This is a demonstration of the proper use of a Tesla coil, as a electrostatic transformer, converting high voltage static into usable AC. current.
MrTeslonian (1 год назад)
I have been busy mapping the natural magnetic flows on land and in the sky
and their corresponding electron flows and ion flows from incoming solar
radiation, and dark lightning events. Think of the invisible surface the
clouds all ride on ( if you look at the bottom of storm clouds you will
notice that they all flatten out on a invisible layer or surface) this
surface is one plate of a capacitor the positive charge the other is the
surface of the earth the negative charge, as these two plates charge they
build up enough current to bridge the dielectric or kapa of the air and a
lightning bolt is created completing the circuit helping dissipate the over
abundance of charge.
Now the rivers of the world hold a key to why this current is created, a
river is a condensing point for things like magnetite, hematite, pyrite and
conductors like gold,silver,copper and iron. The mineral material under the
flowing water of a river is in motion and because of it's highly
concentrated lines of magnetic and conductive materials it is a moving
magnetic field, with a moving conductor (water) right above it. So any time
you have a magnetic field running one way there is a electric field running
the opposite direction. Now all rivers on earth head towards the ocean,
which is a giant salt water battery and the surface of it holds an
I guess the rest is simple physics so there is a constantly moving magnetic
field heading into the ocean from every river on earth and the water both
in the river and in the ocean is a conductor, so physics says to create
electricity all we need is a conductor a magnetic field and motion, all
three are present naturally. This is what has kept me from making any new
I am attempting to harness this naturally moving conductor and magnetic
field flow, if I am successful we may be able to build dams that no longer
impede the natural flow of the water, and will be for the most part hidden
from view and no longer an eye sore on our natural landscapes.
TRAVELWP (8 дн. назад)
When you say you have useable electricity, I wonder if there is enough to
light a tiny light bulb or an LED bulb?
Carl Williams (1 месяц назад)
Morpher44 (7 мес. назад)
Also, I wonder if your spark-gap to tesla coil should have sharp points
rather than round-sphere balls. Tesla did a lot of writing on this. If your
intention is to attract the spark discharge, then use a sharp-point ala
Benjamin Franklin's lightning Rod. Tesla has a patent where he IMPROVES
Franklin's lightning rod by making it so that it safely discharges currents
rather than ATTRACTING lighting -- like Ben Franklin's design. I think
Tesla was trying to tell us something here with respect to "spheres" versus
"points" for spark-gaps. Fun stuff.
Vladimir Nachev (1 месяц назад)
SO does that mean that if I put an high DC current through a tesla coil
I'll get my full current back and the nearly equal AC volts as a bonus from
the antenna ? shouldn't you be using an iron top instead of aluminium?
Lifesavrdwd (2 мес. назад)
Who I found your site here and Iove what you are doing!! Thanks
Semicon07 (3 мес. назад)
very interesting experiment. I think that this is one example of a
practical use of a Tesla coil, however I'm pretty confident that there are
others. One that I have been thinking of for a while is using multiple
Tesla coils to generate a strong electromagnetic field that can be used for
a type of radiation shielding? not sure that it is 100% possible.....
Tedtw (6 мес. назад)
One thing that you are doing is somewhat unique, is using the Tesla coil in
reverse. That should allow your secondary coil on the Tesla coil to develop
some usable current from the high voltage discharges when the voltage is
stepped down by the Tesla coil.
Fabrizio Ricciarelli (5 мес. назад)
MrTeslonian, please, give an answer to this (also in private if you
prefer): given 20 KiloVolts/10 milli Amps of spark @1 KHz, how many
turns/wire size do I have to wind for the secondary coil (the one with many
turns) and how many for the secondary to obtain 220V/10A of AC? Thank you
so much...I have a small idea in mind ;-)
Etienne Aelian (8 мес. назад)
100k+ views,no rating bar, no negative comments, sounds like
Hi li (4 мес. назад)
>_> if your goal is high voltage, disconnect the "secondary" coil. Moving
from many tight windings to few large windings changes voltage to current.
If you just want high voltage AC just plug into your primary coil.
Depending on how much voltage you're putting into your tesla coil from the
Van De graft, the self-inductance of the Tesla Coil (depending on how it's
tuned) should blow the voltage off the charts.
I think you're really doing this backwards..
John Kerley (5 мес. назад)
High resistance in the discharge path of the capacitor will cause the
capacitor to drain slowly somewhat like a battery.
Patriotgal1 (6 мес. назад)
Nice stuff- but I don't think it would be healthy to have all that current
running all around us, all the time! This seems analogous to a more
powerful cellular telephone, constantly surrounding us. I know that I
don't want to live in such a place! NOT to knock Tesla- he MADE the "20th
Century" possible. I'm working on a steam-driven Tesla Turbine myself,
powered by the hot sun of the high desert, concentrated by second-surface
mirrors covering a 12' diameter fiberglass parabolic dish w/a "clock
drive". Keep on playing- no telling what is still undiscovered out there!
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