Tesla Anti Gravity

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    Plans for Tesla anti-gravity machine?
    Does anyone know where we can find plans online for a Tesla anti-gravity machine. Please provide a link. Thank you.
    I know that gravity can not be nullified. The term anti-gravity is commonly misused and that is generally what the machine is called. What I am actually looking for is plans for a simple machine to demonstrate ion thrust.

    • ANSWER:
      I believe the first reference just talks about principles and history. The second has some plans, but I can’t vouch for them. The third talks mostly about the great difficulty dealing with his obnoxious personality, and how some of his ideas fared in view of subsequent technology. You’ll probably need to do quite a bit of searching to unearth a Tesla aviation-related patent or invention suitable for amateur demonstration.

  2. QUESTION:
    Did Tesla really invent an anti-gravity flight craft?
    I heard the Germans had the technology at the end of WW2.

    • ANSWER:
      no, it is another fable from the past

  3. QUESTION:
    Does anybody know what Nikola Tesla’s lost inventions were and what happened to them?
    I know that Nikola Tesla had alot of inventions that never made it to the public,but why did these inventions go missing.I know that he was working on anti-gravity and force fields.
    I suppose that we will never know unless there is someone out there that does.Is anyone of you out there that knows of these lost inventions and can answer this question.
    He was a fasinating man.A man way ahead of his time.

    • ANSWER:
      Probably his most famous “lost” inventions are broadcast power and the death ray.

      Broadcast power involved his idea that you could “pluck” the Earth’s lines of magnetic force as if they were violin strings, and transmit energy along them. He actually got most of the way through building a broadcast power tower before investors backed out and his assets were seized. However, there’s no evidence it ever worked…you can broadcast power easily enough at short ranges, but his plan to overcome the 1/r² drop-off by plucking the magnetic field just didn’t pan out.

      The death ray was offered to the U.S. military in the 1930s or early 40s IIRC, but by that point Tesla was very much on the decline mentally, and the general consensus is that the death ray was even more fanciful than broadcast power. Given how much money got thrown into various bizarre weapon programs during WWII, it strikes me that if there had been even a shred of workability to the death ray, the U.S. military would have at least tried making one, and there’s no evidence I’ve seen that it even made it to a mockup stage.

      Of course, one thing about Tesla’s reputation as the archetypal Mad Scientist is that it’s very easy to credit him with all sorts of weird stuff that he never thought of, because what he DID think of got pretty far out there by the time he died. Heck, in a superhero universe I write, he worked out the fundamentals of how superhuman powers worked, the research being unearthed decades after his death. :) And there’s several comicbooks in which Tesla uses super-science inventions (such as giant robots) to fight Edison (Atomic Robo, Five Fists of Science, to name a couple).

      Edit: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nikola_Tesla has more on his death ray, under “directed energy weapon”, and the section following that covers a few more of his weirder ideas.

  4. QUESTION:
    Does anybody know what Nikola Tesla’s lost inventions were and what happened to them?
    I know that Nikola Tesla had alot of inventions that never made it to the public,but why did these inventions go missing.I know that he was working on anti-gravity and force fields.
    I suppose that we will never know unless there is someone out there that does.Is anyone of you out there that knows of these lost inventions and can answer this question.
    He was a fasinating man.A man way ahead of his time.

    • ANSWER:
      Probably his most famous “lost” inventions are broadcast power and the death ray.

      Broadcast power involved his idea that you could “pluck” the Earth’s lines of magnetic force as if they were violin strings, and transmit energy along them. He actually got most of the way through building a broadcast power tower before investors backed out and his assets were seized. However, there’s no evidence it ever worked…you can broadcast power easily enough at short ranges, but his plan to overcome the 1/r² drop-off by plucking the magnetic field just didn’t pan out.

      The death ray was offered to the U.S. military in the 1930s or early 40s IIRC, but by that point Tesla was very much on the decline mentally, and the general consensus is that the death ray was even more fanciful than broadcast power. Given how much money got thrown into various bizarre weapon programs during WWII, it strikes me that if there had been even a shred of workability to the death ray, the U.S. military would have at least tried making one, and there’s no evidence I’ve seen that it even made it to a mockup stage.

      Of course, one thing about Tesla’s reputation as the archetypal Mad Scientist is that it’s very easy to credit him with all sorts of weird stuff that he never thought of, because what he DID think of got pretty far out there by the time he died. Heck, in a superhero universe I write, he worked out the fundamentals of how superhuman powers worked, the research being unearthed decades after his death. :) And there’s several comicbooks in which Tesla uses super-science inventions (such as giant robots) to fight Edison (Atomic Robo, Five Fists of Science, to name a couple).

      Edit: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nikola_Tesl… has more on his death ray, under “directed energy weapon”, and the section following that covers a few more of his weirder ideas.

  5. QUESTION:
    Marconi’s and Nikola Tesla’s late experiments?
    I have read that Marconi, aboard his yacht called “Electra” (or something like that) was known to do strange experiments such as “anti-gravity” experiments and sending signals into space.

    I also read that Marconi might have formed a secret group of scientists in South America working for peace and science. Apparently alot of their technology was based on Nikola Tesla’s and Marconi’s work.

    Does anyone know any similar strange experiments Tesla or Marconi did? I am asking about the science, not conspiracy theories.
    How did building a radio (I know Tesla did it first) lead to anti-gravity experiments (even if anti-gravity does not exist)?

    • ANSWER:
      I have heard of these experiments, but have yet to see a single one of them actually demonstrated or any papers that would lead to a real experiment being conducted. I am inclined to think either one of two things:

      1) Telsa needed funding for his experiments do lied or exaggerated to the public or financiers to get more money;

      or

      2) He ended up doing work on superconductors; they expel magnetic field, and hence repel magnets. This repulsion can be stronger than gravity, which leads to levitation. This could be misunderstood for anti-gravity.

      If you think of gravity the way we understand it . . . a warping of spacetime caused by mass . . . it would be hard to see how a genuine anti-gravity machine could exist, except in the sense of something that overcomes gravity in the manner of a plane. That’s my opinion anyway.


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