Discover the ten inventions of Nikola Tesla that changed the world and that you may have used without knowing it.

This new power to drive the planetary machinery will be derived from an energy that operates in the universe, cosmic energy, whose central power on earth is the sun, but which is present everywhere in unlimited quantities.

The story of Nikola Tesla is finally beginning to attract real attention and promote serious debate, nearly 70 years after his death. Was he really a wacko or was he part of the early control-submission experiments by governments and corporations?

We know that he was undoubtedly persecuted by the leading defenders of electric power of his time, that is, Thomas Edison, who we are taught in school to revere as a genius… He was also attacked by JP Morgan and others ” captains of industry . ” for not wanting to put their technology at the service of capitalism. His vision of unlimited free energy (something he could have accomplished) came into blatant conflict with the nascent oil industry and economic interests of his day.

Maybe this clears us up a bit why Tesla is not on the cover of the science book. After Tesla’s death, on January 7, 1943, the US government moved into his laboratory and department and confiscated all of his scientific research, and to date none of these investigations have been made public.

In addition to its persecution by government corporations, Tesla’s interests had little to do with the interests of a capitalist world, of classes and policies that separate men. There is a solid indication of the integrity of Nikola Tesla – that he broke a contract with Westinghouse, which was worth billions of dollars, to save the company from paying him his huge royalty payments.

10 inventions of Nikola Tesla

But, let’s take a look at what Nikola Tesla – a man who died penniless and alone – has actually given to the world. For better or for worse, with or without credit, he changed the face of the planet in ways that perhaps no one has.

1. Alternating Current

This is where it all started, and what ultimately caused such a stir at the 1893 World Expo in Chicago. A war was later stabilized, between Edison’s vision and Tesla’s vision for how electricity is produced and distributed. The division can be summed up between costs and safety:

The direct current that Edison (backed by General Electric) had been working on was expensive over long distances, and produced dangerous sparks from the required converter (called a commutator). Still, Edison and his allies used the “dangers” of electric current to instill fear in Tesla’s alternative: Alternating Current.

As proof, Edison sometimes electrocuted animals at demonstrations, thus demonstrating the power of his invention… Consequently, Edison gave the world the electric chair, while at the same time smearing Tesla’s attempt to offer security at a lower cost.

Tesla responded by demonstrating that AC (alternating current) was perfectly safe, passing current through his own body to produce light. The Edison-Tesla (GE-Westinghouse) war culminated in 1893 after more than a decade of illicit negotiations, stolen ideas, and the suppression of patents that Edison and his monetary interests exercised on Tesla’s inventions. Yet through it all, it is Tesla’s system that provides generation and distribution in North America in our modern age.

2. Light

Of course he did not invent light itself, but what he did invent was how light can be harnessed and distributed. Tesla developed and used fluorescent bulbs in his laboratory some 40 years before industry “invented” them. At the World’s Fair, Tesla presented the creation of the first neon signs. However, it is the Tesla coil that might be the most impressive and controversial invention. The Tesla coil is certainly something that big industry suppressed: the concept that the Earth itself is a magnet that can generate electricity (electromagnetism) using frequencies as a transmitter. All that is needed at the other end is the receiver – like a radio set.

3. X-rays

Ionizing electromagnetic radiation was heavily investigated in the late 1800s, but Tesla investigated the full range. Everything from a precursor to Kirlian photography, which has the ability to document the force of life, to what is now used in medical diagnosis, this was a transformative invention of which Tesla has played a central role. X-rays, like many of Tesla’s contributions, stemmed from his belief that everything we need to understand the universe is practically around us at all times, but we have to use our minds to develop the real world. and devices to increase our innate perception of existence.

4. Radio

Guglielmo Marconi was initially credited, and most believe that he is the inventor of radio to this day. However, the Supreme Court struck down Marconi’s patent in 1943, when it was found that Tesla invented radio in years before Marconi. Radio signals are just another frequency that a transmitter and receiver need, which Tesla also demonstrated in 1893 during a presentation at the National Electric Light Association.

In 1897 Tesla applied for two US patents 645,576 and 649,621. In 1904, however, the US Patent Office reversed its decision, awarding Marconi a patent for the invention of radio, possibly influenced by Marconi’s financial backers in the States, which included Thomas Edison and Andrew Carnegie. This also allowed the US government (among others) to avoid having to pay the fees that were being claimed by Tesla.


5. Remote Control

Tesla Patented this invention (No. 613809) in 1898. A remote control or remote control is an electronic device used to perform a remote operation (or remote control) on a machine. One of the first examples of remote control (remote control in Spain) was developed in 1893 by Nikola Tesla and described in his patent number 613809, entitled Method of an apparatus for the control mechanism of a vehicle or vehicles in motion.

6. Electric motor

The technical specifications are beyond the scope of this summary, suffice it to say that Tesla’s invention of an electric motor with rotating magnetic fields could have liberated humanity long before the dominance of Big Oil. However, its invention in 1930, succumbed due to the economic crisis and the world war that followed. This invention has fundamentally changed the landscape of what we now take for granted: industrial fans, home appliances, water pumps, machines, power tools, disk drives, electric wrist watches, and compressors.

7. Robotics

Tesla’s scientific mind led him to the idea that all living things are nothing more than driven by external impulses. Tesla claimed that these human replicas must have limitations – namely, growth and spread. His visions for a future full of smart cars, robotics, the use of sensors, and autonomous systems are detailed in a must-read entry in the Serbian Journal of Electrical Engineering 2006 (PDF) ( English ).

8. Laser

the invention of the laser may be one of the best examples of good and evil linked to each other, within the mind of man. Lasers have undoubtedly transformed surgical applications in beneficial ways, and have given rise to most of our current digital media. However, with this leap in innovation, they have crossed over from earth to science fiction and thus have been used in both ways, as weapons of destruction as well.

9 and 10. Wireless Communications and unlimited energy Free

These two are inextricably linked. – What good is energy if it cannot be measured and controlled? Can it be Free? !Never! This can be deduced from how the canons of current power precede. JP Morgan supported Tesla with $ 150,000 to build a tower that used the natural frequencies of our universe to transmit data, including a wide range of information communicated through images, voice messages and text.

But Tesla was not willing to move his invention towards a capitalist system, so it was abandoned by JP Morgan. His invention represented the world of wireless communications in the first place, but it also meant that, beyond the cost of the tower itself, the universe was filled with free, free energy that could be used to form a global network and connect all of them. people everywhere, as well as allowing people to harness the free energy around them. Nikola Tesla dedicated himself to empowering people to receive and transmit this data for virtually free. But we know the end of that story … until now.

The release of Nikola Tesla’s scientific and technical research – and specifically his research on electricity harnessing the ionosphere in a facility called Wardenclyffe – is a necessary step towards true freedom of information. Please share this information with people as much as possible.

By Dr. Eric Jackson

Dr. Eric Jackson provides primary Internal Medicine care for men and women and treats patients with bone and mineral diseases, diabetes, heart conditions, and other chronic illnesses.He is a Washington University Bone Health Program physician and is a certified Bone Densitometrist. Dr. Avery is consistently recognized in "The Best Doctors in America" list.

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