The Russian Physicists Re-Build the Tesla Tower To Offer Free Energy On Earth

by | Nov 9, 2021 | Earth, Science | 0 comments

Tesla’s design for Wardenclyffe grew out of his experiments from the early 1890s. His primary goal in these experiments was to develop a new wireless power transmission system. He discarded the idea of ​​using the newly discovered Hertzian (radio) waves, which were discovered in 1888 by German physicist Heinrich Rudolf Hertz since Tesla doubted that they existed and basic physics told him, and most other researchers from that period, that they would only travel in straight lines as visible light did, which means they would travel straight out into space and be “hopelessly lost”.

In laboratory experiments and later large-scale experiments at Colorado Springs in 1899, Tesla developed his own ideas on how a worldwide wireless system would work. He theorized from these experiments that if he injected electric current into the earth at just the right frequency, he could exploit what he thought was the planet’s own electrical charge and cause it to resonate at a frequency that would be amplified in “standing waves” that could be dropped anywhere on the planet to drive units or through modulation, carry a signal.

His system was based more on 19th-century ideas about electrical conduction and telegraphy rather than the newer theories of airborne electromagnetic waves, with an electric charge that was conducted through the ground and returned through the air.


Tesla Tower To Offer Free Energy On Earth

Two brave Russian physicists are trying to build the legendary Wardenclyffe Tower, created in the early 1900s by Nikola Tesla, to generate free energy for the entire planet.

The Tesla Tower was built near Manhattan Island in the early 1900s, but mysteriously the project was never completed.

According to the sources, it was not closed due to financial problems. Tesla argued several times that this project may be the most efficient system for generating and distributing free energy around the world.

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Now, Russian physicists, Leonid and Sergey Plekhanov are doing their best to implement this project with modern technology.

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As early as the 1880s, the Soviet Union built one of these towers that accumulated electric rays generated by storms. Nevertheless, the modern version of the Wardenclyffe Tower will be able to solve many technical problems.

Re-Build the Tesla Tower

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Tesla’s design used a concept of a charged leading upper layer in the atmosphere, a theory that goes back to an idea from 1872 for a proposed wireless power system by Mahlon Loomis. Not only did Tesla believe that he could use this layer as his return route in his electrical management system, but that the power flowing through it would make it shine and provide nighttime lighting for cities and shipping.

Re-Build the Tesla Tower

Re-Build the Tesla Tower

In an article in Collier’s Weekly in February 1901 entitled “Talking to Planets”, Tesla described his “system for energy transmission and telegraphy without the use of wires” as:

(uses) the earth itself as a medium for conducting the currents, thereby dispensing with wires and all other artificial conductors … a machine which, to explain its function in ordinary language, resembled a pump in its act, and draws electricity from the earth and drive it back to the same at a tremendous rate, thus creating ripples or disturbances that propagate through the earth as though a wire, could be detected at great distances by carefully adapted receiving circuits. In this way, I was able to transmit at a distance, not only weak effects for signaling, but significant amounts of energy, and subsequent discoveries that I made convinced that I would eventually succeed in transmitting power without wires, for industrial purposes, with the high economy, and to any distance, however large



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