Sunday, January 31, 2010

Father of Free Energy Tesla

A homage to Thomas Edison and Nikola Tesla.......Image by SamikRC via Flickr

I don't want to spend most of the time here on just Tesla, though he is an interesting subject to study and I will do more later. My primary focus here is how much this man invented in his lifetime that we use today. Yet so many people don't realize it.

I feel he got shoved down by the best. Even the churches at the time. A man playing with lightning. He must be of the devil. I don't think this is necessarily true.
His so called visions paved the way for a future we all use today. The sad part of it all is that all the energy was supposed to be used for everyone to be used as Free Engery. The more you study up on all this we find the major investors backed out on these projects, finding that it might not be profitable. Imagine using all electricity for free? That would mean no control over the people.

The more I study up on this man I see he had good intentions, Yet the leaders even then were just out for control and money. Isn't that a shocker?

Anyway I wanted to point out few things here on this post as I continue on this subject and the newer inventions we use today, we will see how all this ties right into the technology that Nikola Tesla envisioned and the so many uses we have and use in today's inventions.

Tesla worked for years trying to solve all of the technical issues presented by the idea. His work with liquified air, his discovery of super-conductivity at ultra-low temperatures, his bladeless turbine and mechanical oscillator were all spin-offs from his work on the ambient air engine. He was convinced the system could work and that it was absolutely the best way to harness solar energy.

On a world that is warming up, tapping ambient sources of heat in the air, water and ground are the most important technologies to develop at this time. For a brief article on Tesla's amazing "Self-acting Engine"
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Nikola Tesla
was a multi-disciplinary genius. His discovery of the rotating magnetic
in 1882 lead to a series of US Patents in 1888, which gave
us the AC electric power system still in use today. This one achievement
earned him the honor of being called "The Man Who Invented the
20th Century".
Nikola Tesla's most famous attempt to provide everyone in the world
with free energy was his World Power System, a method of broadcasting
electrical energy without wires, through the ground. His Wardenclyffe
, pictured above, was never finished, but his dream of providing
energy to all points on the globe is still alive today.
Static Eliminator -- a variable coupling radio-frequency transformer.

A U.S. Navy shipboard transmitter manufactured by the Lowenstein Radio Company, licensed under 6 of Nikola Tesla's patents. This five kilowatt set, capable of 1,500-mile transmission, was used during WW1.
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Sunday, January 24, 2010

Some of Tesla's Inventions

Tesla's Wardenclyffe plant on Long Island in p...Image via Wikipedia

So many times we here about the Evil the Nikola Tesla possessed and his demons. Not to say that he didn't. But, I do know how most people were just so spooked about his inventions and all that electricity shooting everywhere. Myths and gossip sure seemed to have played a major role in what people believed about this man.

I also know this we use most of his inventions today. Yet most people don't even know about it. In our cars, our homes, TVS, Computers, Remote controls. And so much more. Yep, you guessed it. All invented by this man. Here a couple of thing he never got to invent. For the only purpose of Free Energy. Yes meaning no body would have to pay for electric. Question is. Is it possible to complete it all today?

I believe so.

In 1901, inventor Nikola Tesla built an 18-story tower on New York's Long Island, promising that it would deliver electricity wirelessly to the world.

Long-Range Wireless Energy Transfer: Tesla explored the wireless transmission of energy through his work with radio and microwaves and his creation of the Tesla coil and the magnifying transmitter. But he sought to create a system where energy could be broadcast across vast distances. To that end, he constructed Wardenclyffe Tower in Shoreham, Long Island, which was to function as a wireless telecommunications facility and broadcast electrical power. But JP Morgan, who financed the construction of the tower, eventually pulled Tesla's funding. Unable to find additional backers, Tesla was forced to abandon construction of the tower, and never fulfilled his dreams of creating a worldwide wireless electrical energy system.
The tower, funded richly by JP Morgan and other turn-of-the-century industrialists, was originally conceived for radio communications, which were just on the cusp of being invented. It was fitted out with a massive antenna, and rumors swirled that Tesla had also created a vast catacombs of tunnels beneath it for some purpose nobody understood. As the inventor of alternating current electricity, along with hundreds of other devices, Tesla was so respected that his funders were willing to put up with his eccentricities if they paid off.

Unfortunately, they didn't. After erecting the massive tower and building a huge laboratory next door, Tesla was beaten to the punch by some guy named Guglielmo Marconi. You know, the inventor of radio. Tesla tried to woo back his irritated funders by promising something bigger and better than radio: Wireless electricity. Unfortunately nobody went for it and he was left destitute. Tesla sparked the tower up only one time in 1903, shooting enormous bolts of electricity into the air. Then he sold it off along with its environs, called Wardenclyffe, to pay his debts.

Eventually parts of the tower were demolished and used for scrap.

Photo of first robot

Humanoid Robots: In 1898, Tesla demonstrated his radio-controlled boat, which he was able to control remotely. He presented it as the first of a future race of robots, which would be able to perform labor safely and effectively, and many credit the event as being the birth of robotics.

Photo of first robot

Death Ray: In the 1930s, Tesla claimed to have invented a particle beam weapon, or, as some called it, a “peace ray.” The device was, in theory, capable of generating an intense, targeted beam of energy and sending it across great distances to demolish warplanes, foreign armies, or anything else you'd rather didn't exist. Tesla shopped the plans around to various national militaries, but never found anyone to finance its construction. It isn't known if Tesla ever developed a working prototype, and the plans for his death ray were never found after his death.

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Quotes from Albert Einstein

Albert Einstein during a lecture in Vienna in ...Image via Wikipedia

I find that some people even God fearing people seem to have a hard time with Science. I totally understand cause for so long people have been taught the negative side of it all. But, in many ways. Science is also a part of God Creation. I personally feel that I find God in everything. Including Science.
So I wanted to share some quotes from Albert Einstein himself. Just as Solomon was very wise. I tend to find wisdom here as well. To Science is all bad just wouldn't be right. Science in many ways can be a very great tool. I do however see it this way. Science without God is just foolishness. Take it from Einstein.

Science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind.
Albert Einstein

Sometimes one pays most for the things one gets for nothing.
Albert Einstein

Information is not knowledge.
Albert Einstein

Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.
Albert Einstein

The value of a man should be seen in what he gives and not in what he is able to receive.
Albert Einstein

A man should look for what is, and not for what he thinks should be.
Albert Einstein

The only reason for time is so that everything doesn't happen at once.
Albert Einstein

The only source of knowledge is experience.
Albert Einstein

Before God we are all equally wise - and equally foolish.
Albert Einstein

The devil has put a penalty on all things we enjoy in life. Either we suffer in health or we suffer in soul or we get fat.
Albert Einstein

God does not play dice.
Albert Einstein
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Inventions of Nikola Tesla

The photograph image of Nikola Tesla (1856-194...Image via Wikipedia

I wanted to set aside some issues on some topics that have really interested me for awhile now. Inventions. Most of us know whether or not it is what most say is impossible or the fact that it just may be possible for Free Energy to work is what most people would love to have.

We all know that paying the Electric and Gas bills can just be outrages at times. The more I have looked up on this subject I tend to find that many inventions have been created that would help out humanity once and for all. Not just for the Rich but just as much for the poor.

Some people know of the inventions of Tesla. Free Energy for all of man kind. But, What's is behind all the facts is there just seems to be way to many people just wanting to control man kind more than anything else. Most of us today use the technology of Nikola Tesla.

The life story and work of Nikola Tesla. He invented AC electricity, Neon Lights, Radio transmission, The Electric motor, Wireless electricity transfer, Remote control, Hydraulics, Lasers, Space weapons, Robotics, and many, many more things.

Some Electromechanical devices and principles developed by Tesla:

* various devices that use rotating magnetic fields (1882)
* induction motor and high frequency alternator
* means for increasing the intensity of electrical oscillations
* alternating current long-distance electrical transmission system (1888)
* Tesla coil
* bladeless turbine
* bifilar coil
* Telegeodynamics
* systems for wireless communication (prior art for the invention of radio) and radio frequency oscillators
* robotics and the "AND" logic gate
* X-rays Tubes using the bremsstrahlung process
* devices for ionized gases
* devices for high field emission
* devices for charged particle beams
* methods for providing extremely low level of resistance to the passage of electrical current
* voltage multiplication circuitry
* devices for high voltage discharges
* devices for lightning protection
* Magnifying Transmitter
* VTOL aircraft
* Dynamic theory of gravity
* concepts for electric vehicles

As this blog continues, there will much more on not just Tesla's Inventions but many more that people have worked on ever since. Join, Follow and leave comments of what you think or find as well.
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