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Sep 4, 2019

Nikola Tesla On Antigravity Technology, Flying Saucers Powered By Tesla Coils And The Ether

Posted by in categories: energy, physics

In the mid-1800’s to the early 1900’s Tesla file for more than 110 patents in varying technologies. From his magnifying transmitter, than uses an air coil or vortex to generate massive voltages, to wireless transmissions of power which Tesla used to prove transmission of data, power, and even lighting a layer of the strata as early as 1900. For this reason many consider Nikola Tesla to be one of the most brilliant scientists the world have ever seen.

Tesla’s dynamic theory of gravity explains the relation between gravity and electromagnetics in the same field. This was due to the presence of aether, also known as ether, which is a space-filling medium that is necessary for the propagation of forces either through electromagnetic or gravitational in nature. In plain English, Aether is the medium necessary for any exchange on these levels. Also, Aether was removed from theory in modern physics and was replaced with more abstract models. In looking at Tesla’s ideas and results; it appears that modern physics is wrong.

In the late 1800’s Tesla presented his Dynamic Theory of Gravity, which was a model over matter, Aether, and energy. Tesla’s version of this medium is closer to the gas theory and has extreme elasticity and a very high permeability. He also felt that Aether was much more common and filled all of the space.

Sep 4, 2019

Gel that makes teeth repair themselves could spell the end of fillings

Posted by in category: futurism

Applying a gel to damaged teeth stimulates the enamel to re-grow – a finding that could stop people from developing cavities that must be drilled and filled.

Sep 4, 2019

A Brief Tour Through the Wild West of Neural Interfaces

Posted by in categories: bioengineering, genetics

To most of us, zapping neurons with electricity to artificially “incept” memories, sensation, and movement still sounds crazy. But in some brain labs, that technology is beginning to feel old school. As a new review in Nature Biotechnology concludes: get off the throne, electrodes, there are plenty of other neural probes in town. They dance to the tune of light or chemicals, and in some cases, they’re bilingual.

Here’s a brief tour into the wild west of neural implants. Some require genetic engineering, and because of that have only been proven in experimental animals. But if history is any indication, brain-manipulation technologies don’t tend to stay in the lab. Watch out, you may see some trickling down into potential human use in the next few years.

Sep 4, 2019

NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope Is Finally 100% Assembled

Posted by in category: space

Engineers have joined both halves of the $9.7 billion James Webb Space Telescope, which is scheduled to launch in March 2021, NASA officials announced today (Aug. 28).

Sep 4, 2019

Searl Effect: Generator erzeugt kostenlos Energie

Posted by in category: futurism

Kostenlos Energie für die gesamte Menschheit und dabei noch umweltfreundlich? Eine solche Maschine könnte die globalen Energieprobleme der Menschheit auf einen Schlag lösen. John Searl, Erfinder aus den USA hat schon vor Jahrzehnten eine solche Maschine vorgestellt und seine Geschichte liest sich wie ein Hollywood Streifen. Nicht nur, dass Searl DIE Methode gefunden haben soll, um kostenlos saubere Energie zu erzeugen, auch mit dem US Militär geriet der Erfinder a la „Staatsfeind Nummer 1“in Konflikt, die alle seine Arbeiten und Prototypen des Searl Effect Generators zerstört haben sollen. Wahrheit oder Spinnerei? Heute ist John 82 Jahre alt und hat noch ein großes Ziel: Die Energiemonopole zu stürzen um der Welt für den Rest aller Tage kostenlos Energie zur Verfügung zu stellen und dabei gleichzeitig seinen Dokumentarfilm auf DVD zu verkaufen. Worum es bei dem Searl Effect Generator geht und weshalb das US-Militär John´s Entwicklungen zerstört haben soll lest und seht ihr in diesem Beitrag bei uns auf Trends der Zukunft.

Sep 4, 2019

Harnessing Zero-Point Energy

Posted by in categories: computing, mathematics, particle physics, quantum physics

From the fictional universe of Stargate Atlantis and Marvel Comic’s Realm of Kings to NASA’s Eagleworks Propulsion laboratory, zero-point energy, also known as vacuum energy, is touted as a potentially limitless and ubiquitous source of energy, if one can only find the means to harness it. [1] Zero-point energy can be formulated in a few different ways, but in its most basic form, it is the minimal yet non-zero energy of a quantum mechanical system. In quantum field theory, zero-point energy can be considered by computing the expected energy of the zero photon mode. [2] In a system with no physical boundaries, the expected energy of the zero photon mode diverges! Yet, if this energy uniformly permeates all of space-time, it is not directly observable.

Conceptual Framework

For pedagogical reasons, we will consider the popular formulation of zero-point energy. The most interesting and relevant framework for zero-point energy can be understood from the quantum field theory for photons and electrons: quantum electrodynamics. Glossing over an exceptional amount of mathematical and conceptual background, the energy of a state in quantum field theory is computed as an expectation of a Hamiltonian„ which describes the energy of the state in terms of operators acting on wavefunctions. The final computation usually requires an integral over the allowed momenta of particles in the state.

Sep 4, 2019

WTF is Zero Point Energy and How Could it Change the World?

Posted by in categories: energy, quantum physics

A strange concept of quantum physics could be an extraordinary boon to a ton of different near-undefined.

Sep 4, 2019

A biocompatible magnetic skin that could enable new wearable systems

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, cyborgs, wearables

Researchers at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology have recently developed a flexible and imperceptible magnetic skin that adds permanent magnetic properties to all surfaces to which it is applied. This artificial skin, presented in a paper published in Wiley’s Advanced Materials Technologies journal, could have numerous interesting applications. For instance, it could enable the development of more effective tools to aid people with disabilities, help biomedical professionals to monitor their patients’ vital signs, and pave the way for new consumer tech.

“Artificial skins are all about extending our senses or abilities,” Adbullah Almansouri, one of the researchers who carried out the study, told TechXplore. “A great challenge in their development, however, is that they should be imperceptible and comfortable to wear. This is very difficult to achieve reliably and durably, if we need stretchable electronics, batteries, substrates, antennas, sensors, wires, etc. We decided to remove all these delicate components from the skin itself and place them in a comfortable nearby location (i.e., inside of eye glasses or hidden in a fabric).”

The , developed under the supervision of Prof. Jürgen Kosel, is magnetic, thin and highly flexible. When it is worn by a human user, it can be easily tracked by a nearby magnetic sensor. For instance, if a user wears it on his eyelid, it allows for his to be tracked; if worn on fingers, it can help to monitor a person’s physiological responses or even to control switches without touching them.

Sep 4, 2019

(PDF) Nikola Tesla’s Free Electricity Electronic Circuit

Posted by in category: energy

Nikola Tesla was an inventor who is best known for his contributions for the design for generating alternating current, Electricity supply system etc. He obtained around three hundred patents worldwide for his inventions and some are hidden in patent archives. One of the…

Sep 4, 2019

List of Tesla patents

Posted by in category: futurism

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