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Posted: Jun 5 2008, 06:07 PM
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I've read a little about scalar waves, so far from what i understand they are a form of EM waves but produce much more graviational energy than typical electromagetic waves. Supposedly these type of EM waves move in a longitudinal motion, back and forth like a slinky.
My question is, what makes these waves better or more useful than standard waves, and does the HAARP lab in Alaska use scalar waves or are they using microwaves waves pumped with billions of watts of power?
Does HAARP use scalar technology?
I've watched videos showing daytime arora borellis effects supposedly from HAARP, I can also imagine microwaves pushed with lots of power would create lots of heat to alter geographic weather (melt snow/ice, ect), but how would scalar EM waves benefit HAARP, it's almost as though scalar waves can produce reactions or effects as all other waves in the EMF spectrum if harnessed properly...if anyone knows more about this topic or field i would appreciate any feedback, thanks in advance!
This post has been edited by sayerstone on Jun 5 2008, 06:10 PM
Posted: Jun 5 2008, 07:04 PM
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Electric and magnetic fields are vectors, not scalars. HAARP can transmit a max of 3.6 megawatts.