Originally posted by Thequ1ck
Is a scam site. They promise you free energy in your back yard, and then ask you real money for the plans. No different in essence from those sites promising you a way to cut your car's petrol use in half using only a pair of magnets and their patented invention, plans $40, for you only, honest guv'.
Is a nutcase who claims to have invented something similar while meditating. No proof of its existence is forthcoming; as usual with such people, there's a lot of talk about patents. USA patents can be had for inventing the tinfoil hat.
Is sane and honest, but contains only speculation and quotation of rumours and vague statements by Tesla himself. As that is all the real information there is about this invention, this page is correct to speculate no further.
Lists some writings by Tesla himself, but unless there are some blueprints hidden among them, I don't see anything beyond what we already knew - which is vague hints and no technical plans.
Is an article from 1937. It shows an interesting sight into the man's mind, but no real technical content.
In short, there's a lot there which shows that Tesla thought this machine was possible, and nothing whatsoever that shows that he was right. He often wasn't, you know. He often was
, but he also often wasn't. That was his essential nature: not the plodder towards undisputed truth, but the visionary whose hits and misses could be equally spectacular. I wish Tesla's fans would recognise that great genius can easily go hand in hand with great delusions, and in Tesla's case, often did.