Re: [Electronics_101] Re: Tesla
- On Sun, May 31, 2009 at 7:16 PM, Roland F. Harriston
> John F. Kennedy had an insatiable sex drive.Ah yes, Americas grestest sins, sex without the purpose of
> Fermi (A-Bomb fame) was a homosexual.
> In spite of all his greatness, Tesla died a pauper.
procreation, homosexuality, and poverty ;-)
> It seems that there is a directly proportionality betweenI don't think there must necessarily be a connection with
> greatness and weirdness.
greatness/fame, possibly it is just that the oddities of these men are
discussed at length and made public, while the oddities of most people
remain private. (Of course there may be some link to acting
extraordinarily and out of the norm in both private life and
> This Friday (on Science Channel), the show BRINK will have aI just saw the show BRINK and there's nothing really new. At least no new technology. They interviewed 2 groups of people. First group was from this SHOW / Theatre company:
> segment on wireless energy. I hope the COMING ATTRACTION was
> not all hype.
They essentially recreated Tesla's experiment by using 10 feet tall Tesla coil, and transmitting 1 million volts about 20 feet to light something that looks like 20 watt light bulb. Ooooo, Ahhhhh....
The second group was from this company:
The essential technology is induction. They say they are using tuned frequency for "sender" and "receiver". This basically removed LOCAL wires from wall to TV, Stereo, etc. This is NOT technology to remove long distance power transmission wires.
BOTTOM LINE: Tesla got this so wrong... (Sorry Tesla, You know I love ya...).