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Re: [free_energy] Good Explanation of Tesla "non-Hertzian" Waves

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  • eric krieg
    I believe there are a number of fringe books about Tesla that make the guy look like some sort of god. He did great things early on and didn t get credit for
    Message 1 of 1 , May 15, 2003
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      I believe there are a number of fringe books about Tesla that make
      the guy look like some sort of god. He did great things early on and
      didn't get credit for it, but much of his later work was investor-draining
      nonsense. The books just try to spin rumors around the failures. I
      have not heard much new from the group trying to resurrect the "tesla
      turbine". Next week, Dennis Lee (who bought the bankrupt Tesla
      society) is going to do another demonstration of remote power
      transmission . . . only showing milliwatts transmitted at poor
      efficiencies.


      On Thu, 15 May 2003 03:09:54 -0000, "Gary S."
      <garys_2k@...> wrote :

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      > This is about the best explanation I've ever seen about what Tesla
      <BR>
      > thought he was onto with his proposals for power transmission <BR>
      > via "non-Hertzian" waves. It clearly discusses the
      differences <BR>
      > between near-field and far-field transmissions and how they work
      <BR>
      > (reactive v. real power, but as specifically applied to air <BR>
      > transmission instead of powerline). A good read:<BR>
      > <BR>
      > <a href="http://205.243.100.155/frames/Non-
      Herzian_Waves.html">http://205.243.100.155/frames/Non-
      Herzian_Waves.html</a><BR>
      > <BR>
      > Copy and past the entire link if it wraps...<BR>
      > <BR>
      > - Gary<BR>
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