A developed explanation on the practicality of high frequency high potential illumination devices, as originally developed by Tesla. This includes the employment of various high potential driving apparatuses, and the construction of illuminating devices with peculiar phenomena. Griffin Brock, a prolific experimenter who also happens to be under Eric Dollard’s tutelage, is performing many experiments that many seasoned electrical engineers have not been able to accomplish.
As presented, multiple demonstrations and apparatuses gave insight to the functions and practicality of certain high frequency vacuum devices, as pioneered by Nikola Tesla. Most notably, his wireless brush discharge lamps, as historically replicated by hand, as well as other lamps possessing electrodes within them. The demonstration included a high potential tube based power source, which supplied special potential coils to provide an intense surrounding field for wireless illumination.
The bulbs shown in the demonstration were built with historical accuracy, that being, they do not possess any gases within. Ultimately giving forth luminous phenomena which should not occur within a vacuum. Especially for Tesla’s Brush Bulb, as demonstrated, which is devoid of matter, but nevertheless radiates large quantities of light. It should be noted that the replicated bulbs presented before the audience, were the first to be seen in historical accuracy, not witnessed in over 130 years.
Throughout the presentation, references and detail to other vacuum tubes as developed by Tesla were given, as well as a physical representation of such tubes when placed in a “null” zone state of activity, as produced by the coil setup.
Part of the 2021 Energy Science & Technology Conference series (100 mins downloadable video).