Using only 100 watts of radio frequency power in continuous wave operation, it is possible to produce a couple hundred watts of amplified rf, with aid of high magnification present within this Tesla Magnifying Transformer system.
Below are photos of a replicated Tesla brush bulb at various RF power levels. The bulb is directly connected to the high tension winding of a high power RF source, ultimately connected to only the carbon button. This bulb shown, as it […]
As the completion of an ultra high vacuum system is now in use, the final development of the Tesla Bruh Bulb has now been achieved. This is to say that with the tedious nature of the very construction of the bulbs, a […]
A fair amount of work has been progressed on finalizing the first suburban seismic forecasting station, in that recently, the transmitter which will be used for broadcasting seismic data on the frequency of 7102 kilocycles has been completed. This transmitter will be […]
During early January of 2022, a systematic plan was assembled to construct a telluric testing stage at EPD Laboratories in Tonopah Nevada, in which the objective was to employ two specially constructed 160 meter transmitting and receiving coils for this very operation. […]
As of now, parts have been received for a diffusion vacuum pump which is capable of pulling a vacuum to 0.000000001 Torr (roughly the same pressure experienced in Low Earth Orbit, LEO). This will be the driving force behind all brush bulb […]
A brief video outlining misconceptions and erroneous details on Tesla’s Brush Bulb, which most people make errors on. Different demonstrations show the brush effect as well as other phenomena.
Using a glass lathe properly constructed by Jeremy Jones, a more sophisticated approach to making Tesla carbon button lamps has been achieved. As such, outstanding extraordinary effects have been obtained within the seemingly “dead vacuum” of the bulb. That is, the bulb […]
Up until recently, the use of a primitive Earth ground consisting of quadrant copper squares was employed for primordial telluric experiments. It was found to be far from suitable in this manner, as it did not cover that much surface area for […]
This video shows the luminous effects obtained in a seemingly void vacuum, when excited by high frequency alternate currents of great potential. These effects and the overall bulb construction was described by Nikola Tesla in 1892 before the London Institute of Electrical […]