Free Energy Receiver

Free Energy Receiver

chapter 9

For starters, think of this as a solar-electric panel. Tesla's invention is very different, but the

closest thing to it in conventional technology is in photovoltaics. One radical difference is that

conventional solar-electric panels consist of a substrate coated with crystalline silicon; the 56743vtl87jvo1k

latest use amorphous silicon. Conventional solar panels are expensive, and, whatever the

coating, they are manufactured by esoteric processes. But Tesla's “solar panel" is just a shiny

metal plate with a transparent coating of some insulating material which today could be a

spray plastic. Stick one of these antenna-like panels up in the air, the higher the better, and tv743v6587jvvo

wire it to one side of a capacitor, the other going to a good earth ground. Now the energy from the sun is charging that

capacitor. Connect across the capacitor some sort of switching device so that it can be discharged at rhythmic intervals, and

you have an electric output. Tesla´s patent is telling us that it is that simple to get electric energy. The bigger the area of the

insulated plate, the more energy you get.

But this is more than a 'solar panel" because it does not necessarily need sunshine to operate. It also produces power at night

Of course, this is impossible according to official science. For this reason, you could not get a patent on such an invention

today. Many an inventor has learned this the hard way. Tesla had his problems with the patent examiners, but today's

free-energy inventor has it much tougher. At the time of this writing, the U. S. Patent Office is headed by a Reagan appointee

who came to the office straight from a top executive position with Phillips Petroleum.

Tesla's free-energy receiver was patented in 1901 as An

Apparatus for the Utilization of Radiant Energy. The patent

refers to "the sun, as well as other sources of radiant energy,

like cosmic rays." That the device works at night is explained

in terms of the night-time availability of cosmic rays. Tesla

also refers to the ground as "a vast reservoir of negative


Tesla was fascinated by radiant energy and its free-energy

possibilities. He called the Crooke's radiometer (a device

which has vanes that spin in a vacuum when exposed to

radiant energy) "a beautiful invention." He believed that it

would become possible to harness energy directly by

"connecting to the very wheelwork of nature." His

free-energy receiver is as close as he ever came to such a

device in his patented work. But on his 76th birthday at the ritual press conference, Tesla (who was without the financial

wherewithal to patent but went on inventing in his head) announced a "cosmic-ray motor." When asked if it was more powerful

than the Crooke's radiometer, he answered, "thousands of times more powerful."

how it works

From the electric Potential that exists between the elevated plate (plus) and the ground (minus), energy builds in the capacitor,

and, after "a suitable time interval," the accumulated energy will "manifest itself in a powerful discharge" which can do work.

The capacitor, says Tesla, should be "of considerable electrostatic capacity," and its dielectric made of "the best quality mica,'

for it has to withstand potentials that could rupture a weaker dielectrictric.

Tesla gives various options for the switching device. One is a rotary switch that resembles a Tesia circuit controller. Another is

an electrostatic device consisting of two very light, membranous conductors suspended in a vacuum. These sense the energy

build-up in the capacitor, one going positive, the other negative, and, at a certain charge level, are attracted, touch, and thus

fire the capacitor. Tesla also mentions another switching device consisting of a minute air gap or weak dielectric film which

breaks down suddenly when a certain potential is reached.

The above is about all the technical detail you get in the patent. Although I´ve seen a few cursory references to Tesla´s

invention in my sampling of the literature of free-energy, I am not aware of any attempts to verify it experimentally.

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