A much of the modern technology that we take for granted was developed by Nikola Tesla.
It follows that it is not surprising that Tesla also experimented with flying and perhaps antigravity. In fact, his final invention (#6,555,114), issued in 1928, was for a flying device that resembled both an airplane and a helicopter.
Tesla apparently created blueprints for a spaceship’s engine before he passed away. He referred to it as the Space Drive or anti-electromagnetic field drive.
Tesla gave a lecture on his Dynamic Theory of Gravity on May 12, 1938, for the Institute of Immigrant Welfare, according to William R. Lyne in Occult Ether Physics (Creatopia Productions). This was “one of two far-reaching discoveries, which I carried out in complete details in the years 1893 and 1894,” Tesla stated in his presentation.
Due to the fact that Tesla’s papers are kept in government vaults for the sake of national security, Lyne determined while investigating Tesla’s words that more comprehensive statements of these findings could only be extracted from sporadic and scant sources. At the National Security Research Center (now the Robert J. Oppenheimer Research Center) in 1979, Lyne expressly requested access to these files but was refused since they were still secret.
Tesla stated that he was making progress on the project and anticipated to present the idea to the public very soon in his 1938 presentation.
Gravitational dynamics theory
When this field of force is assumed, the idea of space curvature is eliminated (a la Einstein); the ether plays a crucial role in the occurrences (of universal gravity, inertia, momentum, and movement of heavenly bodies, as well as all atomic and molecular matter).
Other than the energy that comes from the environment, matter has no internal energy. (Which contradicts Einstein’s equation E=mc2).
On his 79th birthday (1935), Tesla made his customary birthday announcement and briefly mentioned the theory, claiming that it applied to molecules, atoms, and the largest celestial bodies in addition to “…all matter in the universe in any phase of its existence from its very formation to its ultimate disintegration.”
Tesla described his Dynamic Theory of Gravity in an essay titled Man’s Greatest Achievement, claiming that the luminiferous ether covers all space. The ether is affected by the life-giving creative energy, which causes it to be accelerated to almost the speed of light and flung into “infinitesimal whirls” (or “micro helices”), where it becomes ponderable substance. Matter transforms back into the ether as the force dissipates and the motion stops (a process known as “atomic decay”).
Man can use these mechanisms to: assemble material out of nothing. With the resulting matter and energy, he can create anything he wishes. alter the size of the earth. govern the seasons on earth (weather control). Set the course of the planet as a spacecraft across the universe. cause new suns, stars, heat, and light to be produced as a result of planet impacts. create and nurture life in all its forms.
Instead of speaking at a dinner gathering when he was 82, Tesla wrote a statement. Even though he had just been hit by a car, it was clear that his mind was still sharp enough to challenge Einstein’s theory of relativity.
I’ve developed a dynamic theory of gravity and want to share it with the world very soon.
It ends idle conjecture and incorrect ideas, such as the idea that space is curved, by fully explaining the origins of this force and the motions of celestial bodies affected by it.
The relativists assert that because of some innate quality or because celestial bodies are present, space has a propensity to curve.
Even if we give this wonderful concept any sort of realism, it still contradicts itself quite a bit. Every action has a corresponding response, and the latter’s effects are diametrically opposed to the former. It seems to my basic understanding that the curved spaces must react on the bodies and, having the opposite effects, straighten out the curves if the bodies operate upon the surrounding space, causing curvature of the same. Since action and response coexist, the alleged curvature of space is completely implausible. Even if it did, it couldn’t account for the observed movements of the bodies. They can only be explained by the presence of a field of force, and this presumption does away with space curvature. All writing on the subject is pointless and doomed to obscurity.
The fact that Tesla never published his dynamic theory of gravity is a tremendous shame.
According to contemporary theories of gravity, when a heavy object moves, gravitational waves are produced that travel at the speed of light. Many other forms of waves act similarly to how these gravitational waves do. All of Tesla’s most significant discoveries were based on wave theory. He has always believed that the study of sound, light, heat, X-rays, and radio waves can be accomplished using the same type of mathematics.
He had apparently extended this thought to gravity based on his disagreements with Einstein.
He was shown to be accurate in the 1980s. The existence of gravity waves was established through research on energy loss in the twin neutron star pulsar PSR 1913 + 16. More people now believe Tesla’s theory that gravity is a field effect than Einstein did.
Sadly, Tesla never explained how he arrived at this conclusion.
He never gave the world an explanation of his gravitational theory. The scientific community at the time thought his criticism of Einstein’s work was ridiculous, and it wasn’t until recently that we have enough knowledge about gravity to see that he was correct.