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Nouman Tariq

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(Research Work)






Nikola Tesla and Thomas Edison: who sparked the beginnings of the electrical system in the Second Industrial Revolution (1870-1914).

When I was in primary school, it was taught that Thomas Edison invented the light bulb.  This is true to some extent.  To this day, society still gives credit to him for this idea.  Edison utilized the ideas of 22 other men who worked on the light bulb before him. Is a person who figures out how to sell the ideas of others entitled to be considered the inventor? 
What I have concluded from my research is that Nikola Tesla started his early career with Thomas Edison on Edison's DC generators and motors. Edison hired Tesla to fix the problem he was facing at that time with his DC generators and motors, a project worth millions of dollars .Tesla fixed all of the machines belonging to Edison and asked him for the money he was promised.  Edison denied payment to Tesla, which lead to a turning point in Tesla's life.

After the falling out with Edison, Tesla started work on his alternating current AC electrical system.  Since Edison was in favor of the DC electrical system, he indulged society with the hypocrisy that Tesla's alternating current could be dangerous for humanity.  He wanted to depict Tesla's idea as worthless, when in fact he knew just how valuableTesla's work really was. Edison publicly electrocuted many animals with alternating currents to prove that Tesla's invention would not be safe for the home use.

nikola tesla and thomas edision elephant beings electrified


Thomas Edison's DC system required a power plant on a large scale within every square mile.  Even then, it could not transmit electricity over a long distance.  In comparison, Tesla's alternating current AC system used fewer conductors, had high value voltages and could easily transmit electricity very far.


Tesla Wardenclyffe tower and Egypt Pyramids:


The concept of electricity was introduced and utilized by the people of ancient Egypt.  People during this time period used Baghdad batteries and arc lights.  Arc lamps were utilized in the lighthouse of Alexandria, proving that electricity was supplied by an electrical source.  The pyramids of Egypt influenced Tesla's idea regarding wireless power.

The outer part of the pyramids were covered with white tufa limestone, its structure so tightly established that not even a razor blade could fit between the blocks.  White tufa limestone does not contain magnesium, which contributes to its high insulating properties.  Due to this property, the limestone was used to prevent electricity inside the pyramid from being released without control.

The inside structure of the pyramids were different.  The blocks used inside were made up of another form of limestone, which contained crystal.  Maximum power transmission was allowed due to the crystal being a high conductor with a small amount of metal.  The shafts used inside the pyramids were lined with granite.  The property of granite is that of a conductor, being a slightly radioactive substance, which allows the ionization of air inside the shafts.  Today, what we see in an insulated electric cable is similar to that of the pyramids of ancient Egypt.  The engineers of that time conducted flawless engineering, using both conductive and insulating properties.

These pyramids had underground water channels that rose above the limestone surface as spaces between them filled with water.  Engineers designed layers of rock in such way to transmit electricity upward, as they brought the bottom layer full of water to the surface using aquifers.  The Nile River passed through these aquifers with optimum flow producing an electric current, a process known as physio-electricity.

The pyramids' chambers underground were of granite conductors, constructed within rock, and charged with the physio-electricity.  The top of pyramids were covered with granite chambers, leading to an electric current being conducted directly to the top, due to the electromagnetic field that was produced at the bottom of the pyramid.
During that time, the tops of the pyramids were covered with gold capstone for better conductivity.  The gold capstone was used to provide the conductive path from the negative ions to the ionosphere.  This technique is no longer used today.  This technology is dated back to 5,000 years ago from Egypt, and was later on utilized by Nikola Tesla.  Tesla built his tower in the same manner, a concept that first began in the pyramids of ancient Egypt.

egypt paramids

Tesla said that wireless power could even be used for interplanetary communication. If he was confident in interplanetary communication how much less to reach Antarctica.

first ever telephone

Guglieli Marconi is known to have won the Nobel Prize for sending a long distance radio signal. However, Marconi also used 17 patents belonging to Tesla for this new invention.

I have come to believe that if Marconi was able to transmit radio signal, this can also be done with only one system.  Today we have separate systems for electrical and communication, but with the concept of Nikola Tesla, it is possible to transmit both power and data signal through one system. This can be conducted by alternating the current AC of high potential of the high frequency, in which messages can then be easily transmitted by impressing a modulated carrier signal.