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A Researcher Misleading or Inspired?

LGV Rota was apparently a respected scientific (Rota and the Death Penalty). The theory of Universal Current is apparently original, but we don't know how LGV Rota managed to build this new concept. LGV Rota did avoid to tell too much, more exactly to tell much useful hints. Nevertheless he received support from both English and French governments and refused in 1940 a German offer. Can he really fool everybody for so many years? We have very few documents related to the military work of Louis Rota. If you have access to military archives, please contact us and join the investigation team!

Is the Rota Effect related to other theories ?

  • The Zenneck surface wave
    Along with others, around 1906 J. Zenneck was attempting to explain how radio transmission could curveround the earth as was shown by Marconi’s early radio transmissions across the Atlantic. Various theories where around at the time one of which was Zenneck’s surface wave. The Zenneck surface wave is an electromagnetic wave which is conducted in the earth and along the earth-air boundary. It is not the same as the common radio frequency ground wave produced by the usual antenna configurations...(More..)
  • Maxwell's equations and Universal Currents
    The Maxwell's equations lead to the prediction of electromagnetic waves in a vacuum, which are transverse (in that the electric fields and magnetic fields vary perpendicularly to the direction of propagation)However, in a plasma or a confined space, there can exist waves which are either longitudinal or transverse, or a mixture of both. Rota' universal current propagates in a conductive medium such as salt water and the earth which for these puposes is a plasma. For this reason the universal current is most likely a largely magnetic longitudinal wave which can only exist in water or the earth. This would also explain how Rota's patented "Means of detecting Explosive Mines.." (LGV Rota Patents) in which the field produced by a paramagetic body entering the field of a telluric current produces a shock or turbulence detectable by his apparatus. It would seem reasonable to assume that a ship, interacting with the very low frequency mostly magnetic telluric current field, would have circulating currents induced in its hull and these would be detectable at a distance with a compass needle.