Tesla Secret Review – Can You Really Make Your Own Tesla Generator?

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Tesla Secret Review – Can You Really Make Your Own Tesla Generator?




Tesla Secret is one of the latest Do It Yourself (DIY) alternative energy guide recently launched on the internet. Its main web site is at www.nikolateslasecret.com/.

If you like scientific stuffs, you’ll love Nikola Tesla. He was the mad scientist of the late 19th century. His invention helped to usher the 2nd Industrial Revolution. But why don’t we learn much about Nikola Tesla in school? History has it, he made enemy with one of the most influential person in the early 20th century in America, Thomas Edison.

The fact is, Nikola Tesla made a lot of scientific contribution in the field of electromagnetism, Alternating Current (AC) system, polyphase system, wireless communication etc. But because of his feud with Edison, his work and achievement are almost forgotten in history…until now.

Nikola Tesla Generator Plans

The people behind Tesla Secret claim they have discovered Nikola Tesla generator plans which have been hidden for more than 90 years. The Tesla generator has a potential to harness free energy from the earth. How is this possible?

The technology uses the magnetic charges between the sun and the earth. Think of the sun as a very large ball of electricity with positive charge. The sun has huge potential energy with over 200 billion volts.

The earth on the other hand is negatively charges. Due to the different charges between the sun and the earth, the large empty space in between acts as a conduit for electrical energy.

However, before Nikola Tesla, it is impossible to tap into this almost unlimited source of power. The energy traveling from the sun to earth will bounce off the earth’s ionosphere and get dissipated into space. What the Tesla generator does is to enable you to harness some of the free potential energy floating in the ionosphere.

How much energy can you get out of the Tesla generator? Apparently, the Tesla generator plans from Tesla Secret site is capable to generate enough free electricity that you can use to charge up a cell phone. It’s not a lot, nonetheless, it is free energy.

It’s pretty cool actually! You can check out the Tesla generator in action from a video posted on www.nikolateslasecret.com.

If you are looking for a new and cool way to create electricity, consider making your own Tesla generator. With the blueprints, you can make the generator with a relatively small budget. I hope this Tesla Secret review has been helpful for you. Click on the link below to visit Tesla Secret right now.

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By | 2012-11-06T13:36:53+00:00 October 1st, 2010|Nikola Tesla|8 Comments

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  1. Ian December 23, 2010 at 10:48 am

    Short snswer is this is a scam and I’ll tell you why it is. I bought the ebook that doesn’t show you any method whatsoever on creating free energy to power your house. It is misselling and the site needs to be shut down. The reasons are quite cler the Tessla antenna method picks up radiant energy but 10 to 20V at 200 uA generated isn’t going to power anything except a buzzer or an LED. The Tesla generator is a joke you need energy to power the turbine and 10-20V at 200uA isn’t going to do it. You need about 3KW of power to power a normal household how on earth can you convert 20 x 0.000200 = 0.004 W to 3KW yes true you can’t. The circuits I’ve seen vary from a bridge of rectifiers to twodiodes paired for each polarity now you know you get 0.7 V drop across a diiode don’t you? his is shocking stuff and has to be stopped as it is scamming poor people that can’t afford energy prices that are sky rocketing.

  2. Charles January 21, 2011 at 11:05 pm

    I almost bought the book, I thought hopeful they had plans to make a bigger one One that could power a house. Well then back to hydrogen production!

  3. Dave March 20, 2011 at 9:23 pm

    I thought it was interesting how many review websites support this product, and then try to sell it. (follow this rare link) sounds fishy. What real review site doesn’t have some sort of advertising for banner ads, etc. They were likely created by the same people.

  4. Jon June 17, 2011 at 7:51 am

    Tesla did research and actively promoted the idea of beaming energy to consumers via electromatic waves. However it was never “free” and proved to be extremely wasteful in the same way that only a miniscule fraction of the sun’s radiation hits the earth with the vast bulk of it being radiated into space.

    Tesla was never shy to publish and the claim that some of his papers mysteriously vanished is probably bogus. More to the point, the demonstration project for extracting supposedly free energy from cosmic radiation is nothing more than harnessing the microvolt fluctuations of a radio antenna, in other words, it is a crystal set. Far from using cosmic rays (whose energy density at the surface of the earth is far too low to be of practical use) this “generator” picks up transmissions from commercial broadcast stations.

    The whole web site is an attempt to get money from the gullible. Corporations do not have the power to shut down web sites and if there were any attempt by government(s) to shut it down then it would be for fraud. You do your readers a disservice by promoting this garbage.

    Alternative energy research and experimentation is an honourable pursuit. Fraud is not.

  5. selvaraman.R July 18, 2011 at 1:07 pm

    I thought it was interesting how many review websites support this product, and then try to sell it. (follow this rare link) sounds fishy. What real review site doesn’t have some sort of advertising for banner ads, etc. They were likely created by the same people.

  6. vince July 27, 2011 at 11:34 pm

    It’s so strange, i saw all these ads to buy this crap and got to thinking about the little schematic they give you to try, i am in no way an electrical engineer by any stretch of the imagination, but looking at it i thought wait a minute all this thing does is pick up radio waves like any antenna does and radio transmissions have a small amount of power, then i read the reply from Jon, i have to admit it made me feel a little smart, what a scam, i just hope there are not to many people that will fall for this garbage

  7. Rey Sicat August 4, 2011 at 7:04 am

    I think they might be right or wrong.

  8. Scott August 26, 2012 at 2:44 am

    When I was in high school, for a science fair project, I went to radio shack and bought an AM radio kit. It used a germanium diode, just like what this guy is using. In fact, if he had a variable inductor his “invention” could tune in AM radio stations at different frequencies. So, what he really has is an un-tunable AM radio where instead of having an ear plug (because an AM radio of such low power barely has the power to run one tiny ear plug speaker), he runs it to a cell phone. The cell phone might acknowledge that it is receiving a voltage, but what it is not telling you is that most of the energy it is providing is being used by the LCD screen to show its receiving a voltage. I promise, this is a scam. The only thing that this web site owner has invented is a way to rip people off.

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