Sterling Allan August 26, 2010 11:53 AM With mainstream admissions along these lines, why is it that modern science has such a hard time imagining how an electromagnetic setup could go into \"overunity\", harnessing powers such as the one described above? Fetcher August 27, 2010 01:49 AM Overunity??? This is just another way of plugging into the sea of energy we live in... no magic need apply... This is more akin to putting a water wheel in a river! We live in an electric solar system with Sal as the source... all we need to do is tap it! Leong Hee Chan August 27, 2010 02:00 AM This is exciting future for tapping natural energy. wonder if the \"Chi\" theory can be expanded here too! Consultium August 27, 2010 04:25 AM It\'s wrong to say Tesla \"once dreamed of being able to harness electricity from the air\"; he wasn\'t dreaming when he got the funding to build Wardenclyffe tower over 100 years ago! Scientists are now catching up to him! See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wardenclyffe_Tower Dean Mindock August 27, 2010 06:45 PM Nikola Tesla was tapping into something far more powerful (the quantum foam) than the energy referenced. But the PTB are keeping that for their exclusive use. Tesla was one of the few super geniuses, his mind was his laboratory. Burnerjack August 27, 2010 06:54 PM CONSUTIUM: I may be wrong, but, Wardenclyffe was to be an energy transmitter ulitizing \"Earth reasonating points\". Griffin August 31, 2010 09:05 PM The question is not how ethereal this is but why it has taken so long to get anywhere with it. Tesla definitely made things happen that are not happening now in any real way and haven\'t happened since.I want to know also: why are we still using gasoline anyway other than greed and laziness? Facebook User September 6, 2010 01:49 PM With mainline admissions like this its hard to see we have made any basic progress since the first arrow took flight! Just the idea- metalic compounds and crystals can accumulate charge even with water vapors around. Just like battery electrolyte does not guarantee grounding and discharge? This just in: charge separation is more widespread than earlier \"imagined.\"This is not zero point since it relies upon the phenomenal world and the 10,000 things in it, to follow the Taoists\' and Chi theorists\' wordings. Zero point is before the TaiChi separates into polars, its the epty field of all possible occurences/stuff.And that does have a lot to say about Chi. But that also is multi layered, primal and epiphenomenal both.Mr Leong might enjoy an introduction to Willhelm Reich on bioenergetics ( chi, zero state etc)or John Keeley for a differrent perspeective that Tesla\'s on harnessing via mechanisms.People get so worked over HAARP and sinister use of tesla tech. Yet the same tech, his apps....same issues different emotional reaction. Very strange. Aren\'t we glad that we did not use Schuman Resonance to create a high gauss standing field and thus negate any market for batteries!!!!!!!!Or are cell towers the only bad thing on the dc to daylight spectrum? Robbity September 17, 2010 03:30 AM I hope the scientists in question remember that the only effect that makes water is lightning forcing the two molecules to blend to become HOH. Take away the lightning and we may have some problems with \'fresh\' water becoming more and more contaminated with salts over time. May not happen overnight, but it will happen. Facebook User November 5, 2010 02:49 AM There\'s something I read years ago about stringing up a long wire in the air, a spark gap (could use something like an engine\'s spark plug) and a really good earth ground to get a trickle of electricity. There\'d have to be some other components in it too, possibly including a large capacitor. IIRC it was supposed to be able to trickle charge a lead acid car battery.There\'s been so much stuff over the years that\'s been poo-poohed as \"pseudoscience\" without any serious attempt at genuine scientific investigation - rather \"investigations\" specifically designed to ensure failure, by people with a vested interest in there not being any competition.Do a proper job and see what can be discovered. That\'s what real science is. That\'s how the huge advance in technology came about throughout the 18th through mid 20th centuries. Pure scientific investigation almost solely for the sake of the expansion of knowledge.