The future of power sources is based on radiant energy, naturally available. For many years researchers knew it is possible to harness it from the environment, but only a few of them knew how to tap it. The zero cost, natural energy can be harnessed directly from the environment (sometimes mistakenly called “static” electricity), or it can be extracted from ordinary electricity throughout a method named “fractionation.” Radiant energy works just like ordinary traditional electricity and it cost less than 1% of its price.
An Electrical Energy Historical Presentation
Brilliant engineers or inventors, such as Dr. Nikola Tesla, Edwin Gray, Sr. Dr. T. Henry Moray, and Paul Baumann have succeeded, in the last one hundred years, to find its secret. They reported a costless “cold” form of electric power and they made demonstrations in front of hundreds of eyewitnesses, using relatively simple equipment. Radiant energy behaves somehow different than traditional electricity and this is one reason it has been so misunderstood by the scientific community over the years.
The Secret of Tesla’s Radiant Energy
Nikola Tesla, the pioneer of modern electrical science, first studied it since 1889 and applied it as the primary active principle in his Magnifying Transmitter. He knew the great potential benefit for the whole humanity of this alternative source of energy. Being seen as a threat by the energy industry moguls of the time, Tesla was stopped in his researches and prevented from full manifestation of its work. His goal was a World Power System based on this cost-free electrical energy, but his attempt bothered many actors on the energy business stage. Deprived of funds and ridiculed for his opinions, he managed, though, to develop, using the same principle, a smaller device. The tiny machine used no magnets and batteries and gathered the energy directly from the environment. In 1930 he accomplished his mission and the device powered his Pierce-Arrow automobile. In 1887 Heinrich Hertz claimed to have discovered the existence of electromagnetic waves. Tesla was also making researches in the field and, during those experiments, he made a series of observations, which finally led to the discovery of Radiant energy. Experimenting with direct current discharges, Tesla saw a new force in the process. In 1892 he announced this outstanding discovery in a paper named “The Dissipation of Electricity”. The announcing came after exhaustive experimental trials which took him three years. What most of the academic society missed to understand was the fact that the transformer from the 1892 paper operated in a brand new domain of physics. This innovative domain was based on abrupt discharges of electrostatic potentials followed by the release of radiant sustainable energy. Tesla’s vision of the cosmos, due to his developed sense of awareness and his natural intuitive insights, made him understand the important role that the ether played in all the manifestations of electrical phenomena. His contemporaries missed that, focusing only on the electromagnetic component. The controversy cleared in 1905, when Einstein published his famous Theory of Relativity and the Michaelson-Morley Experiment took place. Tesla’s deductions regarding the role of the ether regained their placed in the academic arena.
Another visionary radio scientist, Dr. Thomas Henry Moray, created at about the same time, an energy source, working absolutely with no fuel. In 1935 he had developed a small apparatus able to produce 50,000 watts of a cold form of electricity. As all that time’s scientists did, he assembled demonstrations, displaying his invention in front of hundreds of witnesses. Moray, as well as Tesla named this new type of electrical power, “radiant energy”.
Edwin Gray, Sr retook the researches in 1950, fascinated as well by the idea of alternative energy. For almost 15 years, he made experiments, run tests and tried to assembly working models of the renewable energy providers. He discovered that high voltage capacitors can be discharged and then shocked to release a radiant electrostatic burst. This was captured in a gadget he used to call “conversion element switching tube.” This released a cold form of energy, with which, he powered motors, home appliances and recharged batteries. This process was named “splitting the positive” by Mr. Gray. This discovery helped him in 1970 to create a electric automobile engine of 80 hp, which could keep its batteries charged continuously. He also held demonstrations in his laboratory with press and witnesses.
In the 1970, Paul Baumann revives the technique in Switzerland and starts to build working models of a machine he used to call the “Testatika machine”. He kept his studies quite discreet and didn’t officially reveal the experiments, but eye-witnesses have seen an electrostatic generating device producing a cold form of electricity. In Linden, Switzerland, the Methernitha Community, a group founded in 1950 and living in an environmental friendly social model, has 5 or 6 currently working models of this 100 % free of fuel, self-running device.
It seems that after decades of experiment and researches, in 2000, Dr. Peter Lindemann understood the secret behind all these attempts and finally cracked the secret. In September 2000 Dr. Lindemann presented the results of his hard working years in a technical lecture. After that he wrote a book, named “The Free Energy Secrets of Cold Electricity”, in which he elaborates on the same principles.
The Tesla Generator – the Inexhaustible Gift of Free Energy
Basically, the Tesla generator can bring unlimited electricity in people homes by simply pushing a rod into the ground, then turning on an electrical appliance. Not only homes, but offices, farms, street lights, libraries or even villages cold rely their lighting needs satisfied on this device. This is the most exquisite green approach of our lifestyle we can have in the future.
Tesla’s outstanding energy source still raises questions amongst ordinary people and engineers, but the future belongs to it, since the traditional electric energy will be scarcer and therefore more and more expensive. And, unlike wind and solar energy, the initial investment is practically symbolic and no advanced knowledge in engineering or construction is required.