Nikola Tesla - The Theory Of Free Power
Free electrical power without connecting to the grid. Electricity carried
through the air to light up our homes and power our vehicles. Enough
power to light up an otherwise spent fluorescent bulb. If this all sounds
like the thirty-first century, it isn't. There may be technology available
today that will provide free electrical power to everyone.
When electricity was first discovered there were proponents of both the
direct current transmission and the alternating current transmission of
power. Thomas Edison, long believed to be the father of electricity,
thought that the future lied in direct current. Power with a positive and a
negative pole, much like batteries, that was transmitted over power lines
to houses everywhere. Nikola Tesla believed in alternating current, with
oscillations to the power.
Over the years home electricity has become alternating current while
mobile applications such as cars and battery-powered machines have
relied on direct current. AC power is the safer of the two since it is
transmitted through wires and can be adapted more easily to home uses.
Direct current, because it has no transmission source, provides electricity
for mobile applications because the source of the power is contained in
the battery which, in turn, is contained in the car or flashlight or radio.
After Tesla sold the rights to his electrical generating system to
Westinghouse he continued to theorize that electricity, much like radio
waves, could be transmitted through the air and with the correct
equipment in place, could power a house without ever needing to be
connected to the grid. If this was possible then everyone could simply
gather the power they needed through a collector and light up their
house, power their appliances and even operate their cars for free.
Tesla had several theories that could provide electrical power to the
The Tesla Free Power coil is a device that can collect a charge of 110 volt
ac and quickly convert it to low amperage high frequency and voltage
power that flows through the air. This power can light up fluorescent
tubes and operate appliances and machinery in the house when they are
adapted with the correct receptors. Prior to 1900 Nikola Tesla
demonstrated that he was able to transmit millions of volts of electricity
over 26 miles and operate an electrical motor and a bank of light bulbs.
Tesla coils, when plugged into a 110 outlet, can generate enough
electricity in a house to power light bulbs nearby. Tesla's theory was that
through the placement of high-powered towers that would generate the
electricity the world could be supplied with electricity.
The culmination of his test was a theory of radiant energy. Based on
theories of electromagnetic waves that travel through the air, electrical
power could be transmitted to homes and then received and distributed
through the house via wiring. In Shoreham, New York, Nikola Tesla
attempted to demonstrate his theory when he constructed the
Wardenclyfe transmitter. This huge radiant transmitter of electrical power
was the first attempt to have electromagnetic power placed into the
atmosphere so that it could be collected and used in households miles
Nikola Tesla never saw his dream of radiant power come to life. However
there are still devoted followers of the dream today and we may be closer
than ever to free distributed power.
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