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Old 10-07-2013, 08:41 PM   #1
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In honor of Nikola Tesla's birthday today, I figured I'd share one of my favorite websites dedicated to him. Make sure you have a read through this if you haven't already. The world would be VASTLY different than it is today if his work hadn't been stonewalled, buried or stolen by greedy bankers and corporate leeches. If they hadn't destroyed the Free Energy tower he built in 1917 citing 'national security concerns', our GRANDPARENTS would have been the last people in existence that paid an energy bill or for things like gasoline. Can you imagine that? Not only would he have ended our dependence on fossil fuels, but he would have given us technology like wireless electricity, worldwide wifi, anti-gravity and even teleportation. (If you think I'm just kidding or exaggerating, then RESEARCH because I'm not)

As JP Morgan once said ''If everyone can draw on the power, then where do we put the meter?'' All they cared about was corporate profits back then, just like they still do today.

Nikola Tesla- Why he was the greatest geek that ever lived:
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Old 10-07-2013, 08:49 PM   #2
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It's his birthday....Google has disrespected his memory.
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Old 10-07-2013, 08:49 PM   #3
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"If you wish to understand the Universe, think of Energy, Frequency and Vibration." - Nikola Tesla

Nikola Tesla is responsible for some of the most important inventions in our history. Unfortunately, all his most important work was either wrongfully discredited, stolen, sabotaged, or buried by corrupt men who had only money and power on their minds. IF Tesla's work hadn't been mostly ruined, the world would be VASTLY different today.

Not only was Tesla an amazing inventor, but he had an incredible understanding of how the Universe really works. He tried to tell people about certain areas of 'Fringe Science' like Quantum Mechanics, Teleportation, etc, but the world just didnt want to listen. Back then, (and still quite often today) if you couldn't see something, most people won't believe it exists. Fact is, you can see less than 1% of the electromagnetic spectrum and hear less than 1% of the acoustic spectrum. Most humans truly are completely unaware of the energy that surrounds them.. AND ESPECIALLY, how to harness that energy.

Video: Old scientist talk about anti-gravity, time-travel, free energy, tesla tech, etc.
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Old 10-07-2013, 09:01 PM   #4
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A role model if ever there was one. Happy birthday.

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Old 11-07-2013, 11:47 AM   #6
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"We would have universal abundance." - Adam Trombly, New Energy Inventor

"Ere many generations pass, our machinery will be driven by power obtainable at any point in the universe. It is a mere question of time when men will succeed in attaching their machinery to the very wheelwork of nature." - Nikola Tesla, Inventor Alternating Current Motor

"If these new energy technologies were to be set free world-wide, the change would be profound; it would effect everybody: it would be applicable everywhere. These technologies are absolutely the most important thing that has happened in the history of the world." - Brian O’Leary, Physics Professor, NASA Astronaut

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Old 11-07-2013, 11:51 AM   #7
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The story of Nikola Tesla is one of the great personal tragedies of modern history. Arguably one of the greatest scientific geniuses of all time, Tesla faced poverty, slander and persecution during his lifetime. His numerous inventions and discoveries offered the potential to revolutionize the world, and when and where they were implemented, they did so. But Telsa came into conflict with Thomas Edison, America’s foremost inventor at the time, and Edison’s superior sense of business and advertising destroyed Tesla’s reputation and left him and many of his ideas frustrated and unfulfilled. Thankfully, with the rise of steampunk and a renewed interest in nineteenth century science, Tesla has come back into the public eye and, one hopes, will finally get the recognition he deserves.

Tesla was born in 1856 into a Serbian family living in the Austro-Hungarian Empire. From an early age, Tesla was fascinated with science and endeavored to become an engineer. When he immigrated to the United States in the 1880s, he brought with him an idea for a new and more efficient method of power generation known as Alternating Current (AC). He was introduced to Thomas Edison, then one of America’s most prestigious inventors and the man responsible for the incandescent light bulb being used increasingly throughout the United States. But Edison was not interested in helping Tesla develop Alternating Current, which would have represented a direct challenge to the Direct Current (DC) system of generation already in use by Edison. Instead, Edison hired Tesla to make improvements to the DC generation plants, allegedly offering $50,000 if the seemingly impossible task could be accomplished. When, far from failing, Tesla made an impressive overhaul of the generator design, Edison claimed that the offer of $50,000 had been a joke. Tesla promptly resigned.

Faced with financial hardship, Tesla was eventually reduced to digging ditches for the Edison company. In 1887, Tesla filed patents for his AC power generation technology. Soon after, he joined with industrialist George Westinghouse to try and realize the dream of AC power. Because of AC’s superior qualities, this represented a direct attack on Edison’s DC power. What followed was a competition known as the “War of the Currents.” Edison, already extremely adept at advertising and self-promotion, launched into a vicious propaganda campaign as he tried to brand AC power as inherently dangerous. In addition to his slander, Edison had a man named Professor Harold Brown travel around giving demonstrations of animals being electrocuted with Alternating Current on stage in front of audiences. (He even killed an elephant with it once) In 1890, Brown conducted the first electric chair execution, using an AC generator. Efforts were then made to have the technique of electrocution named “Westinghousing.”

In spite of Edison’s horrendous propaganda, in 1893, the Columbian Exhibition (a World’s Fair held in Chicago) was lit by a hundred thousand lamps powered by AC generators. In the end, Tesla and Westinghouse persevered, but the monetary damages imposed by the War of Currents robbed Tesla of his financial security.

The radical development of Alternating Current that set him so at odds with Edison was but one of Tesla’s many scientific accomplishments. Others included the discovery of wireless energy transmission, experiments with long-distance radio, x-ray photography, radio-based remote control, proto-robotics, radar, and even a death ray (which he invented with hope of ending war by making the invasion of a country impossible).

The tragedy of Tesla is profound. He was truly a genius and a visionary, and his death, alone and penniless, is both heartbreaking and unworthy of a man of his accomplishments and life-long altruism.

To learn more: Nikola Tesla vs Thomas Edison: How The Course Of History Was Changed -
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0iU7tOLGDa0

Nikola Tesla vs Thomas Edison -
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Old 11-07-2013, 11:59 AM   #8
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Its not just Edison. Some Italian guy(cant remember now but his last name starts with a M) stole his idea and took credit for inventing the radio. He always counted his steps(when walking), everything he did had to be dividable with 3(when eating, there had to be 3 forks, spoons etc.) also he use to "talk" with a dove he had. Fascinating man, but he was destroyed by jp morgans "loans" which he used for research. Some say that a member of his familiy could enter the vatican underground vaults.

Edit: He was born in a village called Smiljan
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Old 11-07-2013, 01:03 PM   #9
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"Not only would he have ended our dependence on fossil fuels, but he would have given us technology like wireless electricity, worldwide wifi, anti-gravity and even teleportation."

Except he became a chronic sufferer of what we'd now call Electrical Hypersensitivity. As a result of spending his life working with it, and developing it.

So maybe he wasn't so clever.
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Old 11-07-2013, 02:05 PM   #10
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Great thread OP.

It amazes me that so many people i talk to still dont know who Tesla is
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Old 11-07-2013, 03:00 PM   #11
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Great thread OP.

It amazes me that so many people i talk to still dont know who Tesla is
And slate his discoveries
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Old 11-07-2013, 03:02 PM   #12
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Lost Lightning: The Missing Secrets Of Nikola Tesla

A mystery surrounds Tesla. His contributions, which were great and many, have descended into obscurity. Why?

Nikola Tesla, a Serbian scientist born in Croatia, was a humanitarian, a US patriot, and yes, an unbridled genius, though he has often been personified as the quintessential mad scientist. Perhaps his only real misdeed was being born ahead of his time.

Tesla’s idea was to be able to provide power equally to all people on Earth. At this time there are 2 to 3 billion people on this planet that can’t go home at night and turn on the lights. The people that can’t are living in poverty.

Tesla saw that there was a division between the haves and the have-nots. And he was determined to make electrical power equally available to all people on this planet… as a gift.

This is the story of the man that time forgot and the US government which did no justice to him.

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Old 11-07-2013, 04:01 PM   #13
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Except he became a chronic sufferer of what we'd now call Electrical Hypersensitivity. As a result of spending his life working with it, and developing it.
Source please?
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Old 11-07-2013, 04:26 PM   #14
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Great thread Swamideva.

The repression of Nikola Tesla goes further than his mind blowing inventions, it also extends to his family and people.

Nikola Tesla was what we call a `Lika Serb'. He was born and raised in an area of what is now Croatia known as Lika which is in the Krajina or frontier. It was the frontier betw Christian Europe and the Muslim Ottoman Empire. The Krajina was majority Serb. Why?

Because in the 17th century the Austro Hungarian Arch Duke invited Christian Serbs to come to the Krajina as it had been laid waste by raiding Turks. These Serbs were being oppressed, living in Kosovo and Bosnia, which had already been conquered by the Turks. Serbs did not want to convert to Islam, so they came with their priests. It is known in Serbian history as The Great Migration.

The arrangement with the Austro-Hungarian Empire was that Krajina Serbs must have a mounted party ready to counter attack within 15 minutes of a raid by Turks. IOW Tesla was bred in a crucible of FIRE where only the strong survived. But even the strong were not able to resist when cut off and surrounded by Fascist Croats and German in WWII.

I grew up hearing about Tesla because my grandparents were Lika Serbs who emigrated to the US.

Tesla's father was a Serbian Orthodox priest and his mother was the daughter of a Serbian Orthodox priest.

During WWII Fascist Catholic Croats burned Tesla's family home and the church his father preached in to the ground. Hundreds of thousands of Croatian Serbs were put into what has been called the cruelest concentration camp in the world - Jascenovac. 600,000 Serbian men women and children died there. Google it. Their crime? They were Orthodox Christians and Vatican (Hitler's Pope) had ordained that Croatia was to be cleansed of Orthodox Serbs.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lWh_QYvKjYE


In 1995 during the civil war in former Yugoslavia, Serbs were again perhaps permanently forced out of Croatia, because they did not want to be a part of the new independent Croatia but wanted to remain with the union of then Yugoslavia. The Communist govt had rebuilt Tesla's family home but Croats burned it down AGAIN. They hated anything Serbian so much. Yet they will try to tell you Tesla was `Croatian' simply by fact that he was born on what is now Croat dirt. Yet the Croats burned his house TWICE.

Now the Croats have rebuilt the Tesla family home. Guess why? MONEY of course. Tourists from around the world want to visit the place Tesla was born!

Tesla's older brother died about age 12. Tesla says in his biography that his brother was smarter than he was. Can you imagine? If you consider that intelligence is inherited, think of all that was lost from the genetic pool when Lika Serbs were genocided at Jascenovac.

The original family name was DRAGANICH - Dragon's Son. The name Tesla was originally just a nickname meaning `axe' or `adze' because the family was known for its protuberant front teeth.

Was the Vatican trying to destroy the Tesla/Draganich bloodline?

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Source please?
Well, after 5 seconds searching on google, this came up, which references it:

http://www.lifeenergysolutions.com/b...itivity-tesla/

In the case of Tesla, it was reported in his biography written by his friend John O'Neill that he suffered greatly {from ES** in his later years:

"To doctor's he appeared at death's door. The strange manifestations he exhibited attracted the attention of a renowned physician, who declared that medical science could do nothing to aid him. One of the symptoms of the illness was an acute sensitivity of all the sense-organs. His senses had always been extremely keen, but this sensitivity was now so tremendously exaggerated that the effects were a form of torture. The ticking of a watch three rooms away sounded like the beat of hammers on an anvil. The vibration of ordinary city traffic, when transmitted through a chair or bench, pounded through his body. It was necessary to place the legs of his bed on rubber pads to eliminate the vibrations. Ordinary speech sounded like thunderous pandemonium. The slightest touch had the mental effect of a tremendous blow. A beam of sunlight shining on him produced the effect of an internal explosion. In the dark he could sense an object at a distance of a dozen feet by a peculiar creepy sensation in his forehead. His whole body was constantly wracked by twitches and tremors. His pulse, he said, would vary from a few feeble throbs per minute to more than a hundred and fifty. Throughout this mysterious illness he was fighting with a powerful desire to recover his normal condition. ".
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Yup, good thread its just a shame ppl dont know their facts, also I expected nationalist bigots to appear and right on time.
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http://www.environmentalhealth.ca/w97primer.html

A Primer On Electromagnetic Sensitivity
by Michael P. Milburn, PhD.

"....It is ironic that the first reported case of electrical sensitivity was that of Nikola Tesla, the Croatian-born American electrical engineer who played a crucial role in the development of modern electronics. "

Tesla was obviously bright enough to develop all sorts of technology, but given how he ended up, we can't automatically assume he'd have wanted the entire planet bathed in wi-fi and EMR.
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Its not just Edison. Some Italian guy(cant remember now but his last name starts with a M) stole his idea and took credit for inventing the radio. He always counted his steps(when walking), everything he did had to be dividable with 3(when eating, there had to be 3 forks, spoons etc.) also he use to "talk" with a dove he had. Fascinating man, but he was destroyed by jp morgans "loans" which he used for research. Some say that a member of his familiy could enter the vatican underground vaults.

Edit: He was born in a village called Smiljan
It was Guglielmo Marconi that ripped off Tesla's work.


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Tesla was embroiled in other problems at the time, but when Marconi won the Nobel Prize in 1911, Tesla was furious. He sued the Marconi Company for infringement in 1915, but was in no financial condition to litigate a case against a major corporation. It wasn't until 1943—a few months after Tesla's death— that the U.S. Supreme Court upheld Tesla's radio patent number 645,576.

http://www.pbs.org/tesla/ll/ll_whoradio.html

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^Let's face it; whether Tesla ES thing is true or not, given the proper funding and time, and well...not being sold out by everyone, I have no doubt that he would have found a way to counter this, a way for it to work without these problems. Which coincidentally we need NOW with literally every square inch of space we live in being bathed in various strengths of competing wifi. The more I hear about Tesla, the more I start to feel that an essential part of our races development has been "cut out" from us with what they did to Tesla.
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^Let's face it; whether Tesla ES thing is true or not, given the proper funding and time, and well...not being sold out by everyone, I have no doubt that he would have found a way to counter this, a way for it to work without these problems. Which coincidentally we need NOW with literally every square inch of space we live in being bathed in various strengths of competing wifi. The more I hear about Tesla, the more I start to feel that an essential part of our races development has been "cut out" from us with what they did to Tesla.
This thought crossed my mind too. Maybe he would have found an alternative way. Maybe he would have concluded that the risks on the public would have been too great, knowing what he knew about the effects. We'll never know, but I agree he was badly treated.
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