SCALAR RESONANCE CURRENTS
As we pointed out, we can often greatly simplify matters by considering currents of scalar resonance. These currents flow from higher potential to lower potential, regardless of whether we are considering "transmission" or "reception."
Indeed, to "transmit at lower potential" is to receive, and to "receive at higher potential" is to transmit.
Thus the "transmitter-receiver" is a special system where simply biasing the two nodes differently determines which way the scalar resonance current will flow.
We may increase or decrease an objectís inertia and mass, simply by properly biasing the transmitter-receiver systemís two nodes.
In one accidental experiment of some hours in duration, Golden charged up an area so that, locally, all clocks became erratic. This included electrical clocks, battery-driven watches, wind-up kitchen clocks, and a pendulum-operated grandfatherís clock. The rate of flow of time itself was apparently altered in the local area by the accumulated charge, which took some four days to drain off and discharge. At the end of the four days of discharge, all clocks and watches had returned to normal.