Nikola Tesla received his patent 1900 for the wireless transmission of energy and founded the science of the 21st century so that the idea of wireless technology as wireless and targeted delivery of information the free energy and the State of science free energy exists this opinion. But what is it really? To counter a kind and wise, the conventional types of electricity generation? This opinion was Nikola Tesla (1856-1943) certainly. To read more click here: Dermot McCormack. “The stand of the 21st century is that it is free energy” is the so-called zero-point energy. It is this energy fluctuations in a vacuum that may arise by chance. “Vacuum” a spatial area is meant here, which is nothing “is. This can happen either in space (one proton per cubic centimeter, which has no statistical relevance here is the adopted particle density of the interstellar medium) or on the Earth – in an artificial vacuum, so a room from the technical Way all particles have been removed. Air was pumped out thereby.
These voltage fluctuations can be determined in measurements and not depend generator a free energy. Conversely formulated: the randomness of this occurring voltage fluctuations has it neither researchers nor power companies has made possible, to be able to use this form of energy for generating electricity. There also no vacuum is on the Earth’s atmosphere, so the so described free energy from Earth-powered plants is not freely available. Free energy or zero point energy there certainly, but to demonstrate whether and to what extent this could be harnessed by the world community, should many vacuum scopes are created by great effort. The State of the art is that solar energy can provide the most efficient form of electricity but currently. Tesla’s ideas, patents and attempts of Nikola Tesla received his patent 1900 for the wireless transmission of energy and thus justified the idea of wireless technology as wireless and targeted Transmission of information; Guglielmo Marconi received the patent of the Telegraph in the same year and was the first transatlantic radio link between Europe and North America.