Questions about Wardenclyffe Tower and it's plausibility.... Hello! I have always been fascinated by Nikola Tesla (who hasn't? and other rare birds that share such innovation. I know the history of wireless electricity and that it is possible, and I know about Wardenclyffe Tower. I am however, NOT electrically inclined or educated. I understand that electricity is just energy and that the tower was just a form of amplifying such energy across great distances... yes? From what I understand, the tower was tested and expected to provide electricity in a 30 mile radius, is this correct? My question is: Do you think it is possible, as Tesla believed, to have a world wide network of free wireless electricity? Do you think with today's technology such towers could be produced... perhaps on smaller scales but with greater output? Thanks!!!!