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03/08/2007
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Nikola Tesla invented a means of sending energy efficiently and wirelessly over long distances. A power plant could send all its energy to a receiving station halfway around the globe. In his article The True Wireless, Tesla explained conceptually how it works, and I strongly recommend reading his article to better understand the following discussion on the physics of wireless energy transmission and the secrets of free energy.

The wireless system consists of a transmitter and receiver with identical resonant frequencies. Both are earth grounded Tesla coils. When one oscillates, the other also starts oscillating no matter how far away. The conventional explanation is that the transmitter sends electrical vibrations into the ground which are picked up by the receiver.

The earth, due to its huge cross-sectional area, is an excellent conductor and even more with respect to high frequency alternating current. But that does not explain how, according to Tesla, the transmitter can send its energy specifically to the receiver when the energy should instead spread out and dissipate as soon as it enters the ground. And if current is indeed conducted through the ground, where is the return path for that current? How can the transmitter send megawatts of power without losses to a receiver halfway around the globe without heating or electrocuting everything in between?

First, notice that both transmitter and receiver ideally use spherical metal terminals. Why spheres instead of thin metal rods like conventional antennas? Because what is being broadcast is not transverse EM waves, but longitudinal. Tesla figured the terminals functioned as charge reservoirs that could give and take electrons from the ground through the oscillating secondary coil. By doing so, the electrical vibrations could be impressed upon the earth and by resonating the entire planet also affect the receiver. If the transmitter’s terminal serves only as an electron reservoir, then it is spherical mainly to minimize electrical leakage into the surrounding atmosphere.

But in actuality the spheres also function as longitudinal wave broadcasters, and it is these waves that would be partially responsible for resonating the distant receiver into oscillation. Longitudinal waves differ from transverse in that their undulation points in the direction of travel and that they have no magnetic field component. How is this possible? Because due to the symmetry of a spherical terminal, most of the magnetic field vectors arising from the dynamic electric field cancel each other. What are emitted are concussive waves made of divergent vector potentials (identically longitudinal electric waves). Vector potentials, meanwhile, are merely gradients of a scalar superpotential field, a.k.a. the aether. So the spherical terminal would essentially radiate “sound waves” into the aether, just as Tesla surmised. For more on longitudinal waves and potential fields, see my other science-related research notes and the Scalar Physics Research Center

Interestingly, because the magnetic field components are absent, the Poynting vector (E x B) is zero and hence such an antenna does not actually broadcast energy — it merely puts out an information signal. The information tells the receiver that it’s time to start oscillating. This is possible because of a nice physics equation that says the divergence of the vector potential effects changes in electron density and vice versa:

So if the receiver’s terminal holds X amount of electrons for its size, then if it experiences a change in the local divergence of the vector potential, it will be perturbed into either holding more or less electrons than before. And if connected to a circuit, such as the secondary coil connected to earth ground, then those extra electrons will enter/exit the terminal in an oscillating fashion, creating an AC current in the entire device whose energy can be tapped at the output primary coil. But it can only do so if those electrons have a place to go to or come from, and that is the ground itself. Earth is an immense electron reservoir. The transmitter and receiver both use the earth to provide a giver/taker for electrons entering/exiting their spherical antennas, and it is the oscillating divergence in the vector potential that sets it all into motion.

As a side note, the equation also shows what Tesla meant by his “radiant energy” (radiant as in radius rather than brilliant) being sound waves in electrified air. “Sound waves in electrified air” was his description for what we today call ion-acoustic waves. These are compression waves in charged plasmas, which due to their coupling to the ether produce longitudinal waves. While plasmas/ions/electrons can respond to longitudinal waves and generate them as well, they themselves are not longitudinal waves, as the latter can exist independently of matter.

In addition, intense nonlinear pulses of longitudinal waves create gravitational waves, and Tesla commented on experiencing these pulses as feeling like slaps of air that could even pass through metal shielding, though he did not know (or publicly admit) that they were gravitational waves. He experienced these when a sharp current pulse was sent down a wire, creating the electrical equivalent of water hammer, and causing the electron density (like water pressure) in the wire to spike suddenly, which would send a radial longitudinal shockwave away from the wire.

Vibrating the Planet

Anyway, Tesla outdid himself when he realized he could use the entire planet as a spherical antenna. This is important because there is another physics equation that relates a time-varying voltage field to the divergence of the vector potential:

Physicists will recognize this as nothing more than the Lorentz gauge, but such gauges in physics serve only to cover up taboo implications by limiting all conceived physical systems to those that self-cancel any forbidden phenomena. For those familiar with Tom Bearden’s work, this is why he stresses the importance of asymmetric regauging, whereby instead of canceling out there is a net presence of some exotic phenomena, be it free energy, artificial time dilation, antigravity, etc…

This particular equation shows that even if you have a uniform voltage field, meaning one in which no electric field is present (because electric field is the negative gradient of the voltage, and a uniform scalar field has no gradient) then as long as the voltage oscillates over time, that uniform field will produce a divergent vector potential in that space, and this in turn would oscillate electron density. Tesla’s system was capable of electrically vibrating the entire planet, and when that happens you get a voltage field that is for all practical purposes locally uniform along any given circumference around the globe while varying rapidly over time, and hence it creates an oscillating divergence in the vector potential everywhere.

Therefore it doesn’t matter where the receiver is located; it will experience the same oscillation in the vector potential divergence everywhere on the planet and hence the electrons in its terminal will enter and evacuate to produce the needed current.

The Secret of Free Energy

In case you missed it, there is a critical implication here. The transmitter does not lose energy by generating longitudinal waves, yet the receiver responds to those waves and generates a measurable current. This means that if the transmitter uses a million watts, and the receiver outputs the same, ten more receivers can each output a million watts without putting additional load on the transmitter. Where does the extra energy come from?

Well, there is something very special about an oscillating divergence in the vector potential, namely that it creates an oscillating time field that extracts energy from the flow of time itself. If you have ever wanted to know the secrets of free energy, this is definitely one of them. Under ideal conditions, the transmitter sends an information signal that nudges the receiver into extracting free energy from the time stream. Some would call it extracting the zero point energy. Due to the first equation showing the relation between divergence and charge density, charges vibrating in a compressive/expansive manner automatically extract free energy that adds to the amplitude of their oscillation.

That the transmitter and receiver electrically oscillate at resonance is how one can dial specifically into the other, and that their mode of oscillation involves radial electron compression makes the entire process assisted by free energy.

What About Ground Currents?

Tesla put more importance on what was happening underground with currents being pumped into the earth than with waves radiating from the top terminals. He said that when the transmitter pushes electrons into the ground during one half of its cycle, that perturbs the electron distribution in the planet, basically pushing it up through the receiver into its terminal. In that case, the energy needed to push down by the transmitter is recovered by the energy generated by the push up in the receiver, and so energy is conserved.

More likely it is both processes in combination: since the transmitter’s top terminal is opposite in voltage from its bottom ground connection, each sends a longitudinal wave of opposite polarity. When these hit their respective parts of the receiver, that provides the necessary potential difference to induce a current. But let’s remember that longitudinal waves (oscillating divergences in the vector potential) affect electron density, so between transmitter and receiver, the electrons within the earth rapidly come under the influence of the underground longitudinal waves radiating from the bottom terminals of both transmitter and activated receiver. Therefore a compressive standing wave will arise in this electron distribution, assisting the entire process. That is how wireless transmitters and receivers using straight metal rods as antennas instead of spheres still accomplished their jobs.

Cold Electricity

The key is that whereas DC currents involve a collective motion of electrons in one direction, and AC currents involve a collective motion that first goes forward then backward, what Tesla’s system employed was a collective compression and expansion of electrons. That follows from the coupling between divergent vector potentials and electron density. It is unique because a wire carrying such a “current” will have both ends pulling or expelling electrons at the same time. With DC, one end takes electrons while the other expels, same with AC except the ends switch roles with every cycle of oscillation. But with Tesla’s “cold electricity” both ends give and take simultaneously. (While AC-induced standing waves do similar, only cold electricity can do this at low frequencies, and for wireless transmission Tesla said lower frequency was better). This means there is zero net current flowing through the wire. And without current, resistance has no effect. In that case the electrons do not form an actual current so much as couple to the vector potential and amplify it along the way via the free-energy-from-time principle.

Tesla said that it was important to have a good ground connection, that when the surrounding soil was damp the energy transmission was better; while this seemingly confirms that regular current is indeed being conducted through the ground as the conventional explanation holds, it equally supports the idea that if longitudinal waves play a greater role then the better the ground connection, the better the transmitter and receiver can extract or inject electrons into the earth.

However, given the size of the earth and its huge capacitance, injecting electrons from a metal terminal would not push them up into the distant receiver any more than a gallon of water dropped into the ocean pushes a gallon onto the opposite shore. Therefore I think the earth functions more as a limitless reservoir of electrons that readily takes or gives them into the transmitter and receiver, and that it is the longitudinal waves from the transmitter that, by creating a round-the-world oscillating voltage field (and equally a round-the-world oscillating divergence in the vector potential) induces the receiver into extracting its own proportionate amount of free energy.

Must wireless transmission use ground currents? They can, but Tesla later claimed to have received communications from Mars, and said himself that by using his wireless system, information could be sent between planets. Well, being that there is no conducting ground between planets, and that Tesla was not using transverse EM waves, only a longitudinal signal sent from one planet could induce an electrical change in a receiver on the other. If through space, then perhaps also on earth, and if communication signals then also megawatts of power between the transmitting power station and its multitude of receivers around the globe.

Summary

The two secrets of free energy employed in Tesla’s wireless technology:

1) By applying an oscillating high voltage signal (dV/dt) to a metal terminal with large surface area, longitudinal waves are emitted that result in no loss of energy because in lacking magnetic components these waves have no Poynting vector. Yet the receiver will respond to this by outputting energy.

2) Longitudinal waves, which are identically scalar waves made of divergence in the vector potential, or voltage fields that vary uniformly over space but oscillate over time, will cause corresponding oscillations in the density of mobile electrons. And likewise, compressive oscillations in the density of mobile electrons will create longitudinal waves. Furthermore, such radial oscillations in ion or electron distribution will, when vibrating in a mode of resonance, tap into the time stream and produce free energy that adds to the amplitude of their oscillation.