Energy is God gift and belong to everyone, everywhere! That’s the free energy idea originated from Nikola Tesla’s Tesla coil concept that republished in 3D animation by The Art Institute of Philadelphia, exposing the possibility of free energy for everyone, everywhere.


The idea is to utilize a regular 120Volt electricity power from normal power outlet and transform it into 20,000 Volt capacity in the primary coil and further convert the energy into electromagnetic waves and send into the secondary coil to generate more than 200,000 Volt of electricity and release the free energy into the air.


Nikola Tesla: Inventions In Three-Dimensions from The Tesla Science Foundation on Vimeo.

The Tesla coil is one of Nikola Tesla’s most famous inventions. It is essentially a high-frequency air-core transformer. It takes the output from a 120vAC to several kilovolt transformer & driver circuit and steps it up to an extremely high voltage. Voltages can get to be well above 1,000,000 volts and are discharged in the form of electrical arcs.

Tesla himself got arcs up to 100,000,000 volts, but I don’t think that has been duplicated by anybody else. Tesla coils are unique in the fact that they create extremely powerful electrical fields. Large coils have been known to wirelessly light up florescent lights up to 50 feet away, and because of the fact that it is an electric field that goes directly into the light and doesn’t use the electrodes, even burned-out florescent lights will glow.


Made a presumption that there should be no war in the future where energy is in abundance for everyone, everywhere! At least that solve the energy crisis problem, would be wonderful if there are also great ideas for solving the food, healthy water and land crisis problems, don’t you agree?

This is probably the most astounding video about how energy generation should evolve in near future.

[ Source: Gizmodo ; Vimeo via Kuriositas ; Beembee ;  The Art Insititute of Philadelphia ; Tesladownunder ; Talk Like A Physicist ; Tesla Society New York ]