The mystery of Nikola Tesla’s death ray

Nikola Tesla’s so-called death ray would have been able to stop any air or ground interference in a given area. An invisible wall of electrical energy that would protect any country from invasion or any kind of attack was one of Tesla’s great inventions. It was never put into practice, although there are testimonies that assure that Tesla built a prototype.

Tesla intended to eliminate wars

Many of Tesla’s inventions were absolutely revolutionary for the prevailing knowledge at the time.

Their works focused on the transmission of electrical currents, particularly wirelessIn addition, he made important modifications and innovations in radio technology.

His biggest dream, however, was find a way to transmit unlimited energy directly through the air.

Throughout his life, he managed to develop a series of devices that could transmit electrical energy without the use of cables, but lack of funds always limited his research.

However, in 1934, Tesla publicly stated that he had succeeded in developing a new device with which he could take out enemies from miles away, using electricity exclusively.

Teleforce: Tesla’s famous death ray

Tesla called his new invention Teleforce and after everyone got to know its characteristics, a more aggressive name became popular: the death ray.

Tesla resisted being called that because, as he explained, his weapon did not emit raysbut it generated an electric field of conditions different from lightning.

the new weapon would project an invisible fence on the desired perimeter and would prevent any air or ground vehicle from crossing it.

Tesla’s intentions were peaceful, since he believed that if all states had this protective weapon, armed conflicts could be eliminated forever.

But Tesla could not get anyone to be interested in his project. Not even the governments of the United States and the Soviet Union agreed to support his invention.

However, in the year 1937, at a meeting in the Yugoslav embassy, ​​Tesla assured all those present that his invention needed financial support for its mass production. Also announced that he already had a prototype built by himselfand that it was a matter of a few months before he made his public presentation.

The world would never see such a demonstration, since Tesla was run over by a car and died in 1943, at the New Yorker Hotel.

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