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could it have been such an event ? could "HARRP" be used in such a way ? will we ever know? only time and deep investigating will tell.
Many believe that Tesla's experiment that evening caused the world's largest man made explosion in the remote Siberian village of Tungusta. Read more about that HERE.
If Tesla's power beam really did accidentally cause the Tungusta explosion, then we witnessed the first experimental use of the same weapon system has been developed by the US Department of Defense in Alaska's remote Poker Flats area, just North of Fairbanks. (See HAARP: A weapon of Total Destruction.) Although the capacity for destruction in Tesla's primitive prototype (some estimate equal to a large hydrogen bomb) was huge, this new military system is almost surely many magnitudes greater. Also, many similar systems have been deployed in a dozen specific locations around the globe -- presumably to be operated together for some undisclosed purpose. One can only hope that this new technology will be used for a peaceful purpose and that it will bring the respect for Tesla that has so far eluded him.
Originally posted by iforget
reply to post by trollz
Fair enough i guess I can see that, good thing it was never used again like say in ww2 where Russia was all but overrun
Originally posted by FreedomCommander
reply to post by Kino321
If it exploded in the sky, then why was there a force strong enough to cause a huge devastation of land, able to light up the sky for a period of time?
Originally posted by FreedomCommander
reply to post by woogleuk
But what about The Database? As well, do you know their history?
I'm trying my best to relate to any other event that happened like this and so far that I'm coming up with, this probably the only incident weapon/comet has ever cause so much damage.
Are you saying that meteors are capable of doing this? Because so far, history has proven not possible.edit on 9-9-2012 by FreedomCommander because: (no reason given)
TESLA'S WIRELESS TORPEDO Inventor Says He Did Show That It Worked Perfectly
To the Editor of The New York Times:
A report in the Times of this morning says that I have attained no practical results with my dirigible wireless torpedo. I have constructed such machines, and shown them in operation on frequent occasions. They have worked perfectly and everybody who saw them was amazed at their performance.
It is true that my efforts to have this novel means for attack and defense adopted by our Government have been unsuccessful, but this is no discredit to my invention. I have spent years in fruitless endeavor before the world recognized the value of my rotating field discoveries which are now universally applied. The time is not yet ripe for the telautomatic art. If its possibilities were appreciated the nations would not be building large battleships. Such a floating fortress may be safe against an ordinary torpedo, but would be helpless in a battle with a machine which carries twenty tons of explosive, moves swiftly underwater, and is controlled with precision by an operator beyond the range of the largest gun.
As to projecting wave-energy to any particular region of the globe, I have given a clear description of the means in technical publications. Not only can this be done by the means of my devices, but the spot at which the desired effect is to be produced can be calculated very closely, assuming the accepted terrestrial measurements to be correct. This, of course, is not the case. Up to this day we do not know a diameter of the globe within one thousand feet. My wireless plant will enable me to determine it within fifty feet or less, when it will be possible to rectify many geodetical data and make such calculations as those referred to with greater accuracy.
New York, March 19, 1907