Originally Posted by magibeg
I'm actually pretty sure it was nicolas tesla who came up with this idea first some decades ago.
Actually, almost a century ago
Correct that, he demonstrated it almost 120 years ago!
Tesla demonstrated "the transmission of electrical energy without wires" that depends upon electrical conductivity as early as 1891. The Tesla effect (named in honor of Tesla) is the archaic term for an application of this type of electrical conduction (that is, the movement of energy through space and matter; not just the production of voltage across a conductor).
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