“Certain powerful interests did not wish the extended electromagnetics to be discovered or taught. That, after all, would lead to free energy and loss of economic control of the citizens. That was precisely why Nikola Tesla had already been suppressed … Today, over a hundred years later, it is still being suppressed”
Do you agree with this statement?
technically those are problems regarding people without morals, not the wireless electricity.
How is it possible to steal someone’s electricity if everyone was to be receiving it for free? That was his goal afterall: to provide the entire planet with free electricity. Power company (Westinghouse) said no when they found out it’s usage could not be metered.
Is all this true?
No, none of what you have said is true.
This has been one of the favorite ‘CONspiracy theories’ for many years, which people wish to believe and are easily deceived by when they do not understand basic science.
Nikola Tesla was a brilliant scientist who also had a talent for showmanship.
He would sit in the middle of a room with artificial ‘lightning’ occurring all around him for people to watch.
He was also able to amaze people by holding an electric light in his hand, and with no attached wires was able to make it illuminate. People thought that this was ‘magic’ but it is something that anyone can replicate for a couple of $$ by building a simple ‘Tesla Coil’ transformer.
The original transformer seems quite crude by today’s standards, but is the basis for the high voltage production for ‘conventional’ televisions with a CRT display, and also used in LCD displays today to produce the ‘back-lighting’ voltage tor the ‘cold cathode’ lights.
I also used to believe many of these myths when I was younger simply because I wanted to believe that they were true and because a friend told me it was true.
I also believed that ‘perpetual motion’ was possible.
I then studied some science and found out where my ideas were failing.
A myth can travel faster than the speed of sound while science information may only travel at the pace of a snail. Yet while sound is limited in its range the snail is NOT!
by: 2B or not 2B
on: 28th May 10