Nikola Tesla’s Generator
There can be no doubt that, of all the frictional resistances, the one that most retards human movement is ignorance. Not without reason said that man of wisdom, Buddha: “Ignorance is the greatest evil in the world.” The friction which results from ignorance, and which is greatly increased owing to the numerous languages and nationalities, can be reduced only by the spread of knowledge and the unification of the heterogeneous elements of humanity. No effort could be better spent. — Tesla, Nikola (1900). The Problem of Increasing Human Energy. Century Illustrated Magazine
Nikola Tesla Biography
Perhaps one of the greatest minds the world has yet known, Nikola Tesla was born in modern day Croatia in 1856. From a very early age, Tesla showed great mental prowess and by the time of his death in 1943, he held 300 patents in 26 countries. In the U.S. alone, he had 111 registered patents. Tesla invented the first alternating current motor and was influential in the creation of the radio, having invented several devices for wireless communication. Due to his alternating current motor, Tesla had a fierce rivalry with Thomas Edison, who went to great lengths to discredit the its use. Tesla claimed, quite rightly, that alternating current was safer and more reliable that Edison’s proffered direct current. Despite Edison’s media blitz to convince the public that alternating current was dangerous, during which Edison went so far as to electrocute an elephant, alternating current became the standard and is still in use. Tesla was also a friend to many artists and authors, including Mark Twain, and his projects were frequently funded by the likes of J.P. Morgan and John Jacob Astor.
Wireless Free Energy
It was his work with radio waves that led him to the idea that wireless free energy was possible and, later, to the creation of what is now commonly referred to as a Nikola Tesla generator. Most relevant for the current global energy crisis, the Nikola Tesla generator was a means of extracting free energy from the air, which could then be wirelessly transmitted through the ground to anyone at any point on the globe. In fact, Tesla wanted to provide free energy to everyone and attempted to do so with the construction of Wardenclyffe Tower, which began in 1901. The tower was meant to be the beginning of a giant Nikola Tesla Generator network, the cornerstone of what Tesla described as a World Power System, broadcasting free energy to everyone. However, construction on the tower was halted after Tesla exceeded the funding provided by J.P. Morgan, the major investor, and could not entice other investors into the project. Rumors have since spread that J.P. Morgan and other investors backed out because Wardclyffe Tower and its proposed companion towers would provide free energy, which they had no means of metering, and therefore, the investors would not be able to make any money from it. However, after solo experiments conducted with a smaller device at his laboratory in Colorado, Tesla announced, “I have harnessed the cosmic rays and caused them to operate a motive device.”
In Tesla’s view, free energy should be possible because the Earth is a charged body, a fact which had not been proven at the time, and Earth’s upper atmosphere has conductive properties. Tesla’s theory was that the slight disruption of Earth’s positively charged atmosphere by magnetic fields created by his towers would allow the flow of electricity between any two points on the Earth’s negatively charged surface. The towers would use Earth’s own resonant frequency to generate the magnetic fields, and, thereby, free energy.
According to Tesla:
“Ere many generations pass, our machinery will be driven by a power obtainable at any point of the universe. This idea is not novel. Men have been led to it long ago by instinct or reason; it has been expressed in many ways, and in many places, in the history of old and new…Throughout space there is energy. Is this energy static or kinetic? If static our hopes are in vain; if kinetic — and this we know it is, for certain — then it is a mere question of time when men will succeed in attaching their machinery to the very wheel-work of nature.”
Nikola Tesla Generator is the Form of Induction Motor
Today, one of Nikola Tesla’s generators, on a much smaller scale in the form of an induction motor, is used to power the Tesla Roadster, an electric car developed by Toyota. Unfortunately, the dream of free energy from a Nikola Tesla generator has not been recognized on a wide scale as the original plans were lost shortly after Tesla’s death. Recently, the plans for a smaller version of Nikola Tesla’s generator have been recreated and made available to the public. Proponents of renewable energy claim that a few Nikola Tesla generators could provide enough power to light every city on earth and can be readily manufactured from available electrical components.
Tesla’s dream was to that every home could be powered with free energy using a Nikola Tesla generator. In the near future, that may become the reality as more people learn about this amazing man and his array of astounding creations.