Experiments and Research Related to the Work of Nikola Tesla

Two Types of Charges DemonstrationTesla was the ultimate fringe scientist. Through experiments, Tesla pushed the boundaries of technology, physics, and society way beyond the status quo. It is in the spirit of Nikola Tesla's brilliance that Tesla Coil Builder is presented to the world. The link in the menu, Known Tesla Publications, lists all the public writings of Nikola Tesla that we are aware of. The Tesla Patents link lists all the known patents of Nikola Tesla, and these patents are sorted by date, patent number, and category. Naturally, much of his more interesting notes were confiscated by the FBI at his death. However, a careful reading of Tesla's various writings reveal clues to some of his more interesting (and more fringe) ideas. David Thomson has spent decades studying the writings of Nikola Tesla, as well as many other scientists throughout the ages, and has developed a completely new foundation for physics as a result.

Aether Physics Model

This revolutionary theory begins with the observation that all charge is distributed; up until now, physicists have incorrectly notated charge as a single dimension relative to a single dimension of mass. Furthermore, there are two distinct manifestations of charges. This is all explained in detail in Secrets of the Aether, a 300 page book available free online.

As a result of distributed charge notation, the Aether Physics Model produces a mathematically correct Unified Force TheoryElectron Binding Energy Equation, and even a proposed correction for the NIST value of the neutron g-factor.

The Aether Physics Model also produces many more useful units than the Standard Model. For example, eddy current is a new mathematical unit equal to magnetic flux squared or angular momentum times resistance.

Aether is an important concept in the Aether Physics Model as it is non-material reality and contributes to the structure of subatomic particles.

The Aether Physics Model is easy to comprehend since it is an extension of Classical Mechanics.