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5G networks may unwittingly realize Nikola Tesla’s dream of wireless power grids

At the height of his career, the pioneering electrical engineer Nikola Tesla became obsessed with an idea. He theorized that electricity could be transmitted wirelessly through the air at long distances – either via a series of strategically positioned towers, or hopping across a system of suspended balloons. Things didn’t go to plan, and Tesla’s ambitions for a wireless global electricity supply were never realized. But the theory itself wasn’t disproved: it would have simply required an extraordinary amount of power, much of which would have been wasted. Now, a research paper has suggested that the architects of the 5G…

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