Radiant Energy

55powerwagon

Radiant Energy
« on August 6th, 2012, 11:17 AM »
Has anyone ever looked into radiant energy. I have observed this phenomenon on our various transmitting towers. They collect energy from the atmosphere and the tower must be grounded to dissipate this energy. If the tower is not grounded a lethal charge can build up. This document talks about harnessing this energy.
Is it possible to power a home using this technology?
http://www.thehydrogenshop.com/Over_Unity_PDF/T_S_Secret_2.pdf

Proeliator53

RE: Radiant Energy
« Reply #1, on September 12th, 2012, 03:33 PM »
Quote from 55powerwagon on August 6th, 2012, 11:17 AM
Has anyone ever looked into radiant energy. I have observed this phenomenon on our various transmitting towers. They collect energy from the atmosphere and the tower must be grounded to dissipate this energy. If the tower is not grounded a lethal charge can build up. This document talks about harnessing this energy.
Is it possible to power a home using this technology?
http://www.thehydrogenshop.com/Over_Unity_PDF/T_S_Secret_2.pdf
I'm certainly no expert on the subject, but I would hypothesize that one could power a home off of just radiant energy. I've also had a theory in regards to the laboratory of Tesla in Colorado.  Since Pike's Peak is high elevation, there would be a greater electrostatic potential relative to the ground at this elevation.  In addition to this, pictures of his laboratory show large capacitor banks, and more importantly a large sphere suspended high above the lab.  I personally think his lab was also experimenting with radiant energy.  Aerial + capacitors + ground = radiant energy utilization :)  but this is just my theory.  Perhaps WARDENCLYFFE was not a transmitter but a large receiver for radiant energy?

freethisone

RE: Radiant Energy
« Reply #2, on November 20th, 2013, 12:55 PM »Last edited on November 20th, 2013, 05:11 PM by freethisone
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i am interested in this also.

now you can see it is true after all..:D

now included Tesla auto biography.:sleepy: