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Currently, I am working on researching Tesla technology, both theoretical as well as a experimentally. On the theory part, I succeeded in proving mathematically that Maxwell's equations are incorrect and formulating an alternative in the shape of an aether theory that is fully integrated with the fluid dynamic domain. On the experimental part, I succeeded in measuring the propagation of a superluminous longitudinal surface wave. Still working on transmitting and receiving these trough air.
It is well known that the Maxwell equations predict the behavior of the electromagnetic field very well. However, they predict only one wave equation while there are significant differences between the "near" and "far" fields and various anomalies have been observed involving the detection of super luminous signals in experiments with electrically...
In 1834, Charles Wheatstone measured the velocity of electricity along two long wires, whereby he found a velocity of about 463,500 km/s, over 1.5 times the speed of light. In 1905, Nikola Tesla also measured a propagation speed for the telluric currents he transmitted trough the earth's surface of 471,240 km/s, remarkably close to Wheatsone's resu...