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The inductive and capacitive coupling used in Tesla's experiments is a "near-field" effect, so it is not able to transmit power long distances. However, Tesla was obsessed with developing a wireless power distribution system that could transmit power directly into homes and factories, as proposed in a visionary 1900 article in Century magazine. and believed that resonance was the key. He claimed to be able to transmit power on a worldwide scale, using a method that involved conduction through the Earth and atmosphere. Tesla was vague about his methods ...
The word "healthy" is wrong. The idea of your finger beng fried by a wedding ring is a bit offputting.
Also I think your finger ring should be safe, I should have also mentioned that the maximum power output would not be very high, maybe less then 5 watts
you have to remember that radio towers do induce power into objects from a fast distance away. don't believe me then look at this
The walls do absorb energy but perhaps that energy can be fed back into the transmitter. Think of the walls as radio receivers that feed it's signal back into the transmitter.
. If you set up directional aerials you can beam radio waves directly at the things that need charging.
If you set up directional aerials you can beam radio waves directly at the things that need charging.
Quote from: alancalverd on 28/04/2015 23:13:04The word "healthy" is wrong. The idea of your finger beng fried by a wedding ring is a bit offputting.Unfortunately there are a lot of loops in the average house. Scissor handles, egg whisk, skewers, also in electronic equipment eg radios, computers and phones, and pacemakers.