Nikola Tesla & Free-Energy Extraction
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Nikola Tesla – The Man, The Genius, The Inventor
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Tesla's Coil Lab Tesla's Death Mask
The death mask
of Nikola Tesla
in the offices of Gernsback Publications, New York City
, in celebration of the Tesla centennial, June 25, 1956
. The mask was heavily electroplated with copper, a process that took ten days, and was mounted on a marble-composition pedestal. Three medallions, executed in bas-relief on the base, commemorate Tesla's greatest inventions
: the Tesla oscillation transformer , the first AC induction motor, and the tower for wireless power transmission.
Although not mentioned, the "Oscillation Transformer"
is the same as what they called the "Resonant Transformer"
& it is a "Free-Energy-Device"
, since it provides a higher energy "output" than it is "input" into the system. What we also don't know is whether there was a time when his coil designs were perfected & did not require any further "input power"
, & thus were completely powered from that "invisible source of energy"
he had found.
The Missing Papers - On Nikola Tesla
Born in Smiljan, Yugoslavia
:-o, 9 July 1856, Nikola Tesla
became a driving force
in the invention of electrical devices and equipment
, as well as being something of a prophet
Unable to interest European engineers in a new alternating current motor
he had conceived, Tesla went to the United States
and joined Thomas Edison
in the designing of dynamos
. But the two men soon fell out. Tesla left his employer and set up his own laboratory
dedicated to showing the feasibility of Alternating Current
Tesla unveiled his famous coil
, which is still widely used today in electronic equipment, including television & radio
. Tesla's coil is an electrical device for producing an intermittent source of high voltage. It consists of an induction coil with a central cylindrical core of soft iron onto which are wound two insulated coils: an inner(primary) coil of a few turns of copper wire, and a surrounding,secondary coil with a large number of turns of thin copper wire
. An interrupter
is used for making and breaking the current in the primary coil automatically. This "current" magnetizes
the "iron core"
and produces a "large magnetic field"
through the "induction coil."
For experimentation with the high voltage output of power from his coil, Tesla produced a gas-filled, phosphore
coated tubular light -- forerunner of today's florescent light
A measure of Tesla's inventiveness can be seen by his tele-automatic boat
which was guided by remote control
. Then in 1900
he made what many have claimed as his finest discovery – terrestrial stationary waves
. He proved with this discovery that the earth could be used as a conductor
and would be as responsive as a tuning fork
) to electric vibrations
of a certain “pitch”
). He also lighted 200 electric lamps without wires from a distance of 25 miles
and created man-made lightning, producing flashes of some 135 feet. Tesla was convinced at one time that he was receiving signals from another planet at his Colorado laboratory. But his claims were met with derision from the scientific press. His ideas later became even more speculative. He asserted that he was able to split the world in half like an apple and that he had invented a 'death ray'
that could destroy aircraft 250 miles away
. His ideas concerning communication with other planets met with incredulity. Yet in 1917
he accurately forecasted the coming of the radar
More Nikola Tesla…
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Typical Tesla Coil Schematic
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Tesla Coil - Resonance Energy – Free For The Asking
Tesla Coil - Operation Explained – P1
Tesla Coil - Operation Explained – P2 – Quenching
Tesla Coil – Wikipedia
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