further statements on his "scalar waves", our null-potential waves:
"Scalar waves appear to interact with atomic nuclei, rather than with electrons. Such interactions are described by quantum chromodynamics (Ynduráin 1983)."
We doubt that. Schrödinger’s equation and other equations of atomic physics contain scalar potentials V. So at first glance one might believe that here we would have a direct effect of potential on the "physical screen". But the next glance shows that the potential V is restricted by the condition V = 0 at infinity. This means that the additional constant contained in V is fixed, and the information in V is equivalent to that one in grad V, which is a force and hence a quantity of the "physical screen". Therefore we guess that Oschman’s reference might be an over-interpretation or misunderstanding of sources in physical literature.
"The waves are not blocked by Faraday cages or other kinds of shielding,"
This statement could possibly be fulfilled by choice of the generating function U. But it is physically worthless, since null-potential waves have – as far as we know up to now – no physical effect, no traces on the "physical screen".
Originally posted by Chadwickus
reply to post by HermitShip
I like it, baffle them with bullsh...!
How about breaking it down for the layman?
Because you do know what you're talking about, right?
Originally posted by HermitShip
reply to post by Wobbly Anomaly
Ahh, a wiki head. I suppose you missed the memo listing the various examples of information on the Wikipedia site being false?