If there is anything that I've learned from the history of Tesla, is that he was an empirical scientist...which means each and everyone of us is capable of learning his technology, we just have to experiment and learn from our observations(because no book or website is going to contain the information one seeks, it has to be arrived at on ones own).....the key in my opinion is not to reach conclusions prematurely, always perform follow up experiments and look for flaws in ones methods.
You don't need lots of power to accomplish the 'wireless', a small scale model can be built that will demonstrate the basic principles(and many other concepts other than the wireless), plus we have the advantage of semiconductors and sensitive measurement equipment, thus one can truly 'map out the field'.
The knowledge is out there, and it is easier to gain than one thinks. Textbooks and biographies can only answer so much, beyond that one has to experiment on their own to reach the answers one seeks.
'Whatever electricity is, it is a fact that it behaves like an incompressible fluid' - Nikola Tesla, The Problem of Increasing Human Energy
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