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Originally posted by IrVulture
I believe Tesla's wireless transmission of power DID work!, Maybe a little too well.
Has anyone else ever pondered the possibility, that the 1908 Tunguska event may have been caused by Tesla and his Wardenclyffe tower?
Just throwin' that out there...
BIG fan of Tesla by the way!
Originally posted by kingllama
Unless you were still alive back then, I don't know. I'm not even sure myself OldCurmudgeon. I believe nobody will know if this history is accurate, there has been so much disinformation since before our birth. I was using Tesla's struggle as an example of what happens to brilliant men looking for worldwide peace living in a world run by financially dominant globalists. The true message in my post is what matters most right now. What are we going to do to create a better world as a collective whole?
Gotta start somewhere, somehow.
Originally posted by NuminousCosmos
I have read a couple of books on Tesla and have always been interested in the "firsts" that he accomplished. For example, Marconi did not invent the radio. The US Supreme court has ruled to that effect-but it never ceases to piss me off.
However, Tesla refused to believe in Einstein's Special Theory of Relativity and couldn't even grasp the fundamentals of Quantum theory. His science was plain, simple, and to his mind-elegant.
It's one thing to blast thousands of volts of electricity through the air to light up an incandescent bulb, its another thing to transmit electricity all over the planet (which he would have done through ground and fluid conduction, not aerially). If free cosmic energy is so simple to do, why doesn't anyone have a working example of this tech?
Anyway, that's my two cents worth