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Thanks for all the help over the past few weeks voting.  We're closing the vote now, but hopefully you'll be happy to hear that a resounding 83% of the (over 1,000!) votes were Yes.  We're now sharing our holding page, so please show your support and register your interest at the link below.  We're currently looking for investment and are hoping to launch the website early in the new year.  If you're interested in investing or know anyone that might be, then let us know!

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Visit us today at one of these links and show your support for the film. I share to see more people.

I am new to the community, although I have heard about Tesla and his creations nearly all my life.  The greatest criticism I have heard about this energy is that it doesn't have any current to be useful; despite being invented by the man who gave us alternating current power.  What kind of current are we talking with these devices and can they really be used to generate power.  I am interested for the purposes of creating my own power in case of emergencies-a type of generator.  Is this technology useful for this application?  I would also like to know the processes behind it. 
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