Introduction to Teslas Science of Energy

Tesla Wireless Electricity

It is a great privilege to present this amazing collection of seminal articles, some of which have never been published before, on Nikola Tesla's science of energy. As I'm finishing my Ph.D. thesis on utilizing zero point energy, I realized that Tesla probably acknowledged the same energy reservoir when he referred to harnessing the very wheelwork of nature.1 The visionary scientists who have contributed to this anthology offer a collective argument of what Tesla meant by that phrase. Tesla...

Teslas Self Sustaining Electrical Generator

Hendershot Generator

Adapted from Proceedings of the Tesla Centennial Symposium, 1984 Abstract Before the discovery of the electron, the principle theory used to describe the electrical activity was that of the ether. At the turn of this century, the ether theory in use by science was a remnant of the concept common in western thought for several centuries. This situation favored the rise of atomic theory. This change in scientific paradigm requires a translation from 19th century terminology into 20th century...

The True Meaning of Wireless Transmission of Power

Fritz Lowenstein

Reprinted from Tesla A Journal of Modern Science, 1997 Abstract Many researchers have speculated on the meaning of the phrase non-Hertzian waves as used by Dr. Nikola Tesla.1 Dr. Tesla first began to use this term in the mid 1890's in order to explain his proposed system for the wireless transmission of electrical power. In fact, it was not until the distinction between the method that Heinrich Hertz was using and the system Dr. Tesla had designed, that Dr. Tesla was able to receive the...