+612 9045 4394
The Fantastic Inventions of Nikola Tesla : The Lost Science Series - Nikola Tesla

The Fantastic Inventions of Nikola Tesla

The Lost Science Series

Paperback Published: 1st August 1993
ISBN: 9780932813190
Number Of Pages: 352

Share This Book:


RRP $33.95
In Stock
Enter an Australian post code for delivery estimate

Nikola Tesla's Electricity Unplugged is a unique anthology of hand-picked Tesla articles, arranged historically, which presents overwhelming and convincing evidence for the reality of Tesla's high efficiency, low cost wireless power transmission. Following in the footsteps of the editor's first book in the series, Harnessing the Wheelwork of Nature, Dr. Tom Valone's book chronologically traces the original intention that Nikola Tesla had for his wireless electricity and how he updated and expanded upon it later on, with reprints of his key articles, to the recent genius engineers and physicists who are now finally bringing this last and most elusive, highly advanced Tesla technology into reality. The Corum article (along with the Peterson article) on the Zenneck wave transmission experiments culminates the viewpoints of all of the book's contributors. Its purposeful placement as the last chapter of the book, is because this exclusive article publication is a major scientific breakthrough, as testified by the book's endorsement from Brigadier General Michael Miller, and foretells the understandable, visionary road to the corporate formation of wireless power utilities. Furthermore, this is the first and only book in the world which explains how an electromagnetic wave traveling across the electrically conductive surface of the earth, was predicted by Tesla and Zenneck (two pictures in the book show them together on pages 74 and 381) and why it is the essential missing link of any Tesla wireless transmission theory. Many of the contributors also nicely explain the "surface wave phenomenon" as well as "resonant earth-ionosphere" modes of electrical transmission without wires that compliments the surface wave theory and experiment. Nikola Tesla's Electricity Unplugged therefore is a treasure compared to any other Tesla reference book currently in print, since it is jam-packed with personal stories of Tesla, such as one reprinted from the prestigious Smithsonian magazine, along with great illustrated slideshows adapted for the book format, the "secret" history of Tesla's wireless, the real Tesla electric car, high Q resonant power transfer examples being used today by Qualcomm, "Tesla unplugged" explained in an easy-to-understand presentation by a Brookhaven National Lab scientist, wireless electricity article based on scalar waves, even including a couple amazing rigorous equation articles with wireless solutions for the tech audience, a unique and evocative Foreword by Nikola Tesla's last living direct descendant, all presented in a 457-page paperback book, suitable as a college or high school reader, or simply as an eye-opening, optimistic window onto the electrical genius regarded as the "Master of Lightning," with a priceless collection of nineteen (19) contributors not available anywhere else.

Industry Reviews

Heavily illustrated book on Tesla

First Biographical Sketch (1891)p. 7
The First Patents (1886 to 1888)p. 17
Experiments With Alternate Currents Of High Potential and High Frequency (1891)p. 39
More Patents (1889 to 1900)p. 187
Transmission of Electric Energy Without Wires (1904)p. 219
Tesla's Amazing Death-Rayp. 247
The Most Unusual Inventionsp. 273
The Last Patents (1913 to 1928)p. 285
Tesla and the Pyramids of Marsp. 289
Supreme Court documents on The Dismantling of Wardenclyffe Towerp. 301
A list of Tesla books in print (and out of print)p. 349
Table of Contents provided by Syndetics. All Rights Reserved.

ISBN: 9780932813190
ISBN-10: 0932813194
Series: The Lost Science Series
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 352
Published: 1st August 1993
Publisher: Adventures Unlimited Press
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.86 x 15.24  x 2.54
Weight (kg): 0.5