We are all taught that the historic rivalry in the USA named “the Battle of the Currents” was between the direct current (DC) system of Thomas A. Edison (1847 – 1931) and the alternating current (AC) system of Nikola Tesla (1856 – 1943). But the real Battle of the Currents came later, and was between the closed-path systems promoted by J.P. Morgan (1837 – 1913) and the open-path systems promoted by Tesla. Although Tesla won the first battle, he lost this second industrial standards battle. Humanity could have had a century ago free wireless electricity if Testla would have also won this real Battle of the Currents.
In the Keynote Address of July 30, 2006, at the ExtraOrdinary Technology Conference of that year in South Jordan, Utah, hosted by TeslaTech, Inc., Peter A. Lindemann (1951) explained what Tesla really meant with his concept op “Radiant Energy”. In order to do so, Lindemann studied Tesla’s work, and especially his patents, for more then three decades. In his presentation, Lindemann explained for instance the functioning of the one-wire impulse circuits and longitudinal electric waves (i.e. electrostatic pressure waves):
Unfortunately, as Lindeman’s mind is still based on the limiting concept of scarcity, he demanded that the uploaded recording was removed. How can you work on free energy while your mindset is based on limitations? Instead, therefore an earlier presentation is embedded below:
In his 2006 presentation, Lindemann also refered to the experiments that he and Eric P. Dollard performed at Borderland labs in the late 1980’s, proving Tesla’s work:
For more on this, read The Work of Nikola Tesla (1856 – 1943).