The Father of Scalar Energy
Nikola Tesla, who was born in Yugoslavia around 1856-1857, demonstrated the existence of Scalar Energy. Tesla, who became a US citizen in 1891 carried on James Clark Maxwells work and soon began to harness Scalar Energy without using any wires. Tesla referred to this energy as standing energy or universal waves.
Nikola Tesla was an incredible inventor who also became known as the father of electricity for his work in that field. Tesla once stated that electricity is everywhere and is present in unlimited quantities. He believed that it could be used to power the machinery without the use of coal, gas, or oil.
Nikola Tesla obtained around 300 patents worldwide for his inventions. Some of Tesla’s patents are not accounted for, and various sources have discovered some that have lain hidden in patent archives. There are a minimum of 278 patents issued to Tesla in 26 countries that have been accounted for. Many of Tesla’s patents were in the United States, Britain, and Canada, but many other patents were approved in countries around the globe. Many inventions developed by Tesla were not put into patent protection.
Nikola Tesla applied a unique course of action to his inventions. He demanded perfection, and generally solved complicated design problems with fairly uncomplicated and elegant solutions. In his time he was thought to be a sort of magician, aside from an engineer, giving stunning shows of lightning and electrical energy and phenomenons of many types.
He also had an amazing mental capacity and would often create something and send it into a part of his brain, where he would leave it for a period of weeks and months. Then he would bring it forth to observe and evaluate how it looked, what parts were functioning and if anything had worn out. A true Wizard!
The Thomas Edison – Nikola Tesla rivalry lasted for many years. Often it was a case of one upm Nikola Tesla Versus Thomas Edisonanship from invention to invention. They are certainly the greatest inventors in America; likely two of the greatest ever inventors in the history of the world at least for the sheer “scope of their inventions. It is a shame that they had such personal enmity. What they could have accomplished together would have been even more incredible than what they invented apart.
It seems today almost inconceivable that Tesla a century ago succeeded to produce alternating currents of several tens of thousands cycles per second and several million volts. With these currents he experimented in his laboratory in New York and later at Colorado Springs. The results of these experiments are even today inspiring for researchers in the whole world, especially after Nikola Tesla Museum has published his “Colorado Springs Notes”.
Nikola Tesla – The Forgotten Wizard (Father Of Scalar Energy!)