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Wardenclyffe Tower

Is there any possibility that electric cars could be supplied power using Tesla's Wardenclyffe Tower? This would eliminate recharging and make the range infinate. We could charge subscriptions to pay for the towers.
Just wondered if this could work.
Jack

Timo | September 12, 2012

No.

Inefficient, expensive, etc. etc. etc.

Wireless charging is possible, but Tesla "free energy" Tower is not free energy and is far from being efficient enough to be useful. That's like asking if Wright Brothers plane could be used for transatlantic flights.

DTimeLord1967 | October 5, 2015

Timo | SEPTEMBER 12, 2012
No.

Inefficient, expensive, etc. etc. etc.

Wireless charging is possible, but Tesla "free energy" Tower is not free energy and is far from being efficient enough to be useful. That's like asking if Wright Brothers plane could be used for transatlantic flights.

..... And; just like the "Wright Brothers", you got to start somewhere. With that being said; the science/physics of flight, must require the proper materials, and the proper placement of those materials, to achieve the maximum efficiency of man-made flight. So, Timo; such as what we know as powered flight, and where it started; "Wireless Power" rediscovered in the 21st century; (where it is desperately needed), in small applications, and experimentation; is surely justified, as the Genesis of a revolution in alternative energy. The "practical" expectations of Tesla's Wardenclyffe generator, have not been seen yet in fruition. So, give it time; hopefully this one will not take 50 to 100 years to make it so.

Timo | October 5, 2015

Wardenclyffe tower is Wright Brothers flyer. You can't make it magically better unless you completely change everything in it. And I mean everything starting from the fact that it is a tower.

This is a problem with Tesla nuts, they don't understand that we now know more than Tesla ever did, and have already proven that many of the Tesla assumptions were simply wrong.

Ø | October 6, 2015

Nikola says so.........

Dramsey | October 6, 2015

Nikola also fell in love with a pigeon. Sadly, your father did not.

Darko | October 7, 2015

In his papers Tesla was mentioning 1-2 KW of power available at any destination point; also a ground connection is required for the receiving device - in case of a car, it would be almost impossible; so even theoretically, this would not work...

georgehawley.fl.us | October 8, 2015

I'm sorry, @jack and @Dramsey, I had to laugh, despite the nasty, misanthropic implication. I am so old that I thought it was spelled "pidgeon". :-))

Ø | October 13, 2015

A pigeon doesn't Prove anything

Ø | October 13, 2015

For your information, this dude explains everything.

Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=swi5R1VwxLw

Dramsey | October 13, 2015

Ah, well known new-age physics crackpot (and convicted plagiarist) Dan Winter explains things. Well, gotta believe Dan Winter!

Oh wait...I don't. Because I'm not a gullible, ignorant fool.

(It's fun that Phi thinks that Tesla's whacko ideas, unproven after a century of effort, are the Revealed Truth, but when I point out this same genius honestly believed he could talk to pigeons, it "doesn't prove anything." Love that cognitive dissonance you got going there, kid.)

Ø | October 14, 2015

jack....u r correct

http://www.nyhetsspeilet.no/2015/10/garantert-3-enkle-steg-til-fri-energi/

Free energy...

2,3 kW out of the box :-)

So to the big question, but than you may need to get one by yourself, in the real flesh so to speak.

Than start to use it, on a day to day basis, before you do so, you are not in a position to prove this wrong.

Dramsey | October 14, 2015

Free energy can be obtained forever by the first person to smash Phi's hands with baseball bats so he's unable to post here any more. Cutting his fingers off with bolt cutters will work, too.

Unless you try it, you are not in a position to prove this wrong.

Timo | October 15, 2015

Same post elsewhere, so I post same answer:

Keshe Foundation. Fraudster and scam-artist. I wonder why that guy isn't behind the bars yet.

That site OP linked has articles about crop circles and lizard men and that stuff. IE. site for nutjobs.

Timo | October 15, 2015

OP meaning Phi. Should have fixed the copy & paste.