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Tesla's key?

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posted on Apr, 15 2008 @ 07:34 PM

I hear ya.. But i wanted to make a point to some folks that this isnt fringe science this is where society should have been goin 100 years ago. And the patent was just a "real" example of the iron bar mechanism for inductance tuning.

[edit on 15-4-2008 by Localjoe3]

posted on Apr, 15 2008 @ 07:39 PM
Thanks for checking it out. the prior patent 568,177 is a simpler device basicy the same but no variable inductance tuining. Both can be run from a 12 v battery.

Im very interested in the "3 6 9 " quote theres almost nothing documented about it. And then i spent a while looking at kryptos stuff as well. On a side note has anyone ever got a pic of kryptos just before sunset and i mean just before it goes down. To see what angle it hits and then what letters the light shines through or projects them. BETWEEN SUBTLE SHADING AND THE ABSENCE OF LIGHT LIES THE NUANCE OF IQLUSION
It was kinda cool to see a possible reference that deep in the cia.

posted on Apr, 15 2008 @ 08:15 PM

Originally posted by Localjoe3

I hear ya.. But i wanted to make a point to some folks that this isnt fringe science this is where society should have been goin 100 years ago. And the patent was just a "real" example of the iron bar mechanism for inductance.

Definitely not fringe, it is just made such in the popular literature so that people do not "dwell" into areas they are not supposed to. As long as they eat their cereal in the morning, pay their taxes and breed, it's cool.

But perhaps it's not an interest for many people as well. Last time I was at the Niagara Falls I took a photo of Tesla's monument there overlooking the Falls and some other people showed up to take a photo. When quizzed they had no clue who Tesla was whatsoever, they just thought the statue was "nice".

So I held a short lecture, the time you plug-in your hair dryer into the wall or turn the light on, this is the man you should thank for having the juice to run it.

posted on Apr, 15 2008 @ 10:48 PM

Originally posted by DemonisI spent about 3 hours on mine last night (Helio Ocean) and it was quite toasty.

MMMM yes toasty... Now imagine what those radio waves are doing to your brain cells... yup TOASTY... can we say MICROWAVE?

Perhaps its a conspiracy... make everyone stay tuned to their cell phone and burn out free will

posted on Apr, 17 2008 @ 07:29 AM
Thanks for the Tesla at the falls photos.
We should camp out around with signs that say this is Tesla, he built this place.
Still running after all these years.

My quote and comment about the iron bar is from author researcher
Lyne and the last up date I got was he inputs 60cps at the voltage
of K shell sensitivity and gets more power out. He mentions 60Watts
boiling water or some heating plus sparks to the ground.
One of his energy phenomena he likes to put in the face of Relativists.
The Hydrogen cycle, from gas to atoms to gas gives an excess of heat
1000 cal/gram atom, and the Helium spark response, gives 4 times the
heat of the Hydrogen cycle.

Some Tesla oscillators apparently are ingenious and seemingly complicated
as well.

So I was wondering if the experiment of Tesla were allowed to be
funded, what do you think the results would be.

I say some great energy devices and the UFO flight mechanism.
Apparently good reasons for never saying his name or funding the
electrical advantage, shall we say.

ED: Lets say oscillators so sensitive to vibrate and cause air gap
reluctance variations to control larger currents. Some how being
used by German Electro-U-boats and only classified by the Navy
within perhaps the last 30 to 40 years.

ED+: Lets say that education is schooling in reality, as far as the
physical sciences are concerned. The reality that Tesla knew can't be
that far removed from others being able to learn.

[edit on 4/17/2008 by TeslaandLyne]

[edit on 4/17/2008 by TeslaandLyne]

posted on Mar, 4 2011 @ 09:46 PM
The Tesla key is he is the little ol' gravity maker.
So his work will be around for a long time.

Forget about Free Energy because most people can come up
with a device of one type or another.

We already suspect Tesla made a dynamo powerful enough for a submarine.
Like made in Germany by 1945 found by US in the 1970s and I think mentioned
by Lyne in 1993.

Lots of copper wire seemed to be Tesla's thing.
In picking up voltage in the air as an antenna and transmitting voltage.
However electrical pulses send out pressure pulses and forming those are
important for certain effects. The plug-in radio tubes would come loose and
I saw one radio set that screwed down the tubes. Yes there are forces in

posted on Mar, 4 2011 @ 10:00 PM

Originally posted by Zykloner...i personally think Tesla is a qwasi scientist with no real good theories. The only reason he is so appealing is due to his strange "theories". [edit on 11-4-2008 by Zykloner]

Then throw away any AC motors, and disconnect the AC power from your house, before Tesla's weirdness contaminates you.

posted on Mar, 4 2011 @ 10:08 PM

Originally posted by mbkennel

Einstein brought the German A bomb design with him to America hoping
it to be used against Germany.

Huh? This is totally wrong.

Einstein knew absolutely nothing about the A-bomb design.

The just departed Wheeler & Bohr figured out how nuclear fission worked from hearing results from Meitner et al in Germany. Then Fermi & people figured out the reactor and many details.

When physicists described the nuclear chain reaction to Einstein he said supposedly "Hmmm, clever, I never thought of that."

The A-bomb secrets are fundamentally *experimental* and *engineering*. Not at all what Einstein was invovled in at that time.

I agree with that.
But what about the physicist that had Einstein write a letter to FDR.
Recall that bit of history.

He reviewed German bomb plans and thought the timing was critical.
Stolen German bomb plans that Einstein broght to America perhaps.
If so those plans were years old.
Did that make timing critical.
This is what we know.
Germany could have had the A bomb already by the time Einstein
wrote to FDR.
This is what we don't know but reasonable if the other knows are true.

posted on Mar, 4 2011 @ 10:19 PM

Originally posted by FewWorldOrder
Tesla, in a letter to the editor of the New York Times, April 21, 1908:

"When I spoke of future warfare I meant that it should be conducted by direct application of electrical waves without the use of aerial engines or other implements of destruction... This is not a dream. Even now wireless powerplants could be constructed by which any region on the globe might be rendered uninhabitable without subjecting other parts to serious danger or inconvenience."

...and nine days later ... The Tunguska Event!

Who Knows?...

I think Tesla was a true genius whos' work carries on today, though hidden in the world of the Military and Intelligence. I'm somewhat concerned by what Black Budget Weapons Systems utilizing Tesla's discoveries are currently, or soon to be brought, "On Line".

A book by Jerry E. Smith actually about, and titled "HAARP", has some interesting info on Tesla also.


Sounds like he exploded the sky (Tunguska) but didn't mean to.
He did want to light up the sky at night for ships at sea.
He did not expect a ether non relativistic gas effect like the mono atomic hydrogen process
to take place in the atmosphere from his agitating waves.
Tesla bounced around molecules until they lit up.
He thought he could do the same to the atmosphere but heated them into ether expansion and
then atomic explosion.

The force against waring people by electricrty is done perhaps in the same way.
Ed: Perhaps the biggest secret still today is that physical force is exhibited
by the Tesla generated waves.
Ed+: Yeah force enought to fly those UFOs at high speed.

edit on 3/4/2011 by TeslaandLyne because: (no reason given)

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