The Tesla Fuelless Generator was the brainchild of one of the world’s most famous pioneers in the discovery and development of electricity. Without his work, modern inventions such as television, the computer, cellphones and the internet would not even exist. Tesla knew over one hundred years ago that the possibility to generate your own energy without fuel was possible. In this article, I’ll tell you about his brainchild, the fuelless generator, and how DIY enthusiasts the world over are now making their own 7-kilowatt devices and turning their back on the power companies.
Who Is Nikola Tesla?
Nikola Tesla was a Serbian who hailed from what is today called Croatia. He was a highly respected physicist, mechanical engineer and electrical engineer.
He is credited with many discoveries in science, especially in electricity. His biggest contribution is the development and adoption of alternating current. Without this, there would be no way to transmit power over distances and support our current way of life.
Tesla’s Life Project – The Fuelless Generator
Tesla spent the second half of his career working on what he called his “Fuelless Generator”. He described it as a device that uses “the energy that operates the universe”. This may sound a little fanciful but we now know this to be the equivalent of the modern area of physics called “zero point technology”.
Tesla never made a working model, but his letters and drawings were archived and reading them reveals designs for a crude type of magnetic generator. He improved previous designs and filed a raft of patents in an effort to protect his work.
The Modern Day Magnetic Motor Generator
Today, enthusiasts across the globe are building their own devices that pay homage to Tesla’s original project. The difference today is that they have been tried, tested and refined and the magnetic motor is now a reality. Still, it is simply nothing more than a rotor, some strategically placed magnets and some wiring.
Anyone can try to “reinvent the wheel” and start from scratch but why bother when others have already done the hard work for you? 99% of DIY enthusiasts make their own motor by investing a meagre amount on a good set of high quality plans. This allows you to get up and running a 7-kilowatt device in a matter of a few days. That’s more than enough to power the average home.