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Proceedings of the 1992 International Tesla Symposium
This 1992 Tesla Symposium was held in Colorado Springs hosted by the International Tesla Society.
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Contents include: 'The Secret History of Wireless Communication' by Marc Seifer, 'Dr. Mahlon Loomis: Terra Alta's Neglected Discoverer of RF Communication' by Kenneth, James and Joel Corum, 'The Experiments of Kristian Birkeland' by James Hardesty, 'Practical Construction and Testing of Tesla Coils' by Sid Romero, 'Design and Construction of a 1/2 Wave Tesla Coil' by William Wysock, 'Tesla and the Magnifying Transmitter' by Kenneth and James Corum, 'The Black Hole Antenna' by John Sutton, 'Tesla Coil Instrumentation' by Gary Johnson, 'A New Tesla Coil Design Approach' by John Couture, 'The Energy Conserver Method' by George Wiseman, 'Electrostatics: A Key to Free Energy' by Dan Davidson, 'Tesla Technology Research Results' by Thomas Valone, 'The LaserCel' by Roger Billings, 'Harnessing the Wheelwork of Nature' by Walter Baumgartner, 'Progress in Zero-Point Energy Research' by Moray B. King, 'Non-Hertzian Effects on the Atomic Spectra of Water' by Glen Rein, 'Electromagnetic Energy from Antennas to Atoms' by Larry Spring and 'Thoughts on Tesla's Particle Beam Technology' by J.F.X. Daum
* Edition: First
* Pages: 200
* Publisher: International Tesla Society
* Date Published: July 23, 1992
* Language: English
* Binding: Hardcover
* ISBN-10: 0962039446
* ISBN-13: 9780962039447
* Dimensions: 11.25 x 8.75 x 0.75 inches
* Date Added: November 19, 2009
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It is only fitting that these biennial events be hosted in Colorado Springs where Tesla reached his zenith as he dared to confront the unknown.
Unlike many of his "peers", Tesla would constantly challenge the conventional wisdom of his day in a number of different fields. Now, a nearly a half century after his death, the conventional wisdom is still standing and is once again being challenged.
At the University of Graz, Tesla raised the issue utilizing AC power. Chastised and rebuked by his peers and his professor as being out in left field somewhere. Tesla went on to develop the Alternating Current motor which would bring the 20th Century home to millions!
Later, Tesla felt that if mankind wouldn't stop fighting one another, they should turn to robots to do the fighting and at least save themselves from bloodshed.
The result? The world's first automaton (complete with logic circuits and remote control) which was brushed aside by naval commanders as too advanced!
Radio, superior lightning protection, advanced lighting techniques, and the world's most efficient motor--the blade less turbine--are just a few of the elements comprising Tesla's legacy to the world.
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