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In 1894, before the Ford Model “T” had been created by Henry Ford, Tesla had already tested his (flying saucer propulsion) theory, as confirmed by statements to the FBI in 1943, by a New York socialite named Marguerite Merrington, who witnessed “metallic plate suspensions”24, in statements taken just after Tesla’s death and shown on a “List of Persons Associated With Nikola Tesla”.
The FBI/CIA censors missed this small reference, and failed to black it out.
Originally posted by iksose7
Great find! All i can say is that Tesla's ideas were way ahead of his time. Either that or we are right now way behind the times regarding public technology...
I suggested using an iron pipe and 15 kv transformer, based on Tesla’s use of an iron “antenna” in a Colorado Springs experiment. With an approx. .1 amp/120 volt input (12 watts), an output of 48 kw was achieved. Since the K-capture level of iron is 7,110 volts, I suggested tuning the two 7,500-volt legs to 7,110 with a variac (total voltage 14,220), at which the output jumped to 66 kw, a gain of over 38%.