01/13/99 Rev 1/17/99

Rev. 1/19/99

Abstract

Fred B. Wood, Sr.

2346 Lansford Ave.

San Jose, CA 95125 USA

To start this analysis I first imagine that I am a Bald Eagle flying high above the Sierra Nevada Mountains looking down upon a religious community near Grass Valley consisting of people who are devotees of Paramahansha Yogananda building a wonderful community, but ignoring the development of terrorist groups like the mythical Central Asian Khanate of Tesla Technologies who may be developing the weapons to use to establish a democratic socialism or restore an oriental despotism to our planet. As I fly west over the Sacramento Valley I see Sacramento State University with an Engineering Department with staff who can simulate computer communication systems. Near Sacramento I see an Air Force Base representative of the "Emergency Action" Column in the N-Dimensional diagram in my 1998 ISSS paper at Atlanta. With my Eagle's perspective, I can perceive the potential relationship of work in the different fields, but I can't find the details. In the emergency action column, I can't tell whether the air force is up to date in understanding electromagnetic theory, or whether they are using a security classification to cover up their ignorance of the developments of 1864, 1882, 1890, 1904, 1920, 1937, and 1959. Maxwell (1831-1879) developed the equations for electricity and magnetism in 1864, i.e., 135 years ago, in a complicated set of equations in cartesian coordinates. In a few years he discovered how to simplify the equations by putting them in the form of Quaternions which indicated existence of both the transverse Hertzian waves and a longitudinal scalar electromagnetic wave function. Maxwell's fellow professors complained that the complete equations, even in the Quaternion form were too complicated for those "dumb" engineers to understand. The 1882 edition of Maxwell's book contained a vector form of Maxwell's equations which were only approximations to the exact solution due to the omission of the scalar waves and their generating potentials. This error has been continued for 116 years in the engineering and elementary physics textbooks. Since 1960, some textbooks mention that the Maxwell-Heaviside Equations are only approximations but are accurate enough for most engineering applications. In the 1890's Nicola Tesla experimentally discovered the scalar transverse electromagnetic waves and took the boat to Europe to argue with the leading professors of physics. The professors agreed that the Maxwell-Heaviside Equations were approximations, but refused to correct the textbooks.

Three roots: A typical mathematical derivation of Maxwell's Equations in the 1937 era, 62 years ago, is described below:

For biographical information on Dr. Wood , his appearance at U.C. Berkeley Global Crisis Solutions Conference, and mathematical details for above abstract along with his Third World War Warning.

For more info on related themes see CSETI site documenting application of advanced science to covert development of advanced electromagnetic weaponry instead of vital peacefule purposes