- ISBN 9781931882040 / 1931882045
- Title Harnessing the Wheelwork of Nature: Tesla’s Science of Energy
- Author Thomas Valone
- Category Popular Science
Alternative & Renewable Energy Sources & Technology
- Format Paperback
- Year 2002
- Pages 288
- Publisher Adventures Unlimited Press
- Imprint Adventures Unlimited Press
- Language English
- Dimensions 155mm x 19mm x 228mm
The amazing inventions of Nikolas Tesla over 100 years ago—including wireless communication, radio, fluorescent lights, and more—are explored in this collection of ideas envisoned by the famous Serbian-American inventor on the coming world of super-science. 56 illustrations.
A compilation of essays, papers and technical briefings on the emerging Tesla Technology and Zero Point Energy engineering that will soon change the entire way we live. Physicist and author Dr Valone compiles this highly illustrated, fascinating and technical volume on the coming world of super-science envisioned by Tesla over 100 years ago! Chapters include: Tesla: Scientific Superman who Launched the Westinghouse Industrial Firm by John Shatlan; Nikola Tesla Electricity's Hidden Genius; Tesla's History at Niagara Falls; Non-Hertzian Waves: True Meaning of the Wireless Transmission of Power; On the Transmission of Electricity Without Wires by Nikola Tesla; Tesla's Magnifying Transmitter; Tesla's Self-Sustaining Electrical Generator and the Ether; Self-Sustaining Non-Hertzian Longitudinal Waves; Modification of Maxwell's Equations in Free Space...Scalar Electromagnetic Waves; Disclosures Concerning Tesla's Operation of an ELF Oscillator; A Study of Tesla's Advanced Concepts and Glossary of Tesla Technology Terms; Electric Weather Forces: Tesla's Vision by Charles Yost; The New Art of Projecting Concentrated Non-Dispersive Energy Through Natural Media; The Homopolar Generator: Tesla's Contribution; Tesla's Ioniser and Ozonator: Implications for Indoor Air Pollution; How Cosmic Forces Shape Our Destiny; Tesla's Death Ray plus Selected Tesla Patents.
“A welcome addition to the Tesla bookshelf...” — Nexus, February 2003.