By Desmond Elliott
It was only a matter of time and money before Tesla’s free energy would reach the world. We must thank Nokia for having the insight to bring the technology out of the closet. For many years researchers and inventors have been intimidated by governments and energy giants, pushing the research underground. It was inevitable that the science and physics of transmission of energy (other than radio waves) would enable electrical energy to flow through the airwaves to our equipment. This is the first step in a giant step forward for mankind. The fact that Nokia were able to register patents for this technology is significant in itself. Significant patents have been refused under the guise of “not being in the national interest”.
The next step is for Mac and other tablet PC developers to power the iPad, etc using this technology. This will provide the ultimate computing tool. Access to the web, mobile computing without the need for any physical connection to the wired world. As we ponder the brilliance of the great visionary talents of Nikola Tesla it gives us hope that the energy shackles are being unlocked. Is this the start of the new “free energy” revolution. Just as Linux revolutionised computing in the late 1990’s. He provided us with a stable computer operating system, thanks to Linus Torvalds – the father of Linux. We now experience Linux and OSX plus many other derivatives taking the heartache out of computers. Now our Apps and software just work.
For the benefit of mankind lets hope the wonders of free energy transmission do not fall into the wrong hands, in this we seek freedom to use the technologies to provide access to cheaper methods of making energy accessible to everyone. Mobile phones are the ultimate communication device, this might be the conduit we use to power other services, instead of plugging the mobile phone into the power source we plug our electronic devices into our mobile phone for energy.
The free communications movement is also gaining momentum. Significant research and development in this realm should provide us with free access to a form of mobile communication technology. This will remove the enormous cost of mobile communications and make access available to everyone. Imagine removing the cost of mobile phone calls and energy. What would that do for our diminishing budgets. We live in hope, but it is all possible and sooner that we imagine. It only takes the will and power of the people.
The scope and depth of this breakthrough is only the tip of the iceberg. A new era in technology is within our grasp, we are on the cusp of a new beginning – maybe Nokia will release their new energy mobile phone on the 21st of December 2012…this would be of great significance!
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