I know building a replicated model of this would be rather difficult and i have already come to understandhow dificult the detailed math involved just to get the electricity flowing at a certain resonating frequency before the primary coil is (by no means am i saying i understand this math though) [link] https://www.utc.edu/Faculty/Tatiana-Allen/Elecres.html . I know so far that in order to get the electricity to resonate i will have to have an AC current, an inductor followed by a capacitor folowed by a resistor. What i do not know is how each of these things work, let alone how they are supposed to work together to create the resonating frequency of 9.9MHz needed to replicate the experiment. I also understand that the two coils will need ferromagnetic cores in order to increase the project's efficiency. I know the two coils will need to be approximately 24" in diameter and in the experiment performed by the ITT crew they used a 110v 60 watt light bulb (if my mind serves me correctly). The link i provided is a site that i found earlier today explaining a resonating electric current and gives calculative formulas but i can't seem to make sense of it all. I have a high school education and am working to save up for college right now. But in the mean time i would like to learn more about this fascinating phenomina end welcome all the knowledge that anyone here can procure.