Apparently Tesla never patented such a thing, at least not in the USA. Generally when that s happened, i ve noticed that either the technology wasn t viableMessage 1 of 62 , Sep 4, 2011View SourceApparently Tesla never patented such a thing, at least not in the USA. Generally when that's happened, i've noticed that either the technology wasn't viable after all, or Tesla didn't seem to think the world was ready for it. I remember reading one quote by him a long time ago to the effect that a whole planet could be resonated in a way that would cause its disintegration. In fact during the 80s one of the early Tesla Society conferences used an exploding planet as part of the logo. Not quite the effect we're looking for.
From: Ed Phillips
Sent: Sep 3, 2011 1:09 PM
Subject: Re: [usa-tesla] Tesla's earthquake machine
OK. Possible that they got it right and that the machine really is a myth rather than a free energy machine?? Don't remember any quotes from Tesla saying he got more power out than that which he put in, those seem to have been invented since him ..........................................
At 14:29 03 09 11, Ed Phillips wrote:
What did the program say about it?
Chris Swinson wrote:
Did anyone see this on mythbusters ? May well have been on before, though I
only saw it a couple of days ago...
Did they revisit that issue? I saw an episode that covered that,
months (if not years) ago. They went at it in an obviously ham-
fisted way, couldn't reproduce the effect, then pronounced the
myth "busted". But then they allowed that they might not have
been doing it right, right at the very end of the program.
-- Michael Riversong Tesla Academy Fort Collins, Colorado www.teslaacademy.info rivedu@...
... 10,000 Gauss == 1 Tesla in standard scientific units. (Didn t plan on being this late with the answer...) best dwpMessage 62 of 62 , Sep 15, 2011View Source
> Trivia:10,000 Gauss == 1 Tesla
> (Adapted from a crossword puzzle.)
> two five letter words.
> one is 10,000 of the other.
> both are famous scientists.
> (The mere fact that i post this HERE sort of implies
> ... 8)>>)
in standard scientific units.
(Didn't plan on being this late with the answer...)