The Secret Life of Lightning: The Science of Giant Tesla Coils

The Secret Life of Lightning: The Science of Giant Tesla Coils

Greg Leyh

About This Talk

September 26, 02017
Nikola Tesla’s wireless electrical system could help explain ongoing mysteries of how lightning works. It’s also makes an amazing high voltage spectacle. Bay Area citizen scientist Greg Leyh has built the largest
 Tesla coils in the world. He’ll explain how they work and
 why the next one he's building will be even bigger to help answer the scientific questions that have sparked his interest.

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