RUSSIAN PHYSICISTS BUILD THE TESLA TOWER THAT WILL PROVIDE FREE ENERGY FOR THE ENTIRE PLANET
A RT team spoke with the two Russian physicists who are trying to replicate the legendary Wardenclyffe Tower, which was created at the beginning of the 20th century by the great Nikola Tesla, to generate clean energy that will be sent wirelessly.
Nikola Tesla said: “It will be the most intense emotion for an inventor to see how one of his creations works” Is one of the most famous phrases in the physics of Nikola Tesla (1856 – 1943)? For some, the greatest inventor in the history of mankind.
HE MADE THIS STATEMENT
After seeing that many of his projects were realized, perhaps the most important of them was not so lucky. The Wardenclyffe tower, also known as the Tesla tower, was built near the island of Manhattan (USA)
At the beginning of the 20th century, but it was not completed for reasons unknown until now.
It is stated that its closure was due to financial problems. According to Tesla’s theories, this project could be the most efficient system in the world for the production and transmission of electricity.
Now Russian physicists Leonid and Sergey Plekhanov propose to implement this project, using contemporary technology.
IMAGINE THE POSSIBILITY
To place solar panels at a distance of 100,000 kilometers in the Sahara and build an industrial high-voltage transmission tower there. Enough to supply the world with energy.
We could forget about service stations, coal plants, nuclear power plants, “said the Plekhanov brothers.
Serguei and Leonid wish to develop an experimental laboratory to demonstrate that the Tesla project is possible. But for the scale of the prototype, $ 800,000 is needed.
Given the size of the figure, a crowdfunding campaign was launched through the Internet to raise funds.
In Russia, experiments or practices related to energy are not new.
In the 1980s, the Soviet state built a tower to channel the electrical rays generated in the storms and, therefore, can analyze their impact.
According to Russian physicists “the deserts of the planet receive from the sun in six hours the same energy that the world needs during a year”.
According to the authors of the design, the modern version of Wardenclyffe, will transmit energy through the Earth at any distance of the planet, which will help solve many technological problems.