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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