"Whittaker shows how standing potential waves with hidden EM structures can be established. These Whittaker waves are powerful, standing gravitational waves. They are the same waves that Nikola Nikola Tesla discovered - his famous "standing columnar waves" experimentally in Colorado Springs in 1899 - 4 years earlier." Col. Thomas Bearden, "Analysis of Scalar/Electromagnetic Technology".
See Nikola Nikola Tesla, "The Problem of Increasing Human Energy", Century magazine, June 1900, p. 208-209. "Actually, in this article, Nikola Tesla spoke of using standing waves to produce distant effects and locate objects such as ships. At this point, he was thinking of a scalar radar locator, something more advanced than even our radar today. It was also capable of producing electrical effects at any part of the globe. To quote: "Stationary waves ... mean something more than telegraphy without wires to any distance ... For instance, by their use we may produce at will, from a sending station, an electrical effect in any particular region of the globe; we may determine the relative position or course of a moving object, such as a vessel at sea, the distance traversed by the same, or its speed." Col. Thomas Bearden, "Analysis of Scalar/Electromagnetic Technology".
"This result is telling us that the physics of current flow cannot be described by electrons alone," Phillips said. "This means that the cuprates are even weirder than previously thought: Something other than electrons carries the current."