Tesla Oscillator

"The electric mechanical oscillator is like a catapult capable of a rope of a given tension for the motion imparted. Except that in the electrical analogue no rope is required and may be dispensed with, nor is any rope comprised of mass necessitated, but that of the growing accumulated oscillating energy, provided by the constant unvarying energy of the environment, and of any given tension is not limited in any way whatsoever to a maximum, and so therefore, an electrical and mechanical apparatus for communications, power and war, that is capable of abolishing distance by the means of abolishing materials for means of high tension activity. That is to say the electrical rope is as infinite in length as the lever that is required to lift the very planet, or any other, and in this case, a theoretically infinite length and therefore power might be obtainable from the oscillating mechanical apparatus of such wheelwork."

Adam Bull?, talking on Technology For a New future, Nikola Tesla and the electrical means of overcoming distance and time.

See Also

4.4 - Idle Wheels on Natures Machinery
8.14 - Vibratory and Oscillatory Nature of Matter
9.31 - Oscillatory Motion creating Waveforms
14.35 - Teslas 3 6 and 9
16.04 - Nikola Tesla describing what electricity is
16.17 - Negative Electricity - Tesla
action at a distance
Bearden on Tesla and EM Source Charge
Expanding Sun Will Explode Some Day Tesla Predicts
Figure 16.04.05 and Figure 16.04.06 - Nikola Tesla and Lord Kelvin
Figure 8.12 - Vibratory and Oscillatory Motions
Figure 8.13 - Vibratory and Oscillatory Motions
Figure 9.15 - Wave Flow and Wave Length as function of Particle Oscillatory Rotation
John Smith interviews Tesla
Nikola Tesla
Table 13.02 - Vibratory and Oscillatory Triple Force Functions
Nikola Tesla Earthquake Machine (external link)
Tesla - Electricity from Space
Tesla and Vedic Philosophy
Tesla Coil
Tesla Interview
Tesla messages
Tesla Patents
Tesla shield
Tesla Spirit Radio
What Electricity Is - Tesla
Wheelwork of Nature

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