Wardenclyffe Tower aka Tesla Tower

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Feb 20, 2014
 
If I financed the building of a Tesla Tower in the middle of Utica. Would that be legal? Im not really sure with this city's laws. Either way, everyone 2 miles from the tower in all directions will have free power. Yes it can be done, I just need to make sure its legal.
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Feb 20, 2014
 
First off, you'll need a permit. Lots of luck there. They won't have any idea who he was, or believe it possible.. You and I are probably the only ones knowledgeable of him and his theories. He was going for the entire world though, not just a 2 mile radius.
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Feb 21, 2014
 

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Johnson Park....Imagine the heads that would explode if cornhill received free renewable electricity.
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Telsa had a great mind, but the theory was just that. He did think of wireless communication , but transmitting power is a dream
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Feb 21, 2014
 
Physics wrote:
Telsa had a great mind, but the theory was just that. He did think of wireless communication , but transmitting power is a dream
i think you are wrong. His theories have been proven to work. But don't fret because big energy companies will not allow any of his tower electric ideas to be placed into action
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No big energy would embrace it. The last thing a utility company wants to do is string powerlines to the off takers . It's a dream. Telsa was a genius and if it could be done Edison or Westinghouse would've paid for it. Instead he sought capital from people that just knew he was smart but not very practical,
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Feb 21, 2014
 
Physics wrote:
No big energy would embrace it. The last thing a utility company wants to do is string powerlines to the off takers . It's a dream. Telsa was a genius and if it could be done Edison or Westinghouse would've paid for it. Instead he sought capital from people that just knew he was smart but not very practical,
. And your information. Comes from what source? Edison played dirty. Read up on it and you will be surprised.

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Feb 21, 2014
 
Physics wrote:
No big energy would embrace it. The last thing a utility company wants to do is string powerlines to the off takers . It's a dream. Telsa was a genius and if it could be done Edison or Westinghouse would've paid for it. Instead he sought capital from people that just knew he was smart but not very practical,
This argument would make sense if this information was only available in this country. What would prevent other countries from capitalizing on this? Why is it that no other country on earth has given this a try. Surely the utility companies in the US are not controlling foreign countries from developing this technology. Russia, Korea, China, wouldn't they be willing to invest in technology that would give them a competitive edge over us? I don't get it.
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My information comes from degrees in electrical engineering and applied mathematics . Edison was a business man first. He had Telsa and many others working for him. Not all good ideas work.

Of course Edison and Westinghouse played dirty, so did every other robber baron. Jobs , Gates, Mellon, Carnegie, Rockefeller, etal.

What Edison did was genius. He came up with a way to charge people, the meter.

If you were to read about Telsa, you'd find that he was a brilliant theoretical scientist , and yet a terrible finisher. He died insane and broke.
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And which theories are they? By work you mean what ? What is the net gain ?
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Physics wrote:
My information comes from degrees in electrical engineering and applied mathematics . Edison was a business man first. He had Telsa and many others working for him. Not all good ideas work.
Of course Edison and Westinghouse played dirty, so did every other robber baron. Jobs , Gates, Mellon, Carnegie, Rockefeller, etal.
What Edison did was genius. He came up with a way to charge people, the meter.
If you were to read about Telsa, you'd find that he was a brilliant theoretical scientist , and yet a terrible finisher. He died insane and broke.
Whose degrees? That on top of your Civil Engineer degree at $265,000.00 a year? You read the wrong article.

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