19 October 2013

Calculating Scalar Octaves for Rife Devices

Years ago I abandoned binary octaves of frequencies, i.e. dividing by 2 to get lower octaves of primary frequencies that are usable on plasma devices that only generate frequencies up to 10000 hertz. I found a method of calculating scalar octaves that I now use consistently. Simply divide or multiply by exp(3), exp(6), or exp(9). In the Excel spreadsheet language you can calculate the scalar octave of A1 by inserting =A1/exp(3) in another cell, and so forth.

Binary octaves do not work as well as primary frequencies. In general, scalar octaves do work as well as primary frequencies. In fact, they cut the time required to kill a pathogen by more than 50% over binary octaves. This has been confirmed in more than a thousand experiments.

A problem arises in that people ask, "Where did you get scalar octaves and how do you calculate them?" It would be easier if they asked me to explain how quantum physics works and demonstrate an equation that explains action at a distance. Imagine how Albert Einstein felt when people on the street stopped him and asked how turning matter into energy worked. He would say that e = mc squared. Then they would ask, "Where did you come up with that equation? Show us how this works? Maybe we will try it in our lab at home if we have time and find out if you are as crazy as you sound!"

Even worse, Rife engineers search their oscilliscopes for harmonic pulses where scalar octaves live and they find no indication that they exist at all! Some will claim this is an illusion fostered by an overactive imagination. It is like creating energy out of a vacuum or turning cells back in time to when they were normal.

Well, the universe is not what it seems and this is an advanced topic. Those who want to know will have to do real work. Others will have to test for themselves whether scalar octaves are useful and use them or not as they see fit. The remainder will dismiss this as pseudoscience.

Those competing in the Qualcomm $10M Tricorder XPrize, however, might find these octaves extremely useful. They will not be restricted to "proven" technology.

Note: Many of the links below have disappeared from the web. This is unfortunate. They will be updated if and when new information appears.

My suggestion is to start with reading about Global Scaling Theory. It you can read German you have an advantage because a lot of the original research is described in that language. Nevertheless, there is enough in English to get the general idea.

Waser, Andre (2004) The Global Scaling Theory: A Short Summary. Space-Energy-Research GmbH.

An analysis of current problems in electrodynamics and gravitation always leads to the conclusion, that basically new concepts or physical models are necessary to describe natural processes more accurate than today. The paradigm in today’s physics is well known.

The main demand on a new physical model is to postulate as little premises as possible to explain as much physical phenomena as possible. With a world view of reductionism only, this is not achievable. Hence the author has proposed a concept of a selfreproducible (autopoietic) physics about ten years ago.

Many authors have formulated new and holistic physical models in the last years. Concerning this, the theory of Burkhard Heim must be noted. Unfortunately his complex work is not written down in an easy understandable form (although for physicists and mathematicians). And also some controversial models as for example the vortex model of Lord Kelvin (William Thomson) do exist, which are able to explain many structures and properties of matter with a very small set of premises.

The Global Scaling theory (GST) is a holistic theory, capable to explain the cause of many physical phenomena with a very low set of assumptions. This theory is further capable to explain some experimental results, which – due to their scientific impact – are not well accepted. Naturally, also the Global Scaling theory keeps some questions unanswered, but hopefully these might be answered satisfactorily in the near future.

Only a limited number of fragmented and mostly compressed texts about Global Scaling are available today. It’s a goal of this document to overcome this restriction and give interested readers a first glimpse about the Global Scaling theory “as a whole”.

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