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[Fwd: Re: Possible Tesla Device?]

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  • erickrieg@verizon.net
    The following email comes from crazy Jack who wants to identify a device he bought that may have come from Tesla s labs. Eric Krieg
    Message 1 of 1 , Feb 17, 2005
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      The following email comes from crazy Jack who wants to identify a device he bought that may have come from Tesla's labs.

      Eric Krieg
      www.phact.org/e/dennis4.html

      >
      > From: Josh8103579212@...
      > Date: 2005/02/17 Thu PM 04:02:08 EST
      > To: erickrieg@...
      > Subject: Re: Possible Tesla Device?
      >
      >
      > In a message dated 2/17/2005 1:47:18 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,
      > erickrieg@... writes:
      >
      > Jack,
      >
      > sounds like an interesting device. Give me a better description and I will
      > forward it to the tesla email list (which I maintain). I personally believe
      > had it been useful, people would be talking about the other many prototypes.
      > Most of the end of Tesla's life was pure insanity and delusion that never
      > worked and lost big money.
      >
      >
      >
      >
      > REPLY MORON I know personally relatives of Einstein's son both are high end
      > physicists one is in Houston and the other in LA and they stated Tesla
      > became Einstein's mentor after he came here in 33. The theory guy in LA to me was
      > not that sharp. But he did work with Einstein at Cal tech. when he was 13
      >
      > At the time I think the relationship was not know about. Do you want to call
      > them ? Goof ball Einstein and Tesla worked together on some serious
      > projects. As did Tesla and Marconi did also I knew nothing about Tesla until 5
      > years ago. Delphi's visionary chief scientist did not either but he is a big
      > fan now.
      >
      > IT is shaped like an electric motor and is Black and has a outlet 120 plug
      > built in the tag says
      >
      > 6VDC TO 115
      > ROTARY CONVERTER
      > 97 PROTOTYPE
      > N.T. LABS
      >
      >
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