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Harnessing the wheelwork of nature : Tesla's science of energy

Author: Thomas Valone
Publisher: Kempton, Ill. : Adventure Unlimited Press, 2002.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Harnessing the wheelwork of nature presents for the first time, the feasibility arguement for Tesla's most ambitious dream, the wireless transmission of power. Pictured on the cover near Tesla's feet, the 187-foot Wardenclyffe Tower was the means to deliver natural 8 Hz electricity anywhere in the world, by longtitudinal waves with only about 5% loss. See why Tesla's dream answers the energy crisis worldwide, saves  Read more...
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Named Person: Nikola Tesla; Nikola Tesla
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Valone
ISBN: 1931882045 9781931882040
OCLC Number: 50931289
Description: 338 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: "Tesla's science of energy" / Thomas Valone --
Section I: History of Tesla's Early Electric Life --
Reflections of Tesla by his descendant / William Terbo --
Nikola Tesla --
Electricity's hidden genius / Keith Tutt --
Tesla's history at Niagara Falls / Tom Valone --
Niagara Falls centennial of the birth of AC electricity --
Section II: Principles of wireless power transmission --
Effects of Tesla's life and electrical inventions / Andrija Puharich --
Prospects of worldwide wireless power / Kurt Van Voorhies --
On the transmission of electricity without wires / Nikola Tesla --
True meaning of wireless transmission of power / Toby Grotz --
Tesla's self-sustaining electrical generator / Oliver Nichelson --
Self-sustained longitudinal waves / Robert Bass --
Tesla and the magnifying transmitter / J. Corum & Ken Corum --
Tesla's ELF oscillator for wireless transmission / J. & K. Corum --
Harnessing the earth-Ionospher resonant cavity / E. Rauscher & W. Bise --
Section III: Miscellaneous articals and Tesla reference material --
Homoplar generator --
Tesla's contribution / Thomas Valone --
Tesla's ionizer and ozonator: Implications for indoor air pollution / T. Valone --
FBI documents on Tesla --
Selected Tesla patents --
Bibliography --
Glossary of Tesla's patents --
Index.
Other Titles: Tesla's science of energy
Responsibility: [edited] by Thomas Valone.

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Harnessing the wheelwork of nature presents for the first time, the feasibility arguement for Tesla's most ambitious dream, the wireless transmission of power. Pictured on the cover near Tesla's feet, the 187-foot Wardenclyffe Tower was the means to deliver natural 8 Hz electricity anywhere in the world, by longtitudinal waves with only about 5% loss. See why Tesla's dream answers the energy crisis worldwide, saves electrical conversion losses, and provides a real alternative to transmission lines. Why wasn't the protoype of Wardenclyffe finished in 1903?

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