I'm sorry to say but most of you do not seem to understand the gist of Tesla's work, at least based on your replies. The kind of energy he
discovered is opposite of the energy being used elsewhere today.
This "wireless" technology has nothing to do with Tesla's research, as far as I can tell. It still appears to be based on Hertzian (Transverse)
waves, while Tesla's work was with Longitudinal waves.
You still need wires throughout your house so this is NOT wireless electricity. There are still meters in your house and you still have to pay for
energy on a kilowatt-hour basis.
Sure, the appliances are not wired but hey they need to be within couple of feet from the wall or wherever you installed the other coil that plugs
into your house wiring. Woopdeedoo.
I won't even dare to estimate the effect this might have on DNA of living things around these "frames". There's no way to determine whether it is
safe or will your kids be born with horns and cow feet.
Someone mentioned Tesla's tower earlier, saying how that's not needed anymore now that we have this wall hung frame. Pretty uninformed statement, in
lieu of what I wrote above (wires still run throughout your house and appliances need to be close by that frame, plus transverse vs longitudinal
The idea behind Tesla's tower, and the prior experiment with the elevated sphere at Colorado Springs, seems to be that he wanted to pump energy into
the Earth. He needed a large capacitance above ground to prevent discharges into the air.
If you look at Wardenclyffe (from now on "the circuit"), Tesla had hundred or more feet buried rods beneath the tower that were part of "the
circuit." There was also a system of tunnels and what not beneath the building and connecting to the tower, which is mostly overlooked in
conversations or discussions.
Further more, the energy would not be coming out of the "thin air." Tesla intended to use hydroelectric power to produce initial energy and pump it
into "the circuit." Then by creating a standing wave through the Earth, it would be "nudged" at resonant intervals to maintain it. One could tap
into the wave from anywhere on the planet with a resonant circuit tuned to that standing wave.
Once again, this was not based on Hertzian Transverse wave, but a Longitudinal wave. Big difference, as the later is a super-luminal wave.
If you want to learn more about Transverse vs Longitudinal waves, The Borderland Sciences Research Foundation guys back in the late 80s (Brown,
Dollard, Lindemann) made two videos about it, basically bringing the whole subject out of obscurity into the public light:
BSRF also has a set of books on the subject: www.borderlands.com...
More modern research has been done by Prof. Konstantin Meyl who wrote some books as well, and clip from one of the videos is here:
[edit on 1-7-2009 by amigo]