Energy From The Vacuum Part 07 Tesla's Impulse Technology - Dialogues with John Bedini (90minutes)

Just attempting to think about the notion of Nicola Tesla being able to shuttle energy at will around a single wire circuit causes most people to claim that such concepts are far beyond their comprehension.

After all, don't we need two wires, just for a start?

Well, it turns out that the problem is that existing electrical technology just does not have an adequate vocabulary to describe what the Great Man was doing.

Energy From The Vacuum Part 06 Trailer - "Inside Radiant Energy"

"Radiant energy, to me, what do I consider radiant, OK, what I consider radiant is the capturing of a spike, I consider that radiant. anything that, say, i generate, the radiant energy. "

Peter Lindemann: Reactive Power and Radiant Energy and John Bedini's materials

Nov. 7, 2004

Glad to help. You are asking the right kind of questions. Here is my best shot at answering them.

1) My book consistently refers to the radiant spike LEADING the pulse.

That is true. The high voltage transient that leads the pulse is a much purer form of radiant energy. This circuit actually feeds this pulse back to the first battery in opposition to the forward current.
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