updates chad to pulse within our universe
:Understood, essentially it's coming down to whether the pulsars are required in the power distribution system, or are but mere products.
Some tests could be done on variability of pulsars and effect on their surrounding stars... Questions like: Do stars depend on surrounding pulsars (step down transformers) to keep em lit. If pulsars loose resonance, do the sun-nodes go out? Are larger scaled pulses required? Pulsing galaxies?
Of course fast forwarding the galaxy to reveal the picture is not possible, but scaling the process down with real models is well within research reach, pioneers like Tesla, Meyl working to reveal this. Essentially what you have described is Tesla's wireless power distribution system.
Enchanting picture there . The geometry of scalar vortex theory is just so beautiful. It will become very handy for developing the model... Perrat's already built you a spiral, Tesla shows you what it's for.
Those are interesting questions and I'm glad to see that you have one of these commensurate approaches in your reserves. In particular I wondered the same with regard to:
Questions like: Do stars depend on surrounding pulsars (step down transformers) to keep em lit. If pulsars loose resonance, do the sun-nodes go out? Are larger scaled pulses required? Pulsing galaxies?
Although it’s mentioned loosely from time to time, like JL, i keep an eye or three open for some ‘connection’ hoping to ‘bridge’ EU/PC with the work of Tesla with something more substantial than the broad fact of electricity. Methinks the following may be a significant “pulsar” related surface current-producing-star-shining factor. Consider this:
Concerning the Property of Reflection
During part 5 of the Dollard/Carlson SBARC talk @ 5:10 the video abruptly cuts to Dollard in the middle of a sentence:
… or the Sun. [A] lot of confusion resulted. It’s found that the Sun transmits no transverse electromagnetic energy whatsoever. The only thing you can see in space is reflected when the longitudinal fields strike a surface and turn into the scattering transverse electromagnetic waves.
Does anyone know of any verification of the statement “It was found that the Sun transmits no transverse electromagnetic energy whatsoever.” (?) Nonetheless and also ...
Charles P. Steinmetz
In both the original Tesla Longitudinal Electricity videos and the SBARC series Charles P. Steinmetz is referenced. In his book “Elementary Lectures on Electric Discharges, Waves and Impulses” Steinmetz uses an oscilloscope and artificial (simulated) transmission line to assess several electrical properties. One of those properties:
The oscillogram shows the reversals of current by reflection, and the formation of stationary oscillation by the successive reflections of the traveling wave from the [open] ends of the line. – pg 107
These oscillations form standing waves ("stationary oscillations").
It was only natural for Anthony Peratt to then pursue the application of electrical properties and principles with the plasma via “magnetosphere transmission line simulations” with regard to pulsars. From Peratt’s paper:
Any disturbance on a transmission line, such as an arc-discharge or an interruption of steady state conditions, results in the initiation of traveling waves, which propagate towards the ends of the line, where they may be reflected and modified, and attenuated distorted by any losses until they die out. Radiation Properties of Pulsar Magnetospheres: Observation, Theory, and Experiment
There are other aspects to note with regard to Peratt’s paper i.e. the formation of a “toroid waveguide” inducing relativistic jets (Theta Pinch?) and the formation of surface currents induced via reflection by way of ‘pulsed’ electromagnetic waves incident upon the surface of a conductor.
The [magnetospheric] transmission line may also contain another active element, a double layer, whose field orientation is also depicted in Figure 7. This figure is axially symmetric about the magnetic axis so that the complete figure of revolution is a torus and the relativistic current pulses propagate within a toroid waveguide.
On pg. 13 (as counted by the .pdf page numbering system):
The property of total reflection has been used to produce circularly polarized waves. If the incident wave is linearly polarized in a direction which is neither parallel to nor perpendicular to the plane of incidence, the reflected wave is, in general elliptically polarized
Regardless of density profile, if w>> wpe, the electromagnetic wave is imaginary and the wave propagates freely. Hence, high frequencies propagate freely until a reflection condition w=wpe is encountered. The radiating currents are thin surface currents.
Generally speaking Tesla’s spiral coil also served as a “waveguide” for the current pulses. Therefore, between toroidal and spiral “waveguides” (which can and do coexist in cosmic formations) we have the production of “resonant nodes” or resonators via “forward and reflected wave interference” resulting in “Voltage magnification is by standing waves” – with toroidal or spiral waveguides. – Tesla Technology
Holoscience sums this nicely:
Healy and Peratt have studied the detail of signals from those other super-rotators – pulsars – and have concluded, "[T]he source of the radiant energy may not be contained within the pulsar, but may instead derive either from the pulsar's interaction with its environment or by energy supplied by an external circuit.… [O]ur results support the 'planetary magnetosphere' view, where the extent of the magnetosphere, not emission points on a rotating surface, determines the pulsar emission." In other words, no whirling, super-condensed neutron star is required.
Plasmas transfer energy over great distances to smaller regions where it may be periodically or catastrophically released. Peratt explains the flickering of electromagnetic radiation: "The flickering of a light in Los Angeles does not mean that the supply source, a waterfall or hydroelectric dam in the Pacific Northwest, has abruptly changed dimensions or any other physical property. The flickering comes from electrical changes at the observed load or radiative source, such as the formation of instabilities or virtual anodes or cathodes in charged particle beams that are orders of magnitude smaller than the supply. Bizarre and interesting non-physical interpretations are obtained if the flickering light is interpreted by a distant observer to be both the source and supply." - Holoscience
Can one of the ‘radiative sources’ be the so called “pulsar?” Well of course it can; and consider “stellar fissioning” with regard to double pulsar systems wherein the abrupt (cosmic time) increase in current density may have spread the necessary work load over a larger surface area with the formation of two.
I don't want to provide major link-fest. Generally speaking it appears that pulsed EM waves longitudinally polarizing their way through a vast region of diffuse plasma functioning as a “scalar-field” (ala Meyl) can, upon reflection, induce surface currents with regard to the object doing the reflecting i.e. another Z-pinched stellar object. The surface currents would not allow wave penetration beyond the “skin depth” resulting in the formation of (outbound) “radiating currents” - and perhaps weaker surface currents and radiating currents when encountering ‘clusters’ wherein the energy of the incident wave(s) is diffused throughout the co-rotating members of said cluster appropriately scaling up to galaxies, and their clusters.
In addition, the inbound wave energy may ‘cross’ the “radiating” outbound reflected energy resulting in the formation of an electromagnetically stratified and inexplicably hot boundary or transition region delineated by [double] layered strata performing a type of ‘osmotic-diffusion’ of the dual wave energy i.e. inbound and reflected; crossing. The Corona.
Every "product" of the 'system' would have its necessary Function. It looks to me that Anthony Peratt has done much of the necessary theoretical work and simulation supporting JL's proposition. I think I'm going to stake that claim so that when the "standard model" gets around to it; we'll be waiting.