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(We dedicate this article in memory of John Ratzlaff and his wife, Mildred, whose kindness and open sharing have helped so many.) Tesla’s Wardenclyffe Tower technology might have a direct...


Wardenclyffe was Tesla's most grandiose plan! He built a power plant on Long Island, New York (now Shoreham) in 1902 with the intention of sending power wirelessly around the globe.


In cooperation with the Brookhaven Town Historic trust, an historical marker was dedicated and placed near the entrance of the Tesla Wardenclyffe Laboratory building in Shoreham, Long Island, New York...

Reported in the media as being suspected of being used by German spies, the tower was actually ordered to be destroyed to cover debts incurred by Tesla at the Waldorf Astoria where he lived for almost...


Westhinghouse, Church, Kerr & Company removed the machinery from the building, as part of their judgment of $23,500.


Tesla made great efforts to obtain funding for the Wardenclyffe project after J.P. Morgan withdrew his support, but was unsuccessful. Unable to pay his employees, he was forced to lay them off and...

"The New York Sun" reported the strange goings-on at Tesla's transmitter. It stated, "all sorts of lightning were flashed from the tall tower and poles," and "the air was filled with blinding streaks...


Construction finally begins for Tesla's most ambitious project, The World-Wide Wireless System known as Wardenclyffe Tower.

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