Electricity to be Carried in Ice

New York Herald

Methods of transmitting electrical currents will be revolutionized if the results anticipated by Nikola Tesla from his most recent invention for the insulation of wires meet with the success in practice indicated by his experiments. There will then be no danger of deaths or injury by contact with live wires. It will be possible to transmit a current of high voltage hundreds of miles with no appreciable loss.

By cheapening the cost of electricity at the place where it is to be used all industries dependent upon electricity for their motive power may be carried on at a vastly less expense. These results will be accomplished by using an insulation of ice or other frozen material.

God's Creation Real
October 25, 1900

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