# Ratio

[Designing mass resonant, EM resonant Elements, that couple]

## Tesla and C Velocity

Tesla recorded within a patent the velocity of  his Tesla Wave as it passed through the earth at 1.5708 c.
Interesting to note the number is 1/2 pi.     [3.1416 / 2 = 1.5708]

This suggests that what we now call Light speed may be based on a path of energy moving along the curve of a boundary or sphere via a type of sine wave propagation through
matter. Where all EM moves on the surface, and all vibration moves directly straight through the core of the mass. Thus a T wave at 90 degrees to the EM waves, travels further in the same time interval, or same frequency. We know that vibrational fields propagate through the core of matter, where the weight is located, and we also know that EM lies mostly on the electron and proton shells which are spherical boundaries.

This suggests that all matter also then has a resonant T field associated with each electron shell layer, and possibly also each proton shell layer, which has field density reaching out much further then the core of the atoms spherical surface boundaries. Each is in vibration, and has associated EM frequency link to its shell from center of gravity.

T field vibrates inwards and outwards from center of weight, while EM fields circle the center of gravity or mass of the object, in a sine wave or circular motion.
The concept that Tesla shows us is as they travel through the earth, EM and T waves have velocity different by 1/2 the perimeter function of a circle.
While we see the EM wave front velocity as the diameter, it actually takes a longer path physically, and curved path equal in length to the T fields straight path vibration.
Tempic Light speed is likely actually 1/2  pi  c. If one were to ride the peak of the EM sine wave rather then its wave front, the distance and velocity would be the same.

Irregardless of the mental modeling we use, Tesla gave us a direct measurement. Considering it was an inner earth mass propagation, it is likely quite accurate.

## Formula

To calculate the mass resonant wavelength of an EM wavelength to set up simultaneous oscillation for dual interacting T and EM system elements:

EM(wavelength) = T(wavelength)  /   pi/2
T(wavelength) = EM(wavelength)  *  pi/2

You can see that as the EM wave oscillates on the spherical surface using sine wave function, the T wave moves out to a greater distance covering pi/2 more distance in the same time interval. Following the two waves along a section of time through 1/4 or 90 degrees of an E field cycle.
First concept we must face is that the T field is radiant from center in all directions simultaneously forming platonic vibrational nodes on the surface of the sphere. While the E field has changing vector or direction passing through T field at one point or node. This is atomic modeling and the electron shell has electrons in motion on the sphere.

Thus at one point along a resonant T field rod, we can expect to see a voltage node appear where the shell intersects the linear vibrational wavelength, which has already been confirmed and measured in JC feed tubes, and also in the 925 Hz experiment.

925 Hz

This point will be 1/4 the EM wavelength from one end of the Mass resonant rod T field wavelength of the same frequency.

## Dual Element Design

The math given suggests a model for a dual resonant system of elements. T field resonance will be oriented linearly and E field resonance will be set up around it at the same frequency. This should provide T field to EM coupling as found within the atomic structure.

Electric element will be carefully placed around the exact E field node on the Tempic element. Each element will now have a different length.

We must work backwards from our outer world perception. Starting with a linear resonant rod or tube to generate the proper vibration, we then size and fit the electric coil at the proper place and frequency to couple.

The coil can be relocated along any 90 degree phase or segment length to determine coil phasing.
Will such a system output an AC voltage?
What is the correct orientation of elements?

Home