Russian Physicists To Power The World Wirelessly By Rebuilding The Tesla’s Wardenclyffe Tower.

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Picture Russian Physicists To Power The World Wirelessly By Rebuilding The Tesla’s Wardenclyffe Tower.

“Tesla was right and we are ready to prove it!” A statement by two Russian Physicists who recently launched an Indiegogo campaign that seeks to rebuild in the fall of 2014, Nikola Tesla’s Wardenclyffe Tower. Tesla believed the tower could one day be used wirelessly to transmit power, but he didn’t see it proven during his lifetime. The team believes Tesla was correct and after an extensive study, are convinced the project could provide a worldwide energy transmission system which is efficient and that would share out all the clean energy needed.

Tesla's Wardenclyffe Tower
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Tesla was an undisputed genius and is still a polarizing figure, 70 years later. For the last five years, Sergey Plekhanov and Leonid Plekhanov, have been studying notes and patents by Tesla’s and are certain that the project is viable if they use modern technology and materials. [quote_box_center]”Nikola Tesla had left us a very detailed description of the design of his Magnifying Transmitter System and the physical principles of its operation. We are a group of modern-day physicists, trained in many areas related to the operation of his Worldwide Energy System. We’ve conducted a thorough scientific expertise of his works and came to the conclusion that Tesla was on the right track.”[/quote_box_center]

The team Sergey Plekhanov and Leonid Plekhanov
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The current design is hinged on the simple principle that they have an unlimited source of energy already -the sun. They would need a sunny desert and a solar array of 100,000 square kilometer, then our power needs would be solved globally. Their only problem is distribution of the power seeing that the current power systems tend to leak a lot of energy. The proposed network towers were designed to use the Earth’s inherent conductivity to transmit energy through the ionosphere and ground with very little wastage.[quote_box_center]”Tesla’s system for energy transmission uses a ground surface as well as the Earth-Ionosphere waveguide like a sort of analogue of a simple wire, which can be used for transmission of electrical energy over great distances. At that, the transmission of a considerable amount of energy via such a “wire” (the upper layers of the ground plus waveguide The Earth-Ionosphere) is possible due to existing coupling between resonance circuits (Tesla Towers) and with a high efficiency factor value, yet without causing any harm to the environment.”[/quote_box_center]Examining the working principle of Tesla is an article by the two physicist describing the working principle of the transmitter in detail.

The prototype tower they will use weighs only two tons owing to advanced materials, unlike the one by Tesla on Long Island that weighed 60 tons. Their Tesla coil is estimated to be roughly 20 meters long and the team hopes to raise $800,000. This will help them build the prototype through the Indiegogo campaign that ends on the 25th of July 2014. They have already successfully raised $40,000 using crowd funding, meant for their power source research and design work. Once the tower is put into operation, the team plans to provide their results free online. The results of their work was publicly discussed at an open seminar held in the General Physics Institute of the Russian Academy of Science and was supported by the Tesla Heritage Foundation, Serbia.

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