Billy Joe sent us an email saying: I live in a 2000 square foot home. I want to put it off of the electric grid at least up to 90% to 95% percent. This is an awesome and fantastic goal Billy Joe! Here’s something to consider. While the size of the home plays a factor, … [Read more…]
Tesla died on January 7, 1943. In his lifetime, he applied for over 800 different patents. Scientists continue to scour through his notes. The “Tesla bladeless disk turbine engine” that he designed, when made with modern materials, is proving to be among the most efficient motors ever made. Experiments conducted by Tesla using cryogenic liquids … [Read more…]
In April 1887, Tesla began investigating what would later be called X-rays using his own single terminal vacuum tubes (similar to his patent #514,170). Tesla’s thoughts were a key step in the invention of the modern X-ray. If you’ve ever had an x-ray, thank Tesla. Here are some other devices which owe their modern place … [Read more…]
The Tesla effect” refers to applications where electrical conduction is wireless. Tesla was the first to demonstrate the possibilities for wireless electricity generation. Wireless electricity is possible, so why aren’t we using it more?
And the Tom’s of Maine Contest winners are in! There were two gift cards available in this contest. All you had to do was comment. Over 500 people visited that page in the past week. Know how many people commented? 15. This means your chances of winning a $50 or $100 gift card from GreenJoyment … [Read more…]
———————— DIY Project teaches you how to build wireless electricity stations as Tesla wanted to: http://www.greenjoyment.com/tesla-electricity-4 ———————— Tesla was an eccentric individual. He made (what seemed to many to be) crazy claims about what was possible. As is the case with many of history’s smartest minds, Tesla was initially highly regarded. However, by 3/4 of … [Read more…]
Tesla was a major player in the birth of commercial electricity. Tesla demonstrated how energy could be transferred wirelessly to power electronic devices as early as 1893. Create a system where intercontinental wireless transmission of industrial power would be possible.