A Dream Ahead of Its Time
By 1900, Tesla was already widely regarded as America’s foremost electrical engineer, having dazzled the world with his groundbreaking inventions and his triumph over Thomas Edison in the “battle of currents.”
It was then that he embarked on his most ambitious project to date: the transmission tower at Wardenclyffe. Constructed during the period of 1901-05, the Wardenclyffe facility was based on another of Tesla’s revolutionary ideas.
Tesla planned to use the tower to achieve what the scientific community had so far considered impossible: a global, wireless communication system. The tower would be the prototype for a system that could broadcast music, news, stock market reports, secured military communications, even facsimile images around the world, using the Earth itself as a conductor. It was an incredibly prescient attempt to create a telecommunications infrastructure similar to what the Internet offers us today—but completely wireless.
Powering the World
But Tesla had an even more ambitious purpose in mind for the massive Wardenclyffe tower. He had already proved that high-frequency signals could be transmitted without wired connections using his own “Tesla coil” transformers, and this led to what would become a lifelong obsession: the wireless transmission of energy.
Read more here . . .
Here's a smaller version of the Nikola Tesla’s Wardenclyffe Tower.
Free Energy is coming, hold your vibration high!
The random thoughts of 99th Monkey . . . an occasional rant and other reflections in the hall of mirrors.