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Project Tesla - The Demonstration of Artificially Stimulated Resonance of the Earth's Ionosphere Waveguide

Project Tesla - The Demonstration of Artificially Stimulated Resonance of the Earth's Ionosphere Waveguide

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The Demonstration of Artificially Stimulated Resonance of the Earth's Ionosphere Waveguide : a precursor for the wireless transmission of vast amounts of electrical power using the Schumann Cavity.

It has been proven by researchers, W. O. Schumann and Dr. James R.
Waite, that electrical energy can be propagated around the world
between the surface of the Earth and the ionosphere at extremely low
frequencies in what is known as the Schumann Cavity. Experiments to
date have shown that electromagnetic waves with frequencies in the
range of 8 Hz, the fundamental Schumann Resonance frequency,
propagate with little attenuation around the planet within the
Schumann Cavity.

The Schumann Cavity can be resonated, similar to the way a
magnetron tube excites the cavity of a home microwave oven. The
power that is delivered to the cavity propagates at very low losses
and can be extracted at other locations within the cavity.
Experimental data collected and calculations made in recent years
support the hypothesis that wireless power transmission is a viable
and practical alternative to the present systems of power
transmission.

Introduction

It was not until 1954-1959 that experimental measurements were made
of the frequency that is propagated in the resonant cavity
surrounding the Earth. Recent analysis shows that it was Nikola
Tesla in 1899, who first noticed the existence of stationary waves in
the Schumann cavity. Tesla's experimental measurements of the wave
length and frequency involved closely match Schumann's theoretical
calculations. These observations were made in 1899 while Tesla was
monitoring the electromagnetic radiations due to lightning discharges
in a thunderstorm. It passed over his Colorado Springs laboratory
and then moved more than 200 miles eastward across the plains. In
his Colorado Springs Notes, Tesla noted that these stationary waves
"... can be produced with an oscillator," and added in parenthesis,
"This is of immense importance." The importance of his observations
is due to the support they lend to the prime objective of the
Colorado Springs laboratory. The intent of the experiments and the
laboratory Tesla had constructed was to prove that wireless
transmission of electrical power was possible.

At the time of his measurements, Tesla was experimenting with and
researching methods for, "...power transmission and transmission of
intelligible messages to any point on the globe." Tesla was not
able to commercially market a system to transmit power around the
globe. However modern scientific theory, mathematical calculations
and data collected during the last sixty years support his contention
that the wireless propagation of electrical power is possible. It
would be a feasible alternative to the extensive and costly grid of
electrical transmission lines used today for electrical power
distribution.

It has been shown by Schumann that electrical energy can be
propagated around the world between the surface of the earth and the
ionosphere. The energy is propagated in this "Schumann Cavity" at a
very low frequencies. Experiments to date have shown that
electromagnetic wave propagation occurs at a frequency of about eight






cycles and that the propagation occurs with very little loss or
attenuation. The electromagnetic techniques to be used to transmit
power in the Schumann Cavity are similar to microwave signal
generation in a magnetron cavity and propagation in a waveguide. The
latter technology is very well known and is used in microwave ovens,
radar, and communication systems.

High energy excitation is necessary to resonate the Schumann Cavity
a
The Demonstration of Artificially Stimulated Resonance of the Earth's Ionosphere Waveguide : a precursor for the wireless transmission of vast amounts of electrical power using the Schumann Cavity.

It has been proven by researchers, W. O. Schumann and Dr. James R.
Waite, that electrical energy can be propagated around the world
between the surface of the Earth and the ionosphere at extremely low
frequencies in what is known as the Schumann Cavity. Experiments to
date have shown that electromagnetic waves with frequencies in the
range of 8 Hz, the fundamental Schumann Resonance frequency,
propagate with little attenuation around the planet within the
Schumann Cavity.

The Schumann Cavity can be resonated, similar to the way a
magnetron tube excites the cavity of a home microwave oven. The
power that is delivered to the cavity propagates at very low losses
and can be extracted at other locations within the cavity.
Experimental data collected and calculations made in recent years
support the hypothesis that wireless power transmission is a viable
and practical alternative to the present systems of power
transmission.

Introduction

It was not until 1954-1959 that experimental measurements were made
of the frequency that is propagated in the resonant cavity
surrounding the Earth. Recent analysis shows that it was Nikola
Tesla in 1899, who first noticed the existence of stationary waves in
the Schumann cavity. Tesla's experimental measurements of the wave
length and frequency involved closely match Schumann's theoretical
calculations. These observations were made in 1899 while Tesla was
monitoring the electromagnetic radiations due to lightning discharges
in a thunderstorm. It passed over his Colorado Springs laboratory
and then moved more than 200 miles eastward across the plains. In
his Colorado Springs Notes, Tesla noted that these stationary waves
"... can be produced with an oscillator," and added in parenthesis,
"This is of immense importance." The importance of his observations
is due to the support they lend to the prime objective of the
Colorado Springs laboratory. The intent of the experiments and the
laboratory Tesla had constructed was to prove that wireless
transmission of electrical power was possible.

At the time of his measurements, Tesla was experimenting with and
researching methods for, "...power transmission and transmission of
intelligible messages to any point on the globe." Tesla was not
able to commercially market a system to transmit power around the
globe. However modern scientific theory, mathematical calculations
and data collected during the last sixty years support his contention
that the wireless propagation of electrical power is possible. It
would be a feasible alternative to the extensive and costly grid of
electrical transmission lines used today for electrical power
distribution.

It has been shown by Schumann that electrical energy can be
propagated around the world between the surface of the earth and the
ionosphere. The energy is propagated in this "Schumann Cavity" at a
very low frequencies. Experiments to date have shown that
electromagnetic wave propagation occurs at a frequency of about eight






cycles and that the propagation occurs with very little loss or
attenuation. The electromagnetic techniques to be used to transmit
power in the Schumann Cavity are similar to microwave signal
generation in a magnetron cavity and propagation in a waveguide. The
latter technology is very well known and is used in microwave ovens,
radar, and communication systems.

High energy excitation is necessary to resonate the Schumann Cavity
a

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TESLA, Inc.(a non profit corporation)Proposal:PROJECT TESLAThe Demonstration of Artificially Stimulated Resonance ofthe Earth's Ionosphere Waveguide:a precursor for the wireless transmission of vast amounts ofelectrical power using the Schumann Cavity.February 21, 1989Toby Grotz James SheppardPresident Secretary/TreasurerMary Estill Buchanan Gardner RobertsonDirector Director
 
TABLE OF CONTENTSAbstract 3Introduction 3Assessment of Need 4Project Objectives 5Methods 6Evaluation Procedure 7Regulating Agencies 7Environmental Considerations 7Project Administration 8Future Funding 8Timetable 9Financial Projections 10Tesla, Inc., History, Objectives 13Personnel 13Appendix 15ResumesReferences:"PC Monitors Lightning Worldwide", by Davis D. Sentman, inComputers in Science, Premiere Issue, 1987.The following four papers were presented at the 1984 TeslaCentennial Symposium and the 1986 International Tesla Symposium."The Transient Propagation of ELF Pulses in the Earth-IonosphereCavity", by A-Ahamid Aidinejad and James F. Corum."Disclosures Concerning the Operation of an ELF Oscillator", byJames F. Corum and Kenneth L. Corum."A Physical Interpretation of the Colorado Springs Data", by JamesF. Corum and Kenneth L. Corum."Critical Speculations Concerning Tesla's Invention andApplications of Single Electrode X-Ray Directed Discharges for PowerProcessing, Terrestrial Resonances and Particle Beam Weapons" by
 
James F. Corum and Kenneth L. Corum.AbstractIt has been proven by researchers, W. O. Schumann and Dr. James R.Waite, that electrical energy can be propagated around the worldbetween the surface of the Earth and the ionosphere at extremely lowfrequencies in what is
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nown as the Schumann Cavity. Experiments todate have shown that electromagnetic waves with frequencies in therange of 8 Hz, the fundamental Schumann Resonance frequency,propagate with little attenuation around the planet within theSchumann Cavity.The Schumann Cavity can be resonated, similar to the way amagnetron tube excites the cavity of a home microwave oven. Thepower that is delivered to the cavity propagates at very low lossesand can be extracted at other locations within the cavity.Experimental data collected and calculations made in recent yearssupport the hypothesis that wireless power transmission is a viableand practical alternative to the present systems of powertransmission.IntroductionIt was not until 1954-1959 that experimental measurements were madeof the frequency that is propagated in the resonant cavitysurrounding the Earth. Recent analysis shows that it was Ni
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olaTesla in 1899, who first noticed the existence of stationary waves inthe Schumann cavity. Tesla's experimental measurements of the wavelength and frequency involved closely match Schumann's theoreticalcalculations. These observations were made in 1899 while Tesla wasmonitoring the electromagnetic radiations due to lightning dischargesin a thunderstorm. It passed over his Colorado Springs laboratoryand then moved more than 200 miles eastward across the plains. Inhis Colorado Springs Notes, Tesla noted that these stationary waves"... can be produced with an oscillator," and added in parenthesis,"This is of immense importance." The importance of his observationsis due to the support they lend to the prime objective of theColorado Springs laboratory. The intent of the experiments and thelaboratory Tesla had constructed was to prove that wirelesstransmission of electrical power was possible.At the time of his measurements, Tesla was experimenting with andresearching methods for, "...power transmission and transmission ofintelligible messages to any point on the globe." Tesla was notable to commercially mar
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et a system to transmit power around theglobe. However modern scientific theory, mathematical calculationsand data collected during the last sixty years support his contentionthat the wireless propagation of electrical power is possible. Itwould be a feasible alternative to the extensive and costly grid ofelectrical transmission lines used today for electrical powerdistribution.It has been shown by Schumann that electrical energy can bepropagated around the world between the surface of the earth and the

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