Free Energy

The Tunguska Explosion

In the 1880's, Nikola Tesla invented the alternating current system we use today. By the 1890's, he was working on a new type of electrical generator that would not "consume any fuel." In my first paper, prepared for the 1991 Intersociety Energy Conversion Engineering Conference, documents where in his writings the description of this new generator is found, a theory of how a fuelless generator could work and a suggestion as to how Tesla's new device might have operated.

The second paper, for the 1993 IECEC, argues that the fuelless generator follows the Second Law of Thermodynamics, that it is not an "over unity" device putting out more energy that it takes in. It is a device that performs little physical work and expends little energy.

The third paper looks at the many references Tesla made to the use of his wireless power transmission technology as a directed energy weapon. These statements are examined in their relationship to the Tunguska explosion of 1908 which may have been a test firing of Tesla's energy weapon.

Tesla's Fuelless Generator
Physics of the Fuelless Generator
Tesla Wireless and the Tunguska Explosion

Copies of these papers, with complete illustrations, and other articles on Tesla, including a reproduction of the letter in which Tesla claims the invention of a generator that would not "consume any fuel," are available from:

Planetary Association for Clean Energy
100 Bronson Avenue, Suite 1001
Ottawa, Ontario K1R 6G8 CANADA
Voice: 613-236-6265 Fax: 613-235-5876

Measurement data are also available to research organizations.

Last Updated July 30, 1998 by Oliver Nichelson, onichelson@post.harvard.edu