A program designed to revive the useful energy technologies invented by Nikola Tesla.
Harnessing the Wheelwork of Nature by Thomas Valone, PhD presents for the first time, the feasibility argument for Tesla’s most ambitious dream, the wireless transmission of power. Pictured on the book’s cover near his feet, the 187-foot Wardenclyffe Tower was Tesla’s means to deliver natural 8 Hz electricity anywhere in the world, by longitudinal waves. Unknown to most electrical engineers, Nikola Tesla’s dream answers the energy crisis worldwide, saves electrical conversion losses, and provides a real alternative to transmission lines. In Dr. Corum’s contributed papers, he explains Tesla’s magnifying transmitter, which Tesla compared to a telescope. Corum points out that “the tuned circuit of his magnifying transmitter was the whole earth-ionosphere cavity resonator.”
Two-day Tesla Energy Science Conference held in 2003 has videos, DVDs, and a forth-coming Proceedings.
The conference program and speaker list centers on the theme of wireless electricity and bioelectromagnetic healingPhoto collage of the Tesla Energy Science Conference 2003
One of the Tesla technologies developed by IRI and exhibited at the conference was a PREMIER 3000 (Photonic Rejuvenation Energizing Machine & Immunizing Electrifying Radiator) which can be seen in the collage.
The Premier 3000 flyer is available in pdf format.
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