If you read the article they are NOT sending electricity through the air so to speak but rather a magnetic frequency to a device that in turns generates its own power
Correct. The Magnetically coupled resonance would be what's needed to carry the current. I'm curious as to the exact technology because as some have asked what about more EMF. It's only talking about powering a laptop or phone, not running a coffee pot or anything, but that's still a lot of waves floating around.
That's the way a generator or alternator works though except the fields are spinning around each other rather than being transmitted. A wire wound armature thingy interacting with a spinning magnet thingy or an electronically magnetized thingy to make electrons flow through the spinning gizmo. In this case it would be a magnetic field being picked up by possibly a transformer like device, but more than likely some scientific gizmo that reacts like one.
Holy Crap! About 25 years ago or so I came across a book called "The Fire Came By" about the Tunguska explosion. Very cool to read about. I have never made or read about a possible connecion with Tesla.
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