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August 29, 2007

Nikola Tesla: Our Genius





Nikoli Tesla - The Forgotten Genius
Sunday, November 13, 2005 - FreeMarketNews.com

The story about Nikoli Tesla is the story of a genius who was largely disrespected and abused by other scientists and inventors -- many of whom stole his ideas and took credit for his discoveries. ...

Tesla's discovery of the rotating magnetic field produced by the interactions of two and three phase alternating currents in a motor winding was one of his most significant achievements of the century, and formed the basis of his induction motor and polyphase system for the generation and distribution of electricity. ...

In 1895, the Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company and General Electric Company joined forces to harness the power of Niagara Falls with electricity, using Tesla's technology. ...

Tesla's generation of electricity resulted in what is known as alternating current, or AC. In alternating current the polarity and strength of the energy is continuously changing or alternating. ...

To this day, the three-phase form of Tesla's polyphase system is still used for the generation and transmission of most electricity. Moreover, the conversion of electricity into mechanical power is made possible by updated versions of Tesla's three-phase and split phase motors. ...

Tesla's experiments with high frequency and high potential alternating currents resulted in the development of the "Tesla coil." This device is a transformer with an air core that has both its primary and secondary tuned in resonance. As part of other experiments Tesla also developed the precursors of modern neon and florescent lights. He constructed these lights, elongated glass tubes filled with gas and coated with phosphor, excited in his high voltage experiments. He also discovered that high voltage current could be made harmless by using an alternating current scheme at very large frequencies. ...

In 1943, the Supreme Court granted full rights to Tesla for the invention of radio, nullifying the claims of Marchese Gugliemo Marconi who had patented a two-tuned-circuit design and a more practical four-tuned-circuit modeled after Tesla's. Marconi's patent on the invention of radio was overturned by the U.S. Supreme Court because Tesla's work predated it (Case #369, 6/21/43). ...

Tesla's 1903 patents 723,188 and 725,605 contain the basic principles of the logical AND circuit element basic to all computers. ...

Tesla also envisioned a way to send electricity through the air and through the Earth so that electrical power would be available everywhere, even in remote corners of the planet. This technology, which was only understood by Tesla himself, was incorporated in another famous experiment in 1908, where Tesla attempted to remotely light up the sky over the North Pole as a way of demonstrating this wireless power transmission technology to the world. ... Many believe that Tesla's experiment that evening caused the world's largest man made explosion in the remote Siberian village of Tungusta. ...

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



So it is no surprise that the work of this man has been marginalized...or more correctly...suppressed

Not suppressed because they did not like him but because the powers that be realised the revolutionary potential of his discoveries and inventions. For one the newly formed electricity companies saw a great threat in his invention that allowed the transmission of electricity without wires across appliances and the invention of sending electric power using the ionosphere and the earth to considerable distances, further than cables. Anyone could therefore tap into it. Problem number one, how do you meter that electricity...you can't....so you can't bill it...therefore it would have made electricity more or less a free commodity. It is easy to see why his inventions had to be buried?

Also his generators were capable of producing then unheard of voltages, these generators could discharge to anywhere via the ionosphere. Because the voltage was so huge 9possibly higher than lightening) it caused such massive explosions. You can see what the military establishment would be very interested in grabbing that technology keeping that to themselves.

Tesla was a man ahead of his generation, way ahead. The nincompoops of his time did not see a genius before their very eyes. When he demonstrated lighting a sorte of bulbs from a generator WITHOUT a wire or cable connected to any of them thought he was just a clever magician. That is how ignorant those quacks were!

So it is not surprising that it was easy to build a campaign of ridicule against Tesla, that smeared his image in this dull public whilst at the same time stowing away his discoveries and inventions.

These campaigns were mainly successful because Tesla, being the genius he was, proposed things that at that time seemed impossible. He proposed that it was possible to send our likeness , images, using radio waves. Television! But imagine the crudes at that time ...they probably thought of him with the same contempt we treat UFOists today, very easy to ridicule.

He even proposed to build the ultimate weapon for the US army, which he had invented but no details are available about wree the patent or plans for the machine went. Hmmm.

Now today we can readily recognise the potency of his inventions but apparently a good number of his patents are reportedly inaccessible or missing. What a coincidence.

You see genius' are only celebrated when what they have to offer has no implications on the multi national industries and military establishments. That is why Isaac Einstein readily comes to mind when you think genius. His science did not clash with the establishment so you see it everywhere,,,besides very few people can actually REALLY understand his theories let alone put the to use.

Nikola Tesla also studied balls of lights and successfully produced them using his mega generator. He also studied the effects of electric fields and frequency on human physiology and behaviour after ne noticed that the townsfolk in the village that his transmission tower was built behaved differently after each time it was tested. It was only over half a century later that his discovery were looked at in the medical field. There have been unconfirmed reports of the use of this technology in Russia to affect behaviour during the cold war yet this man lived nearly a hundred years ago...

















Tesla's inventions are slowly seeing the light of day, though in a minuscule way, a hundred years later on in gadgets like the Visteon . Imagine what the world would be like had people only embraced his technology. You can only wonder.

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