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An Introduction to Scalar Energy Part 2 -- Properties and Applications

# An Introduction to Scalar Energy Part 2 -- Properties and Applications

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The properties of scalar energy include being non-linear and non-hertzian. This energy form has the capacity to carry information. It also does not decay with the passing of time or distance.
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The properties of scalar energy include being non-linear and non-hertzian. This energy form has the capacity to carry information. It also does not decay with the passing of time or distance.

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What are the properties of Scalar Energy?
The properties of
scalar energy
include being non-linear and non-hertzian. This energy form has the capacity to carry information. It alsodoes not decay with the passing of time or distance.
Scalar energy
cannot be measured by contemporary frequencymeasurements as it depicted to be without frequency. This energyform is static, a stationary form of energy. How does one create thisstationary energy? Dr. Valerie Hunt, PhD, Professor Emeritus atUCLA, who is one of the leading researchers of the human bio-energysystem, says that when two similar frequencies coming from oppositedirections meet, they cancel each other out. This results in astationary energy form. She also says that current instruments used tomeasure energy are not equipped to measure stationary energybecause these instruments have been designed to measure Hertzian

energy frequencies and wavelengths. She offers this as the mainreason behind the fact that the discussion of
scalar energy
amongthe scientific community is still rather limited.The traditional understanding of energy is that it flows out in the formof waves. However,
scalar energy
does not radiate as waves, butexpands outwards as circles of energy. Occupying space, this spatialmass is not a vacuum, but comprises a field of energy systems that isalive. This vibrant and dynamic energy field radiates a network ofharmoniously balanced energies.
Scalar energy
can be created naturally. It is always existent in theuniverse. By applying the conditions required for the creation of
scalarenergy
, electro-magnetic generators for example can artificially create
scalar energy
.
Health applications of scalar energy
Acknowledging the fact this universal field is the larger playing fieldthe physical body operates from, there is a need to examine thespecific applications of this field on the human body.