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NICOLA TESLA - Genius Remembered

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tesla inventions wireless cell phones nicola tesla geniusIn 1931, on the occasion of his 75th birthday interview for the cover story of Time magazine, he said the following: "I think that nothing can be more important than interplanetary communication. It will certainly come some day, and the certitude that there are other human beings in the universe, working, suffering, struggling, like ourselves, will produce a magic effect on mankind and will form the foundation of a universal brotherhood that will last as long as humanity itself."
Tesla never gave up the idea of communicating with other worlds.

One of Tesla's fondest dreams was the transmission of power from station to station without the employment of any connecting wires Wireless Technology (Cell Phones) Nicola Tesla

Excerpts from the personal memoirs of Nikola Tesla Alien Signals in the Night

The Radio - Many still credit Marconi with the invention of radio, despite the Supreme Court decision which overruled the Marconi patent, awarding it to Tesla. In 1909, Guglielmo Marconi was awarded a Nobel Prize for his development of radio. From that point on, the history books refer to him as "the father of radio."

Inventions and Patents - The electricity for your computer comes from a Tesla-designed AC generator is sent through a Tesla transformer and gets to your house through 3-phase Tesla power. Some of The 700 Tesla Patents and Inventions include: Radio, Fluorescent lights, Radar, X-Rays, AC power (both 2-phase and 3-phase) The polyphase induction motor, hydroelectric generators, vacuum tubes, microwaves, broadcast power, rotary engines, the Tesla Coil and more

The Philadelphia Experiment and Tesla Coils for Military Cloaking - In the 1930's Nikola Tesla got involved with a group with was experimenting with moving through the Time/Space continuum. In the early 1930's, the University of Chicago investigated the possibility of invisibility through the use of electricity. In June of 1943, a Naval Destroyer called the USS Eldridge was fitted with experimental electronic equipment. According to reports it included two huge generators which were mounted near the forward gun turret and distributing their power through four Tesla coils mounted on the deck. Radio frequency transmitters, power amplifier tubes, modulation circuits, and an array of other specialized hardware were used to generate massive electromagnetic fields. The purpose was to properly configure the transmissions and in effect it would bend light and radio waves around the ship, thus making it invisible to any enemy forces.It is believed that the Philadelphia Experiment was mostly an investigation into how Einstein's Unified Field Theory for Gravitation and Electricity could be used in the development of electronic camouflage to keep naval ships from being seen by the enemy. The research was aimed at using intense electromagnetic fields to hide a ship from incoming torpedoes. This was later extended to include a study of creating radar invisibility by a similar field in the air rather than in the water. Nicola Tesla The Philadelphia Experiment


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