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What if Tesla had won the Current War?


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I researched Tesla's wireless free power for all. In my opinion I think it was suppressed because Tesla didn't take into account that vibrating the earths electric field at it's resonant frequency would have an effect on the orbital stability the earth has around the sun. It was probably stopped by the ET's to prevent that from happening.

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On 6/29/2020 at 1:36 PM, sergiuspaulus said:

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There would have been a lot less iron mined and wasted on lines and towers. the damage to the Earth would have been far less. The rates of cancer and mental illness caused by high power lines would be dramatically less. The death hold monopoly begun by Westinghouse wouldn't be a metered commodity. Power would have to be a public service, as how could someone bill someone for Power that was free to all. In many timelines I can guarantee Tesla succeeded! That is a timeline I would love to visit!

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On 6/29/2020 at 1:39 PM, sergiuspaulus said:

Being Russian I guess Russia would control it. So we had to understand why he lost. But now can it be revisited? Or has it been. We now have wireless chargers for phones.

Absolutely, just because we turned the wrong way in the past, doesn't mean we can't change direction and start over the right way! They could have done it under the Soviet Union, but they make too much money off of the production and distribution now. That is the biggest problem, people make big money off of power lines.

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On 6/29/2020 at 1:39 PM, sergiuspaulus said:

Being Russian I guess Russia would control it. So we had to understand why he lost. But now can it be revisited? Or has it been. We now have wireless chargers for phones.

He wasn't from Russia. He was from Serbia.  He was an American citizen when the Wardenclyffe tower was torn down.  

If we had wireless power, we wouldn't be tripping over vacuum cords.  (And I don't mean those weak charging vacuums that don't do much).  

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