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Cavity

Thickness (Km)

35 S h 1 30 '

("greater than S Km"

labour 20 Km"

— "A Physical Interpretation of the Colorado Springs Data," Proceedings of the Tesla Centennial Symposium, 1904.

labour 20 Km"

— "A Physical Interpretation of the Colorado Springs Data," Proceedings of the Tesla Centennial Symposium, 1904.

Figure 5

Figure 5

The sequence of events following the emission of pulses at the North Pole.

(b) The propagating disturbance 0.0444 seconds later.

(c) The propagating pulse refocuses at the antipode at t = 0.08737 seconds.

(d) The pulse energy propagates northward and is at the position shown, now called V, at t = 1f7.5 seconds. At this same instant pulse #2 is emitted at the source.

(e) An intermediate time after pulse #2 going southward has passed pulse #1' going northward.

(f) At t = 0.21824 seconds, pulse #1' is refocused at the North Pole, having completed a terrestrial circuit. This is exactly 0,08484 seconds after putse #2 was transmitted. Pulse #2 is shown on its southward journey.

One would, of course, employ a PRF equal to the resonant frequency of the cavity for a maximum response. It is tacitly assumed that the resonator system is linear.

—"The Transient Propagation of ELF Pulses tn The Earth-Ionosphere Cavity," J ,F. Corum and A. Aidinejad. Paper delivered to the 1986 International Tesla Symposium

We now turn to a description of the methods to be used to build, as Dr. Tesla did in 1899, a cavity resonator for the wireless transmission of electrical power.

Renewable Energy

Renewable Energy

Renewable energy is energy that is generated from sunlight, rain, tides, geothermal heat and wind. These sources are naturally and constantly replenished, which is why they are deemed as renewable.

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