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Notes on the Smith Tensor Beam

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Notes to be developed of Tensor Beam Smith interview

The tensor beam is described as little donuts. The donuts do not travel.

A regular coil winding can receive the donut stream (my words when placed in the beam.

There is no time associated with the beam. The signal is everywhere along the beam-direction at the same time.

The beam is a direction away from the coil along the axis of a symmetrically wound Caduceus coil.

The coil forms elliptical currents within the ferro-dielectric winding core (1" [25mm] ferrite tube with 1/4" [6mm] thick walls), per dev.

The distance along the ferrite core of symmetrically wound Caduceus loops that separates loops is cylindrical function of Pi, divided by the square root of natural constants.

Atoms in the ferrite sympathetize with current in the electrical Caduceus windings, sympathetically, and form the forward-directed superluminal wave termed a 'tempic wave.'

The geometry of symmetrical Caduceus windings creates a sequential elliptical cascade producing the standing-wave, per se, the 'tempic wave.' dev interpreting Smith.

Mass-loss in a nuclear detonation creates a 'tempic vortex' with a vertical spin-axis at location in the gravity well.