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Did Nikola Tesla really discover free energy?

Postby Scepcop » 03 Nov 2009, 01:48

Did Nikola Tesla really discover a way to harness free energy? If so, was it covered up by powerful interests (for obvious reasons) because the world wasn't ready for such a discovery? Or is that just a "theory"? The articles I've seen say different things.

Anyone do any research on this?

Also, is it true that Einstein invented an invisibility machine (cloaking device), but then decided that it would do more harm than good so he scrapped it?

I think in concept, it wouldn't be that hard to create an invisibility suit. You just need an aparatus that has a camera behind you that takes a picture of what's behind you and places it in front of you. So why hasn't it been invented?
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Re: Did Nikola Tesla really invent free energy?

Postby NinjaPuppy » 03 Nov 2009, 03:54

Scepcop wrote:I think in concept, it wouldn't be that hard to create an invisibility suit. You just need an aparatus that has a camera behind you that takes a picture of what's behind you and places it in front of you. So why hasn't it been invented?


They're probably still trying to figure out who is going to get the credit for it and what price they're going to charge. :lol:
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Re: Did Nikola Tesla really invent free energy?

Postby brett » 03 Nov 2009, 03:58



close but no cigar ;)
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Re: Did Nikola Tesla really invent free energy?

Postby ciscop » 03 Nov 2009, 06:39

Scepcop wrote:Did Nikola Tesla really discover a way to harness free energy? If so, was it covered up by powerful interests (for obvious reasons) because the world wasn't ready for such a discovery? Or is that just a "theory"? The articles I've seen say different things.

Anyone do any research on this?

Also, is it true that Einstein invented an invisibility machine (cloaking device), but then decided that it would do more harm than good so he scrapped it?

I think in concept, it wouldn't be that hard to create an invisibility suit. You just need an aparatus that has a camera behind you that takes a picture of what's behind you and places it in front of you. So why hasn't it been invented?


Einstein invented a invisibility machine?
wow... you really dont care about spreading rumours and not backing up your claims right?

and as brett stated, the invisibility clock already exists.. (kind of)

and Free Energy or non stop machines
are just another scam, but hey.. scammers will keep existing if there is enought uninformed and ignorant people believing their claims
i remember reading an article about this topic.. one constant they do have is they pretty much all use magnets.. but still that energy gets lost with time
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Re: Did Nikola Tesla really invent free energy?

Postby WhiteTiger » 03 Nov 2009, 11:01

Yes, Tesla invented a free energy machine, and the records of the patent are readily available. As patented, the yield is low but steady, but it is indeed free energy. Essentially what he patented is a ground based version of what is now known as an EMF tether, such as the one that failed to properly deploy during testing from the space shuttle.

There has grown up a whole mythos of Tesla running a car on "free energy", but all of the stories seem to fade into nothing when one tries to track them to their source.

The "invisibility cloak" has been done many times, mostly by the japanese who seem to be as enamored of the idea as they are of humaniform robots such as Asimo. None of the publicly recorded "invisibility" mechanisms is all that effective but each successive version seems a bit more refined.



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Re: Did Nikola Tesla really invent free energy?

Postby WhiteTiger » 03 Nov 2009, 11:08

ciscop wrote:Free Energy or non stop machines
are just another scam


Pretty sweeping statement there ciscop. Can you back that one up, since you expect others to support their claims? Or is it just a case of you don't know about it, so it doesn't exist?



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Re: Did Nikola Tesla really invent free energy?

Postby ciscop » 03 Nov 2009, 12:25

WhiteTiger wrote:
ciscop wrote:Free Energy or non stop machines
are just another scam


Pretty sweeping statement there ciscop. Can you back that one up, since you expect others to support their claims? Or is it just a case of you don't know about it, so it doesn't exist?



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nah it was just a generalization
i will have to dig up
to get that link
i remember reading about it on JREF about the last one
a guy did a non stop machine and then asked for investors
anybody else remember that?
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Re: Did Nikola Tesla really invent free energy?

Postby brett » 03 Nov 2009, 14:51

( drifts in to CT mode here ) - well i suppose it IS possible that an over unity or whatever machine has been developed - if you go to bills site you will find LOTS of stuff about them and many other strange designs - BUT do any of you seriously think that IF some one came up with a VIABLE FE machine , that it would not be hushed up - closed down - bought out ,exploited by , etc by the vested interests of the energy cartels ??

back in the early 60" when petrol was five bob ( shillings ) a gallon here in the UK ,my late father ,who always moaned about the price of it :roll: - related the following anecdote to me , apparently a friend of his acquaintance had developed some sort of "stock cube " that when added to ordinary water would run a car ( this was in the days before urban legends where invented mind ) - and according to him the petrol companies had tried to "buy " the invention , but the chap seeing the potential had held out for a bigger pay out , and had then "mysteriously " disappeared , never to be heard of again

he always swore this to be a true story , so may be the way to ultimate riches ( or a swift demise ?? ) IS to invent a viable FE concept and sit back and wait for the cartels to beat a path to your door ??? :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: Did Nikola Tesla really invent free energy?

Postby WhiteTiger » 03 Nov 2009, 15:55

What I find really amusing about these discussions is the knee jerk dismissal of "free energy" machines by the skeptics/debunkers, when such machines have been known and in daily use for centuries.

The windmill for instance dates back to around the 10th century IIRC. Most forms of solar, wind and water power qualify as free energy devices, since they produce useful energy without the need of supplying an input once the hardware is manufactured and in place.

Even the most whacked out "inventors" of over unity machines for the most part claim to be making use of some as yet untapped source of energy already present in the environment, be it the much touted ZPE or some hairbrained scheme for transforming matter into energy by means other than combustion, fission or fusion.

"Free energy" machines are all around us in this techno-culture, so sneering at the term itself seems quite the ignorant pursuit, imo.



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Re: Did Nikola Tesla really invent free energy?

Postby brett » 03 Nov 2009, 19:14

very true WT - now if we could get the hardware for free ............................................... ;) :lol: ;)
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Re: Did Nikola Tesla really invent free energy?

Postby SeanRMR » 03 Nov 2009, 20:07

Umm wind and solar don't have no input after you set up the hardwarethe supplied input is wind and light. So no they don't quallify as free energy machines. Just because people go round claiming this stuff happens. Why is it always the backyard scientist orsomeone from some small european country who then mysteriously vannishes. There are other companies other then oil companies that would love to have this all to themselves. Imagine a car company like the one that produces tesla roadsters getting hold of this. They'd have a killing edge against all other cars.

Now for the other consipracy of the evil NWO from scepcop to be the reason.
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Re: Did Nikola Tesla really invent free energy?

Postby Scepcop » 03 Nov 2009, 21:57

brett wrote:

close but no cigar ;)


Why don't people wear those in public?

They'd be great for halloween.

I don't think they'd allow invisibility suits to become available on the market. People would use them for evil, not good. ;)

Think of what thieves and rapists could do with invisibility suits, or other criminals.
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Re: Did Nikola Tesla really invent free energy?

Postby Scepcop » 03 Nov 2009, 22:01

Will you skeptics admit that the energy cartels are behind the suppression of battery powered cars? That technology has existed for a long time you know. They can even now run cars on water, believe it or not.

Why are skeptics denying everything, including the most obvious things?
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Re: Did Nikola Tesla really invent free energy?

Postby NinjaPuppy » 03 Nov 2009, 22:03

Scepcop wrote:Why don't people wear those in public?

They'd be great for halloween.

I don't think they'd allow invisibility suits to become available on the market. People would use them for evil, not good. ;)

Think of what thieves and rapists could do with invisibility suits, or other criminals.

First reason, they'd get knocked on their butts because they would not be so visible in public. Next, they'd get walked on and hurt or worse, create a major pile up on the sidewalk as people tripped over them.

From the criminal aspect, it would be good for a mask to hide your face but why spend money when a ski mask will do the same thing?
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Re: Did Nikola Tesla really invent free energy?

Postby NinjaPuppy » 03 Nov 2009, 22:18

Scepcop wrote:Will you skeptics admit that the energy cartels are behind the suppression of battery powered cars? That technology has existed for a long time you know. They can even now run cars on water, believe it or not.

Why are skeptics denying everything, including the most obvious things?

I will agree with you that the good ol boys sure don't care to see alternate technology take the nation by storm any time too soon. This little problem can be very easily bought to their attention by the average American. It's called get your fat butt out there and walk and stop buying into the hype that you have to drive around in style to be important. Try an evening in as a family instead of 4 people jumping in their cars every night to go to the mall or the bar or to a friends house. Americans seem to use cars as an escape rather than basic transportation from point 'A' to point 'B'.

As a nation, we are some real spoiled brats.
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