These criteria severely limit the list of eligible countries and allow us to make well-founded speculation about which countries - Bearden never explicitly calls them - is at stake. The first criterion - the industrial and economic potential - severely limits the list of possible "Triad" countries: the United States, Japan, Germany, France, Britain, Italy, Canada, South Africa, Taiwan, India, Pakistan and possibly several other countries. However, part of the States listed above burden on the economy with the creation of such weapons would be excessive. For example, the Institute of the day and Pakistan, have already spent a lot of money to develop nuclear weapons, would like to have a scalar weapons, but it would cost them too much, because it would make it unnecessary to nuclear weapons. Therefore, these states can be safely removed from the list, given the extremely low likelihood that they are members of a privileged 'inner club. "