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OF USING TESLA
STANDING EARTH SURFACE POTENTIAL WAVES TO
PATCH THE EARTH'S OZONE HOLES
In 1974 F. Sherwood
Rowland and Mario Molina, chemists at the
the ozone holes form over the polar regions in their respective early Springs, then
grow in size and in the Anarctic break up into large
northward wandering fragments. Besides
the ozone holes, which are large extreme ozone depletion regions in the
stratosphere, there are the beginings of a general
thinning (lower density) of the ozone layer over the entire earth. From the currently observed damage trends we
should not be surprised to see a 25%
decrease in the current levels of phytoplankton in the Anarctic oceans and a smaller decrease in Arctic oceans by
2000 A.D. due to the continually increasing
UV - B damage. Since the phytoplankton are the base of the
food chain , a similar reduction in numbers of many
increasing ozone depletion problem when coupled together with our rapid planet
wide population increase, makes for a potential planet
wide food emergency. If we should be so
unfortunate to have one or more large volcanic eruptions such as the
Now that we have had a glimpse of how bad things may become, is there anything we can do to stop it, if the need should arise? Yes! First, not only halt CFC production, but halt the production of all gaseous chlorine compounds which add significant chlorine to the atmosphere. Good-by chlorine beach, good-by chlorinated swimming pools, hello ozonenated pools, like those in Europe, good-by and good riddance to chlorine drinking water, hello ozonenated water like they use in Europe, good-by spewing gaseous chlorine compounds from poorly regulated chemical processing plants, etc.. Secondly, the solution or temporary fix to our ozone depletion problem was discovered and verified by Nikola Tesla in experiments he conducted in 1899. You are familiar with Tesla's work. The 60 cycle polyphase electric power system we use today was invented / designed by Nikola Tesla.(4) The polyphase motors which do much of the work on our planet were also invented by Tesla. What you are probably not familiar with was Tesla's discovery that the entire planet surface can be used for both electrical energy storage and delivery. And it is this discovery which provides a method for creating large amounts of extra ozone at the bottom of the earth's ionosphere and top of the stratosphere to compensate for the ozone being lost in the stratosphere.
Nikola Tesla in 1893 told a meeting of the National
Electric Light Association that he believed it "practical to disturb, by
means of powerful machines, the electrostatic conditions of the earth, and thus
transmit intelligible signals, and perhaps, power". . . .
"It could not require a great amount of energy to produce a
disturbance perceptible at a great distance, or even all over the surface of the
earth." In May of 1899 Tesla
F = CN / 2L ; Equation 1
Figure 2G illustrates the standing voltage wave as it would be observed on an oscilloscope at any fixed point on the earth's surface that is not a node point, such as points 3, 4, and 5 in Figure 2B. The standing voltage wave form envelopes of Figures 2B,C,D,E and F illustrate / demark the maximum voltage amplitude as a function of position of voltage verses time wave forms, as those illustrated in Figure 2G.
To see how we intend to patch the ozone holes / layer consider Figures 3 and 4. Figure 3 illustrates the vertical structure of the earth's atmosphere. The earth's ozone depletion problem is occurring in the stratosphere. Directly above the stratosphere is the mesosphere. In the middle of the mesosphere the D - layer of the ionosphere occurs during day light hours. It is here in this D - layer we wish to use the electric field produced by the Tesla standing earth potential waves (see Figures 4A and B) to accelerate the free electrons (e) of the D - layer. We wish to accelerate these electrons to sufficient velocity (kinetic energy) to be able to do several things during collisions with oxygen molecules; first, to split oxygen molecules (O2) into free oxygen atoms as shown in Equation 2 and 3; secondly, to generate more free electrons for use in generating more free oxygen atoms as shown in Equations 3 and 4.
O2 + e -------------> O + O + e ; Equation 2
O2 + e -------------> O+ + O + 2e ; Equation 3
O2 + e -------------> O2+ + 2e ; Equation 4
After the free oxygen (O) is formed in the mesosphere it has a probability of combining with a oxygen molecule to form ozone as indicated in the chemical reaction of equation 5.
O2 + O + M ---------------> O3 + M ;
where M is an arbitrary molecule or atom required to conserve energy and momentum in the reaction. For example M could be N2 (nitrogen molecule), O2, O, NO, etc.. As the free oxygen atoms diffuse downward in the mesosphere toward the stratosphere the reaction of Equation 5 becomes highly probable. This newly formed "Tesla" ozone will absorb UV - B radiation and the amount of this "Tesla" ozone generated is determined by the amplitude (voltage) of the Tesla standing earth surface potential waves. To achieve efficient coupling between the electric fields of the Tesla standing waves and the free electrons in the daytime D - layer of the ionosphere, the wave length of the standing waves needs to be in the neighborhood of twice the distance (S) between the earth's surface and the bottom of the D - layer (see Figure 4A). To find the standing wave frequencies associated with this wavelength range we use a fundamental relationship between the frequency (F), the wavelength (W), and the speed of wave propagation (C), which holds for all types of wave motion. The fundamental relationship is that the product of the frequency and wavelength equals the wave propagation speed (C). This relationship is expressed mathematically in Equation 6.
C = WF ;
To find the approximate frequency range needed for ozone hole patching we let C equal the speed of light ( 3 x 108 meters / second ) and W equal to twice the distance ( S = 60 x 103 meters ) between the earth's surface and the bottom of the daytime D - layer of the ionosphere. Putting these values for C and W into Equation 6 and solving for F, we obtain F = 2,500 cycles per second. Now that we have an approximate frequency range for the needed standing voltage waves we can use that value of frequency in Equation 1 and solve for the oscillation mode (the value of N). Equation 7 is Equation 1 rearranged to solve for N.
N = 2LF / C ;
Putting in the values for L, F, and C into Equation 7 we obtain, N = 667.065. However, N must be an integer, so N in the neighborhood of N = 667 is what we desire. For example, values of N between 500 and 800 should work fine. In other words the earth has several hundred standing wave modes / frequencies that can be used to patch the ozone holes / layer.
2B, C, D, E and F which I used to illustrate the standing voltage wave
phenomenon were for standing voltage waves on a one dimensional circular
path. However, the earth is a two
dimensional spherical surface. What this
means is even though the frequencies given for the standing wave modes in
Equation 1 are also correct for a spherical surface, the amplitudes of the
standing wave envelopes in Figures 2B, C, D, E, and F are incorrect. Also, the number of
standing wave envelopes shown for a circular path are twice what they
are for a sphere of the same circumference.
In other words, for the case of a sphere, the standing wave envelopes of
Figures 2B,C,D,E, and F should be cut in half (terminate at L / 2 instead of
L). Figures 5A and B illustrate the
correct qualitative characteristics of the standing wave envelopes on a sphere
for large odd and even values of N.
What we see is that the standing wave amplitude decreases with distance
from the injection site until a distance of one fourth the circumference of the
earth has been reached and then the amplitude increases in the reverse manner
that it decreased until it is back to its original strength at one half the
earth circumference from the injection site on the opposing side of the
earth. By placing / building several
injection sites around the edge of the
This Tesla engineering fix for the ozone
holes / layer is straight forward, relatively
inexpensive, and can be implemented quickly.
The real potential problem in its implementation is its economic and
political implications. Once such a
Tesla fix is embarked upon, the entire world will realize that their current
power delivery system is not needed and can be replaced with a version of the
above described standing voltage wave system.
We do not need all of these millions of miles of power lines and associated
equipment and materials. We only need
standing voltage wave injection sites / plants at or near the power generation
sites and modern versions of the resonant power pickup circuit of Figure 1 at
your house / work place or on your vehicle / ship. When power can be efficiently transmitted
world wide from any local source, then we do not need all of the current
generating capacity we have now in the world.
For example, while
Now how much UV - B damage should the planet endure before the Tesla standing voltage wave ozone generation method is implemented?
send a copy of this article to your various government representatives,
along with your comments. And please,
keep in mind that the implementation costs of this Tesla ozone holes / layer
patch fix can be afforded by any single state in our union. Furthermore, the injection sites can be built
"Naked Planet" by Alan Weisman,
"Evidence for Large Upward Trends of Ultraviolet - B Radiation
Linked to Ozone Depletion" by J.B. Kerr and C.T. McElroy, Science, Vol.
"Record Low Global Ozone in 1992", Science, Vol. 260,
4) The following are Tesla's patents which are the basis for the current situation / conditions of electric power generation, transmission / distribution, and usage in the entire world.
395,748; 381,968; 381,969; 381,970; 382,279; 382,280; 382,281; 382,282; 390,413; 390,414;
390,415; 390,721; 390,820; 401,520; 405,858; 405,859; 406968; 413,353; 413,702; 413,703; 416,191; 416,192; 416,193; 416,194; 416,195; 417,794; 418,248; 424,036; 433,700; 433,701;
445,207; 455,067; 459,772; 464,666; 487,796; 511,559; 511,560; 511,915; 512,340; 524,426;
Problem of Increasing Human Energy" by Nikola
Tesla, Century Magazine, June 1900. Also
see similar Tesla article in Electrical World and Engineer,
information on obtaining English translations of Tesla's
7) Prodigal Genus: The Life of Nikola Tesla by John J. O'Neill, Published by Angriff Press, P.O. Box 2726, Hollywood, CA. 90028
8) Ibid. pp. 186 and 191.