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They tried to make the world forget his name - Nikola Tesla the greatest Inventor of all time

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posted on Mar, 25 2010 @ 08:23 AM
Im not sure many people haven't heard of Nick Tesla. The question is, is do they know what he accomplished. Most people don't even know what Albert Einstein accomplished in his life. It would be a stretch for them to know what Nick Tesla did. TPTB keeps it hidden because they tried to set things in motion that we still don't have today, or do but are used as weapons.

posted on Mar, 25 2010 @ 08:30 AM
History text books need to be re-written and Edison needs to be exposed as a fraud and a cheat that he was. This guy is being hailed as an hero when in reality he was nothing but a thief.

posted on Mar, 25 2010 @ 08:40 AM
the only time i'd heard of Tesla was when i was busy building Tesla towers in Command & Conquer on the PC.

posted on Mar, 25 2010 @ 08:55 AM
You all crack me up..

Can someone point me to a site that has absolute PROOF that he invented some sort of Energy Weaponry, please?

In reality, if Edison have never employed Tesla, AC Electricity, may never have come to Fruition. Westinghouse Emloyed Tesla because Westinghouse knew and Understood the Advantages of AC electricity over DC Electricity.

Edison had a big war with Westinghouse and Tesla over which System was better and Edison started using Scare Tactics to scare the public over the using of AC over DC. Edison thought that his own system, which used DC, was far superior to AC Electricity.

Tesla is credited and holds Patents for a whole host of stuff that has to do with AC Electricity.

AC= Alternating Current.
DC=Direct Current.

posted on Mar, 25 2010 @ 09:07 AM
I've seen this before but thanks for bringing it to the communities attention and yes, it is very moving.

Tesla, is arguably the most important persons of the contemporary world. I lost a lot of faith in this world after researching his story and how it was suppressed from me as a student. If Tesla's story doesn't enrage the slave class then very few things will. As great as Tesla was, he's inadvertently destroyed my belief in my fellow man.

We could have free, wireless and abundant energy for crying out loud. Think about what that means. We could be living in a world of technological automation. Less labor would allow better education in the fields of science and thus further advances. Nanotechnology and genetic engineering would allow us to physically evolve beyond our current limitations. Copulation and other primitive necessitations such as eating, sleep and death would all become outmoded.

But no, the powers that be decided to suppress Tesla's innovations all in the name of making a buck and retaining a societal control that is essentially impermanent. We're forever destined to be walking, talking food-pipes with limbs driven by the neurosis of libido and legacy until we shrivel and die like decaying fruits.

I'd like to release my sphincter muscles on Morgans grave.

posted on Mar, 25 2010 @ 09:19 AM
reply to post by xxshadowfaxx

I was under the assumption that the room number was 3327, and that he insisted on any number in his life, including a hotel room number always being divisible by three?

posted on Mar, 25 2010 @ 09:22 AM
Yay! When I saw a Tesla thread I had to reply. He is definitely my hero. Tesla gives hope to every free thinker and tinkerer out there. Sometimes I wonder what it would have been like to meet him and have dinner with him at the Waldorf. Although, he probably wouldn't have shaken my hand due to cooties, but it would have been fun watching him divide his food into portions divisible by 3 and his over use of napkins.

posted on Mar, 25 2010 @ 09:26 AM
I came across an interesting web site the other day while doing patent searches. I'm pretty sure this is a fairly complete list of patents that Tesla filed.

One of the most interesting things about some of these patents is the fact that are basically quite simple. The man was definitely way ahead of his time.

There are a total of 136 patents listed on the page in downloadable .pdf format. Some of the patents are Canadian and British. Download and save them as well. You never know when those will disapper like the memory of what he contributed to humanity.

I would like to know if anyone has ever come across any more papers or patents that they would like to share?

I will upload the patents to the media vault today if they are not already there.


Nikola Tesla Patents - British, Canadian, American Patents

posted on Mar, 25 2010 @ 09:37 AM
I've said time after time that we need to rebuild that tower.

posted on Mar, 25 2010 @ 09:44 AM
reply to post by ZeuZZ

This man is and always has been my hero. He knew the world was NOT ready for time travel so he kept those secrets until his death. I believe time travel was the main reason everything was taken upon his death. His mental condition was NOT psychosis, but simply information overload for his human brain. The true genious of this man will never fully be known by the general population of the world due to the government hiding his most important inventions.
Thanks for remembering him in this post. Star for you.........

posted on Mar, 25 2010 @ 10:01 AM

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know did an episode on Tesla.

posted on Mar, 25 2010 @ 10:10 AM
reply to post by ZeuZZ

Good thread, S&F.

I would like to see more people share these types of videos, and I'd also like to see people share [true] stories about Tesla and give him the respect he deserves. Unfortunately, since the government has so much to do with his inventions, which by I mean they stole whatever was left after his death, we may never get the full truth about some things.

--Question though about the video-- They said he had developed a way to give unlimited power to everyone wireless? Is this really true, and if so how come we have not figured it out since his time and began to use it? I mean tptb obviously wouldn't want it used, but if some private backer supported someone these days they could easily re-create his invention -- assuming they understand how it worked.

posted on Mar, 25 2010 @ 10:15 AM
reply to post by Phage

You should be banned from having an opinion,a pure blasmer of science.

[edit on 25-3-2010 by Archirvion]

posted on Mar, 25 2010 @ 10:16 AM
reply to post by Magantice

His disclosed inventions/patents are worth reviewing:

Anomalies In the book "Tesla: Man Out of Time", there are references to missing patents[9]. Some patents of his experiments are lost to history, as well as some of the scientific notes and records pertaining to Tesla's patents. These, though, are alluded to in the redacted FBI files. The missing patents may be among effects seized by government agents and military intelligence officers following Tesla's death in 1943. In various patent logs, it is recorded Tesla received U.S. Patent 613,819 for "Filings Tube" (such as Charles Henry Sewall's "Wireless Telegraphy" (New York, 1904)).[10][11] This number does not match the U. S. Patent office records (that patent is issued to G. Kelly for an "Illuminating torch").

posted on Mar, 25 2010 @ 10:34 AM
Today Tesla would be designated as a schizophrenic and would be drugged to control his "hallucinations". I wonder how many people have been drugged so that Tesla's work may never be fully duplicated. People need to stay slaves and fully duplicating Tesla's work would run counter to this agenda.

posted on Mar, 25 2010 @ 10:36 AM

Originally posted by NeoAstra
Haha, i don't know about greatest inventor but he is sure top 5.
but S&F Tesla was a brilliant person who deserves more credibility

A brilliant person?
With all due respect, that's a bit of an understatement. Tesla was a super-genius, and I'm a jaded cynic who doesn't use the term 'genius' loosely.
He did stuff over a hundred years ago that MIT whizzes still don't fully understand, despite their saying many stories about Tesla are exagerrated.
There are some who say it's debatable whether or not he invented AC. He did.
He also invented the multi-phase systems to distribute the alternating current.
Unfortunately, he was also the kind of guy whose experiments resulted in mobs of pissed-off villagers with torches marching up the road to his lab.

posted on Mar, 25 2010 @ 10:45 AM
reply to post by Damian-007

Lets not forget that Tesla Declined to collect royalties on most of his alternating current patents, which would have made him the wealthiest person on the planet in a little over a year.

He didnt want AC to be only available to the rich, he wanted to help people have reliable power.

It kind of makes me mad though, because had he kept his hands in AC, the power companies might not have turned in to the "charge any damn thing we want" type of corporate monopolies.

reply to post by highlyoriginal

There are HUNDREDS of threads about how people have been Killed or silenced when trying to do things pertaining to free energy.

WHY would anyone give something away for free when they can just as easily charge you for it.

essentially, it would be too difficult to meter wireless power consumption, which means it would be hard to charge people, so the power companies will continue to do everything in their power to squash things like that.

Tesla never even finished Wardenclyffe Tower, which would have been a fairly definitive test of his wireless power transmission through the earth itself as a conductor, though it should be noted that he was able to transmit wirelessly over 50 Kilometers at his boulder Colorado Lab.

[edit on 25-3-2010 by drsmooth23]

posted on Mar, 25 2010 @ 10:50 AM
reply to post by vox2442

I find it amusing that the answer to your statement is within your second line.
You say thirty years ago Tesla was brought up in some psychics class who knows where. Well today is definitely a different day as all through my high school career tesla was never mentioned once . Nor could his name be found in even the best of science and physics books. Except for maybe a tiny mention when came to the unit of magnetic force named after him. Which only really resulted in seeing a capital T every once in a while. I'm sure many more could agree to that and only through my own studies was I able to learn anything of interest.

Tesla was absolutely brilliant, although plagued with many hardships and his own eccentricities. Through all of which we largely take for granted the things he wished to contribute to this world and the universe for that matter. I mean come on people all the things needed to create "free energy"(which mind you is not exactly free. As magnets degrade and copper holds only so many electrons.) is all there all you have to do is look or ask I understand the concept well enough, I believe. Also not to many people know about it but he also had an anti gravity flying ship. Much similar if not exactly like the silver discs seen throughout the world.

The hand drawn patent design, by the guy himself, can be found in pdf format through torrenting. As disgusting as it is to stomach it is sad to say that many of the inventions of his will never see the light of day so long as the energy and oil companies along with the gov. are walking hand in hand. No matter how many little companies try and get his tech out there( They either run into patent problems which are held by the us or visits from the blackies) they always fail. So unless someone wants or is willing to help build it d.y.i style and get it out to the community under the radar. If/When we get sent back to the stonies there will beno light to guide the way.

[edit on 25-3-2010 by consciencious observer]

posted on Mar, 25 2010 @ 10:58 AM
He may have been a great inventor, but he has caused the world a lot of grief. He didn't cause Katrina or the May 2008 China earthquake, but he made them possible. Maybe even Haiti though that is more likely from bunker buster bombs. Anyway, I never heard of Tessla in school either. Evil people will do whatever if they get their hands on power or on the inventions of well meaning people.

[edit on 25-3-2010 by m khan]

posted on Mar, 25 2010 @ 11:13 AM
reply to post by RamsOnTop

I guess this is the real problem with humanity. All credit, fame, name, etc are showered on people based on the money they make.
based on the the people they suck up to, based on values which mean absolutely nothing to life.

Sad, but i guess its time we stopped calling ourselves 'an intelligent life form' or our intelligence has raced passed us and we don't know what really to race for.

[edit on 25-3-2010 by letmeDANz]

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