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What if electricity could be transmitted wirelessly through an AC plug?
In a thought experiment, I imaged a standalone AC plug, which would have no wires on it at all. It would simultaneously pull out electricity, while also sending electricity back into the wall or a
device. It would modulate the energy, and the plug would hold some of the used electricity in reserve while the energy isn't being used, so that the energy can be used later.

Tesla coils would be implanted into my theoretical AC plug. The coils would control the flow of the electric current. Using the AC plug itself without plugging in appliances could send wireless
power throughout the home, which would be ideal for electronic and wireless devices. Maybe one day wireless appliances could use this AC plug as well. I based this on Nikola Tesla's Warrdenclyff
Tower.

Do you believe this experiment would work in your lifetime?
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