NIKOLA TESLA & FREE ENERGY
Tesla was a prolific and inspired inventor. He gave us fluorescent and neon lighting, the remote control, the capacitor discharge ignition system for cars, the mechanical oscillator, the bladeless turbine, wireless communication and so much more. He is the true discoverer of x-rays and the true inventor of the radio and radar. He also built the first hydroelectric plant at Niagra Falls, proving that it was a practical energy source.
Nikola Tesla was far beyond his more famous peers. He was hired by Thomas Edison, who promised him a tremendous sum of money, to help him improve his DC generators. When Tesla improved the generator plants and asked for payment, Edison’s reply was, “Tesla, you don’t understand our American humor.” Telsa immediately quit and formed the Tesla Electric Light Company.
Around 1891, he invented the Tesla Coil, a global wireless-transmission tower that produced high voltage, high frequency, alternating current electricity. He knew his invention could be used to provide free wireless energy and communication to the world, so he began building his 185 foot transmitter tower in Long Island, New York and another in Colorado Springs, Colorado. J.P. Morgan funded the venture, until he realized he would make no profit.
Nikola Tesla ended up with empty stock certificates and passed away alone in a New York City hotel. Much of his work was confiscated and he never did receive the credit he deserved, until now. People are starting to wake up to the genius of this man and his idea of a system, that could power the world for free.
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