10 of the Best! Radiant Energy

    This energy source can be extracted from regular electricity by a process called fractionation. It can also be taken straight from the environment. Although radiant energy works the same magic as electricity, it does not exactly “behave” in the same way and as you can imagine, this lead to a lot of confusion and misconceptions within the scientific community regarding this misunderstood thing.


    Let’s have a closer look…

    A brilliant fact about this source of renewable energy is that is works the same genius as electricity as a massive >1% fraction of the cost! This type of radiation energy is the transference of energy without the requirement of any movement of matter. Radiant energy will travel in waves through air, glass, space and loads of other materials at extremely high speeds.

    Devices that do it!

    The famous Methernitha Community of Switzerland hold a number of devices that require no fuel but rather tap in to this type of energy resource in order to run such as;

  • Nikola Tesla’s Magnifying Transmitter,
  • Edwin Gray’s EMA Motor,
  • Paul Baumann’s Testatika Machine, and,
  • T. Henry Moray’s Radiant Energy Device.


      Nikola Tesla invented one of the earliest wireless telephones based on the use of radiant energy in the late 19th century! He used transmitters and receivers with resonances tuned to the same frequency which enabled them to communicate. In the early 20th century, around 1916 he recalled that “Whenever I received the effects of a transmitter, one of the simplest ways was to apply a magnetic field to currents generated in a conductor, and when I did so, the low frequency gave audible notes.


      Radiant energy has uses that span from medically for treatment of muscular problems, through to domestically as small radiant heaters to get quick heat, in bathrooms for example. Why not check out just how much this natural bad boy can do for you? You may be pleasantly surprised.

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