Winning wasn’t everything for Nikola Tesla. In fact, out of all his inventions, one of them stands out the most today which is FREE ENERGY. Because of his demonstration of wireless communication through radio, Nikola Tesla was widely respected as one of the greatest electrical engineers in America. In the United States, Tesla’s fame rivaled that of any other inventor or scientist in history or popular culture.
Tesla wasn’t done yet, instead he went to Colorado Springs during 1899-1900to to setup a laboratory to work on his next project which he dedicated his time into researching for the practical development of a system for wireless transmission of electricity.
He wrote down all his notes which are highly detailed, and clearly show his transmitting electricity without wires by means of his magnifying transmitter. His notes is available to the public today in which many of his remaining followers are working to recreate what he never completed.
Tesla’s time at Colorado Springs was the critical period in his life. In his notes and research, we have Tesla in his own words, shifting effortlessly between startlingly original technical suppositions and his characteristic cosmic imaginings.