Eric Dollard takes lives questions from callers. Discussion covers his new presentation Electrical Transmission in Multiple Coordinate Systems available at http://extraluminaltransmission.com, the new book he is writing relating to that presentation, ancient Sanskrit connections to Tesla, Tesla’s Magnifying Transmitter, defining Longitudinal propagation vs Transverse propagation and more.
Electrical Transmission in Multiple Coordinate Systems by Eric Dollard – This is the sequel to The Extraluminal Transmission Systems of Tesla and Alexanderson. This is the deepest Eric Dollard has ever gone to develop the theoretical basis for longitudinal propagation, which is not subject to the inverse square law. There is also no velocity to its propagation and therefore no association to light speed. If you ever saw the classic Borderland videos on Tesla’s Longitudinal Waves, this presents diagrams, math and more information that you can ever hope for if you want to experiment with the analog Longitudinal networks on your own! Release date – August 15, 2016. Learn more: Electrical Transmission in Multiple Coordinate Systems
Here is a video presentation of Eric Dollard showing his recent bench experiments with analog networks that demonstrate both transverse and longitudinal propagation. When used together, time is cancelled out of the equation so that information can transmit from one end of the system to the other with no time delay. That isn’t faster than the speed of light, it is instantaneous or extraluminal.
Here are photographs from a recent visit to EPD Laboratories, Inc. showing Eric Dollard working on some Transverse & Longitudinal Analog Networks, which cancel time out of the equation on transmission lines when used together. That means that signals can propagate from end of the transmission structure (lines) to another without any time delay. That isn’t faster than the speed of light since there is no velocity, it is instantaneous, which is extraluminal.
A new video walk through by Eric Dollard is coming soon that will explain what you see in the pictures below.