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Originally posted by jbmitchdont know how that happened
Originally posted by OEAOHOO
... i personally think Tesla is a qwasi scientist with no real good theories...
"Nikola Tesla was one of the greatest electrical inventors who ever lived. His technological achievements transformed America from a nation of isolated communities to a country connected by power grids where information was available upon demand. In the 20th century, it was Tesla's technology that united the United States and eventually the world.
EXACTLY! I love Tesla too, he was an absolute genius.
Originally posted by N_15L_S01
Given, there are some cons to using super magnets some possibly being ethical, I do believe the advancements will outweigh the costs. Einstein developed the bomb not as a weapon, but once he understood the importance of charting the Adam and splitting it, thus he reluctantly agreed. I am looking for the next Einstein to figure out how Tesla may have transferred energy through the ground without cables, because this is the key to the next leap of technologies/advanced sciences/theory and will get us that much closer to space/time travel.
If there is anyone out their with anything intelligent to contribute to this process of thought please do.
Originally posted by triplepointHe used vibration to shake stuff apart.
...Georges Lakhovsky was a true down to Earth engineer deeply grounded in scientific principles (the ones modern science has apparently forgotten about).
If you read Lakhovsky's book "Secret of Life" you will be amazed at the amount of things they have known about in 1920s, yet for some reason many people consider any year before WW II as some kind of dark ages.
Anyway, Lakhovsky invented MWO (Multiple Wave Oscillator) a device that basically harmonizes all the cells in your body all at once. In his book he displays incredible intuition about workings of a human body and connections between us and the environment and food we eat, first by presenting a hypothesis out of which he creates a theory that he afterwards proves in practical experiments.
Lakhovsky's focus was the cancer, as the most dreadful problem. Even back then many physicians were ringing bells about the escalation in cancer among population and wanted to do something about it.
On the other hand nowadays it appears all the doctors are totally docile and we have so called "cancer foundations" that collect vast amounts of money which is wasted into dead-end research that never produces real or tangible results - for a reason, they don't want to stop milking the cash cow else they'd all be out of work if they did "find" a cure for cancer.
I say "find" because many have in the past defined what the problem with cancer is, and I must say that Lakhovsky is a real star who does it so brilliantly in his book that we do not need to seek any further. He had done his homework and all the experiments to prove effectiveness of his treatments, yet it seems that factual data and clinical tests he amassed back then is totally ignored today (again for a reason, you don't want to cut off the hand that feeds you).
Georges Lakhovsky's work has been "peer" reviewed and published through his friend Professor d'Arsonval who had presented the works to the French Academy of Sciences back in the days.
The good professor had also worked with Lakhovsky in the Pasteur Institute where all the clinical trials had been done as well.
If you want to read a great book, then Georges Lakhovsky Secret of Life is it. You will learn more about vibration and frequency and how your body really works and tons of other details from it than from a dozen "modern" books and papers from physics and medicine.
Granted, they did not know about some things such as DNA back then, but you do now and you will be surprised when you connect the dots yourself - I know I was and it gave me an empowering feeling.
P.S. Sorry if this all sounded like I'm peddling the book, I am not affiliated with the publisher or the author. I am just so very thrilled to have read it because it did give me many clues and directions in my research.