Tesla Polyphase Analysis Breakthough RELEASED!
Date: Sunday, March 22, 2015 @ 18:52:44 EDT
From the Energetic Forum:
* NEW RELEASE *
VERSOR ALGEBRA AS APPLIED TO POLYPHASE POWER SYSTEMS
And... a FREE 52 minute discussion with Eric Dollard as he explains what
this book is about. There is a YouTube video embedded on the website linked to
Hi Vlad, Today, we're making history in mathematics!
If this were 100 years ago, this would be on the cover of every major magazine,
but today, we are only beginning to reawaken the interest in the foundations of
This is NOT just for math people - You're got to hear the free interview and read the website below!
Nikola Tesla developed the polyphase power system but it was Charles Proteus Steinmetz that first used Versor Algebra to analyze it and he adapted Tesla's original four phase system into a three phase system that is still in use today.
The problem is that conventional math couldn't
analyze the three phase system without Dr. Fortescue's Method of Symmetrical
Get your copy now:
For the first time ever, Eric Dollard presents
not only the only theoretical basis for this entire concept that has ever been
released but a simplified version of it using some of Steinmetz's
methods without jeopardizing it's effectiveness.
This is very important for electrical engineers because Eric's creation makes
it possible to analyze systems of any number of phases in the simplest way
possible but it is also
important because this sets the stage to be able to analyze the music of Bach
or any polyphonic music. Electricity and music are just the
beginning with this new understanding of a simplified way to analyze
multi-phase systems - the applications are endless and the future is very
Whether you're a layman, musician, electrical engineer, physicist,
mathematician or otherwise, make sure to get a copy of Eric Dollard's Versor
Algebra book, which just made history!
This helps to support his work at EPD Laboratories and encourages him to keep
creating groundbreaking writings such as this.
Get your copy now:
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