(Nikola Tesla, source: wikipedia)
Scalar Waves don't exist. Although not in mainstream science. Scalar waves were discovered by Nikola Tesla. Before 1900, Nikola Tesla had discovered and was utilizing a new type of electric wave. Tesla repeatedly stated his waves were non-Hertzian but longitudinal, and his wireless transmissions did not fall off as the square of the distance. His discovery was apparently so fundamental (and his intent to provide free energy to all humankind was so clear) that it was responsible for the withdrawal of his financial backing, his deliberate isolation, and the gradual removal of his name from the history books. (Source: www.cheniere.org).
For a long time scalar waves were ridiculized as nonsense. Hertz had shown that electromagnetic waves were transversal. So the existence of longitudinal scalar waves was rejected by the scientific community. However in quantum mechanics a wave can be described as both a wave and also as a particle. Both are true, depending on the nature of the detection equipment. The same is true regarding scalar waves and transversal waves, depending on the way how the detectors are built.
Differences of transversal and longitudinal waves
Transversal waves: 90 degrees phase angle with direction of propulsion, speed of light, illustration: waves on surface of water.
Longitudinal waves: same direction as direction of propulsion, variable speed even beyond speed of light, illustration: compression waves like sound waves. Sound speed increases with the density of the medium: 340 m/s in air, but 1481 m/s in water.
In earthquakes the same will happen: transversal waves occur at the surface of the earth, while compression waves threspass the core at higher speed than the transversal waves. A combination of both can happen at the same location.
Prof. Konstantin Meyl from Germany rediscovered the scalar waves. In his books he can prove mathematically that Tesla was right, and that Hertz was also right. A new item that Meyl discovered was that there is not only an electrical scalar wave, but also a magnetic scalar wave. Prof. Meyl was also ignored by the scientific community until 2009 when the magnetic monopoles were discovered, which was one of the things that was covered by the vortex theory of Prof. Meyl. Today his books are studied by the new generation of scientists.
K. Meyl did another project to give students the equipment to do experiments. He sells in his webshop the components that exist of a frequency generator, a resonance circuit and a miniature Tesla coil to generate a scalar wave. In a few Youtube videos K. Meyl discusses the option of biological purposes for the Tesla equipment. Click on the picture to see the video.
A compact, ready to use Scalar Wave generator was also build by John White. He produces the low-budget set in China under the name:
At this moment it is too early to have any information about the value of scalar waves for the purpose of health issues. We have to wait for the results of experiments. I regret the name "Spooky" because some people may have the idea that this product is related to mysterious influences. At the first sight that was also my idea, but later I discovered that the word 'spooky' here is related to an expression of Albert Einstein as a comment on quantum mechanics. Although the childish logo may suggest otherwise. For more information see under Spooky2 on this website.