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It's Coming...

jp_2 Member Posts: 1,935
get this free energy from space to the earths surface?

ever walk around on the carpet in wool socks holding a 4 ft fluorescent light bulb in winter? It will light.


  • Mike T., Swampeast MO
    Mike T., Swampeast MO Member Posts: 6,928

    ...they just better be glad that Tesla already did this and that his patents are LONG expired.

    "All" that remains is to open the gateway to the boundless energy at the fringe of space and simultaneously resonate in into the earth and the lower atmosphere. The so-called "dream" of limitless, essentially free energy is in our grasp!
  • Ross_7
    Ross_7 Member Posts: 577
    Nikolai Tesla

    It never ceases to amaze me, on how much Tesla was ahead of his time. The man truly was a prodigy. I saw a show on the History Channel about him. He got a real bum steer in life. Such a shame for someone who had so much talent & vision.
  • Troy_3
    Troy_3 Member Posts: 479

    Another case of the genius dying penniless. He never really reaped much reward for all he gave to society.
  • Mike T., Swampeast MO
    Mike T., Swampeast MO Member Posts: 6,928

    As best I understand the concept, the potential is already there. The earth itself has an essentially endless electron surplus while the upper atmosphere has a similar electron deficit. The "why" of this is immaterial to the fact that it happens, but let's just say it's the result of the interaction between the earth, its amosphere, the sun and the universe as a whole.

    The object is to utilize this natural electric potential by rareifying (ionizing) the air such that it becomes more conductive to the flow of electricity. Tesla planned to do this via an array of tightly focused, intensely powerful ultra-violet arc lamps. (BTW, arc lamps are yet another of his inventions.) Others have suggested that microwaves would be more suitable but since nobody has yet even duplicated Tesla's proof-of-concept experiments in Colorado Springs--and he intentionally did not leave good records of such--who can say what would work better?

    This will open a "gateway" to electrical energy on an immense scale with many, many, many times greater potential than required to open it via ionizing the air.

    The problem still remains however how to collect, control, distribute and utilize such an immense amount of power. This is purely supposition, but I suspect Tesla was going to use a huge version of a special Tesla coil he developed in Colorado Springs. It has a mysterious "extra coil" whose function has never been understood. Some portion of the coil was to be connected to an huge, deep, highly conductive ground rod. Another portion was to be connected to an omnidirectional antenna looking rather like a geodesic dome. The final goal was to resonate low-frequency energy into the earth and extremely high frequency energy into the atmosphere. Tesla insisted that a single installation would provide global communication through the atmosphere and that a surprisingly small number would provide global energy for household (and even industrial) use via the earth. He also believed it possible to eventually power aircraft via energy collected from the atmosphere.

    To some scientists the entire concept is nothing but "science fiction". Others conceed that the global communication component would certainly have worked but seriously doubt the energy from the earth component. Personally, I believe Tesla to be so brilliant that both components were inherent to the design--if one worked, the other had to work as well.
  • Mike T., Swampeast MO
    Mike T., Swampeast MO Member Posts: 6,928

    He tore up a contract with George Westinghouse that would have made him the richest man on earth. Something like a 30 cent annual royalty for every horsepower of electricity generated via his turbines, the design of which remains essentially unchanged to this day...
  • jp_2
    jp_2 Member Posts: 1,935
    first paragraph

    description doesn't seem to mix well with my understand of 'northern lights' where in coming plasma from the sun gets deflected to the opposite poles of the earth. northern lights/southern lights.

    seems any charges in upper atmosphere would hop a ride with the magnetic flux of the poles like the suns plasma does?

    but I don't know.............
  • Mike T., Swampeast MO
    Mike T., Swampeast MO Member Posts: 6,928

    The magnetic field of the earth guides the solar plasma towards the poles--it does not deflect.

    The electron deficit at the fringe of space near the poles is so severe that relief is obtained purely atmospherically--thus the northern and southern lights.

    Let that deficit overwhelm the atmosphere and it will frequently find its out via the electrical grid.
  • jp_2
    jp_2 Member Posts: 1,935

    I used deflected somewhat improper, sorry.

    i was trying to say that the positve and negetive plasma charges go to their attracking poles. but remember too, the like charge coming toward the like polar will be deflected. I don't remember the charge of the poles either? I have a 50/50 chance its negetive :)

    remember, a lot of people believed in the Ether, i guess some still do.

    added: mike
    reread my post """...sun gets deflected to the opposite poles..."""

    so it gets deflect to... or gets guided to.... I think you are getting way too picky here.
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