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Author Topic: Wesley investigates Tesla Tower in Texas [Viziv and Baylor University  (Read 1834 times)
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repost from Wesley at Stefan's
when you see phrase : please look at  it as  a quote from source.
I simply wanted at first to place all information in one folder prior to analyzing it

More about:Viziv  formerTEXZON    Texzon commercial https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7mZErR_ZR3E&feature=youtu.be
Note: some  of the material may be not in line with  reality.
It is big money powerful names, huge backup, and a lot of secrecy.
However it is American  technology not Russian technology
And  by that there is significant interest  in this area.
Controversy is high and activity of elements  in opposition  is even higher.
My comment is  in form of scripting and does not yet reveal my position in this area.

Viziv wireless high efficiency Power transmitting technology.

1.Viziv is  the successor if TEXZON

2.Texzon Technologies, LLC Request for Part 5 Experimental License ELS File No. 0924-EX-CN-2017 https://apps.fcc.gov/els/GetAtt.html?id=202374&x

3. they use Zenneck wave  propagation as means of communication with the remote of  fix load ( cars , houses)

4.TEXZON TECHNOLOGIES CONFERENCE PAPER [DRAFT DATE: March 23, 2016] SURFACE WAVES *AND THE‘CRUCIAL’PROPAGATION EXPERIMENT http://vizivtechnologies.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/TEXZON_Baylor_Corum16.pdf
4a.THE MICROGRID UNPLUGGED:  ENERGY SURETY VIA WIRELESS POWER  http://vizivtechnologies.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/TWP-Paper-10-3-2017.pdf

5.Milford testing facility, tower seeks to send signals worldwide http://www.waxahachietx.com/news/20180611/milford-testing-facility-tower-seeks-to-send-signals-worldwide

6. Significant activity of Russian trolls is seen here https://www.reddit.com/r/conspiracy/comments/9c06aa/drove_by_this_strange_object_today/

7. Address of facility from point# 7:  IH-35 in Milford, Texas near Dale Acres Rd

8.location of tower look at map and picture below ( this information  might be misleading  occupied by Russian trolls  blog)
  https://www.google.com/maps/place/32%C2%B008'57.3%22N+96%C2%B056'31.2%22W/@32.14908,-96.9420261,190m/data=!3m1!1e3!4m6!3m5!1s0x0:0x0!7e2!8m2!3d32.1492354!4d-  96.9420111

9. web site of  VIZIV http://vizivtechnologies.com/news/viziv-technologies-llc-partners-baylor-university-develop-potentially-revolutionary-electrical-distribution-technology/

10.Baylor University    publication about Viziv https://www.baylor.edu/research/news.php?action=story&story=202541
10a.Wireless power distribution goal of firm's Baylor partnership https://www.wacotrib.com/news/business/wireless-power-distribution-goal-of-firm-s-baylor-partnership/article_84a1f458-0f56-5f96-affe-92c7349120e0.html

11. Zenneck Wave explanation https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zenneck_wave

12.Excitation and use of guided surface wave modes on lossy media Abstract: https://patents.google.com/patent/US9912031B2/en

13.Application of power multiplication to electric power distribution https://patents.google.com/patent/US7969042

14. Total Funding Amount  of  Viziv  $38.3M   https://www.crunchbase.com/organization/texzon#section-overview   


    This guy owns the patent:https://www.teslasociety.com/corum.htm

  please look at  it as  a quote from source.     Dr. James F Corum


    Ken Corum is currently chief scientist for TEXZON Technologies in Red Oak, Texas, where his research is finding practical applications.  https://www.evangel.edu/press_releases/2017/03/25/tesla-wireless-electricity-corum/

please look at  it as  a quote from source.

17.Viziv  Founding rounds https://www.crunchbase.com/search/funding_rounds/field/organizations/last_funding_type/texzon


    Dr. James F Corum looks at the Philadelphia experiment through the critical eyes of a scientist.

relate this to point#15


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AGglyC8QEnk&feature=youtu.be   Dr. James F Corum looks at the Philadelphia experiment

please look at  it as  a quote from source.


    Philadelphia Experiment Al Bielek  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QoJzt_FR7zc&feature=youtu.be

please look at  it as  a quote from source.


    Montauk Project   Al Bielek https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8BOsC2CrLfo&feature=youtu.be

please look at  it as  a quote from source.

22. Viziv: about us: http://vizivtechnologies.com/about-us/

23. I see it as not related but interesting :Superconducting Super Collider https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Superconducting_Super_Collider



    They are straight up building what Tesla said could be done years ago.
    A Texas company pushing to commercialize an idea championed by famed inventor Nikola Tesla more than a century ago has recruited help from Baylor University.
    Viziv Technologies will be getting help from Baylor students and instructors as it works to develop a way to distribute electricity wirelessly over long distances.

    The company’s work focuses on the use of “a phenomenon known as a Zenneck surface wave to transmit electromagnetic waves along the interface of earth and air,”
    according to a Baylor press release announcing the partnership.
    Viziv is also working to develop use of Zenneck waves in communication, navigation and sensing, according to the press release.
    It leases about 3,000 square feet in the 330,000-square-foot Baylor Research and Innovation Collaborative, where it has done research since 2013.
    It has a total of about 30 employees between locations here and in Waxahachie and Milford.
    “History is replete with examples of the power of people and organizations coming together to do what would be impossible individually,”
    President and CEO Michael Miller wrote in the press release.
    The company is backed by more than $50 million from investors, spokesman Michael Taylor said.
    This will be its first partnership with a university.
    Good fit Baylor’s strong programs in electromagnets and power systems make the partnership a good fit,
    Viziv Chief Technology Officer Randall Jean wrote in the press release.
    “As an electrical and computer engineering professor at Baylor, my colleagues and
    I were among the first to move our research into the BRIC in 2013,” Jean wrote.
    The Zenneck surface waves the company hopes to develop commercial uses for are “unaffected by lightning, geomagnetic disturbances,
     solar flares or electromagnetic pulses such as those generated by a nuclear blast,” and are “virtually impervious” to the physical attacks
    and cascading failures during peak use that threaten the power grid, according to the press release.
    “Currently about 17 percent of the world’s population have no access to electrical power, and for many more people, availability is
    spotty and unreliable,” Baylor Vice Provost for Research Truell Hyde wrote in the press release.
    “This technology has the potential to raise the standard of living for people around the world. Who wouldn’t want to be a part of something like that?”
    Viziv expects to double its employment over the next year, the press release states.
    “We had a short-term agreement with Baylor to begin work and now have seen the arrangement extended,” Taylor said.
    “Our ultimate goal is to commercialize as many applications as possible. We have a number in the works but would prefer to keep those internally at this time.”
    The Baylor Research and Innovation Collaborative now has seven relationships with the private sector, including
     L3 Technologies, which employs about 900 people locally, said Whitney Richter, spokeswoman in Baylor’s Office of the Vice Provost for Research.

quote from https://www.reddit.com/user/Tha_Dude_Abidez


According to the website of the Waxahachie-based company website, Viziv Technologies is a pioneer in the field of electromagnetic wave propagation,

    power storage, and electricity distribution. One of the technologies under development by Viziv is to create wireless power systems.

    The site notes the company has a portfolio of more than 65 U.S. and international patents.
Testing at the tower and laborites in Milford will start in the fourth quarter of this year.

    The Federal Communications Commission has already established the ranges of frequencies that will be used in the test.

    The frequencies range are in use in the public and private sector.
“We will be doing interval testing that will be several minutes in nature in the beginning,” Taylor explained.

    “As we progress and fine-tune the system we will be extending (the test) where it could go for days and even weeks at a time to test the ruggedness of the system and its components.”
Taylor explained the field strength used in tests is comparable to an AM radio and poses no danger to people or animals.
     The test will work to establish a global signal at a very low frequency from a single location without using repeaters.
Thirty field intensity-monitoring stations placed at different sites around the planet will collect data from the tests.

    Information gathered from these sites will be set back to be evaluated through a secured Internet and allow Viziv to gauge the signal’s strength.
“Testing could range anywhere from six months to a year, just depending on how they go and what we see,” Taylor stated.

    “Then we will move on to the second and third major phases, which is the testing on the tower on Milford. Those revolve around other applications with the potential for energy transfer.”

    Taylor states some of the potential uses for the technology are in the areas of regional and global positioning systems, radio navigation, and very low-frequency radio communication.

    This type of radio communication is not used for audio transmissions but to send small data packets.

    He noted the U.S. Navy uses VLF radio to communicate with submarines and can be used to send a signal like Morse code.

quote   from forum by F4STW4LKER

To all:
I DO NO WANT the important to this community set of information,
To be unnoticed  due to  set of posts not related to
Power station of Viziv
and our general knowledge in this area.
Please go to :

Information listed:
There is  enough for you to start to understand what  that  multi million dollars  Tesla like structure is about.
look at photographs
look at  Viziv patent applications
look at institutions, army generals, investors involved and listed there ( in links)
If the project works  we have revolution in world economy and infrastructure

and :
We may expect also Russian competitive oil market to be  eliminated from US economy pretty soon as electric cars
could be charged during their moving time all around the world

anything what is done in big scale must work in small scale
So what one can do - you can do it too.

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« Last Edit: 2018-11-01, 14:49:50 by Chet K »

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The Zenneck Surface Wave bears a strong resemblance to the
ELF/VLF Radio Transmitters employed by the Navy to communicate
with submerged submarines across the entire globe.

They're now all out of service since the advent of Satellite
High Speed and Bandwidth Communications but in their
heyday transmitted millions of watts of Low Speed Radio-
Telegraph signals via ELF/VLF from several locations.

By the way, Tesla's promotion of electrical transmission through
the air by means of his tower was cover for its true purpose.  Tesla
was entirely dependent upon benefactor support for all of his
projects and had to conceal his real effort;  to extract Free Energy
from the Atmospheric Electrical Charge and provide it at very
low cost to the public.  Once Tesla's very wealthy supporters
discovered his true motivations, all monetary support was immediately
withdrawn and his Tower Project died.  They saw his concealed
true effort a threat to their very lucrative power generation and
distribution enterprises which provided costly electricity to their
local grids.  The Love of Money eschews competition.

For there is nothing hidden that will not be disclosed, and nothing concealed that will not be known or brought out into the open.
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I believe Brad's dad held [company still holds] The patents on The Submarine  "technique"

more from Wesley



literature to dig at:
 Sommerfeld, Arnold, "Uber die Ausbreitung der Wellen in der Drahtlosen Telegraphie" (Tr. The Propagation of Waves in Wireless Telegraphy), Ann. Physik [4] 28, 665 (1909); 62, 95 (1920); 81, 1135 (1926).

 Zenneck, Jonathan, "Über die Fortpflanzung ebener elektromagnetischer Wellen längs einer ebenen Leiterfläche und ihre Beziehung zur drahtlosen Telegraphie" (Tr. "About the propagation of electromagnetic plane waves along a conductor plane and their relationship to wireless telegraphy"), Ann. Physik [4] 23, 846 (1907).

 Goubau, G., "Über die Zennecksche Bodenwelle," (Tr. On the Zenneck Surface Wave), Zeitschrift für Angewandte Physik, Vol. 3, 1951, Nrs. 3/4, pp. 103-107.

 Barlow, H.; Brown, J. (1962). "II Conditions for the Support of Surface Waves at an Interface Between Two Different Homogeneous Media". Radio Surface Waves. London: Oxford University Press. pp. 10–12.

 Collin, R.E. (2004). "Hertzian Dipole Radiating Over a Lossy Earth or Sea: Some Early and Late 20th Century Controversies," IEEE Antennas and Propagation Magazine, vol. 46, No. 2, April 2004, pp. 64-79. "There is no sign error . . . The famous 'sign error' is a myth."

 Corum, K.L., M.W. Miller, and J.F. Corum, "Surface Waves and the 'Crucial' Propagation Experiment," Proceedings of the Texas Symposium on Wireless & Microwave Circuits & Systems, IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society, Baylor University, Waco, Texas, March 31-April 1, 2016.

 Corum, K.L. and J.F. Corum, “Bell Labs and the ‘Crucial’ 1936 Seneca Lake Experiment.” (Published in Nikola Tesla’s Electricity Unplugged as “Bell Labs and the Radio Surface Wave Propagation Experiment,” Thomas Valone, Ed., Adventures Unlimited Press, 2016.) "Any source that can synthesize fields incident at this complex angle will launch a Zenneck wave."

 Barlow, H.; Brown, J. (1962). Radio Surface Waves. London: Oxford University Press. pp. v, vii.

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Hello All.

We had an installation in North Wales for the VLF/ELF system, I remember whilst doing routine maintenance at the
33/11 Kv substation the transformer would literally growl the coded messages at just over a megawatt!!

I'm intrigued, are these the Corum's that successfully reproduced Tesla's " Fireballs " ?

Cheers Graham.

Nanny state ? Left at the gate !! :)
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I believe these two are the same Corum Bros

remarkable fellows indeed.


the one Brother is close to me in NE USA

would be nice to chat with him  ^-^

and these fellows are in Queens [Ridgewood Queens NYC  Tesla society

« Last Edit: 2018-11-11, 15:03:47 by Chet K »
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and here it is
Thx to Luc for link

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