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Originally posted by Distortion
That was boring and not informative at all. You can find parallels everywhere between things, they just flashed symbols and pictures that had no correlation with each other at all and say its from some NWO power.
Originally posted by Latter Day
....That was pretty informative....for me at least, Just out of curuiousity what ever happen to the Wireless Power Plant that Tesla invented?..... it was mentioned in the video..
various devices that use rotating magnetic fields (1882)
induction motor and "high" frequency alternator
means for increasing the intensity of electrical oscillations
alternating current long-distance electrical transmission system (1888) 
systems for wireless communication (prior art for the invention of radio) and radio frequency oscillators
robotics and the "AND" logic gate 
X-rays Tubes using the bremsstrahlung process
devices for ionized gases
devices for high field emission
devices for charged particle beams
methods for providing extremely low level of resistance to the passage of electrical current (predecessor to superconductivity)
voltage multiplication circuitry
devices for high voltage discharges
devices for lightning protection
Dynamic theory of gravity
concepts for electric vehicles
In 1915, legal ownership of the Wardenclyffe property was transferred to George Boldt for a $20,000 debt. Demolition and salvaging of the tower occurred in 1917. However, the main building remains standing to this day. Tesla was not in New York during the tower's destruction. George Boldt wished to make the property available for sale. New York papers reported that the tower had been destroyed by order of the government to prevent its use by foreign agents. In 1917, the United States government may have aided the destruction of the Wardenclyffe Tower, ostensibly because it was believed it could provide a navigational landmark for German submarines. The facts neither support nor discount either claim.