Re: [usa-tesla] Re: Quantum Dimensions
- Dear Ed: Henry Pujarich, M.D., told me how he "discovered"
the papers of Nikola Tesla hidden away in a warehouse in
New York City. His story is that he obtained their release and
(as a person of Yugoslav ancestry) made arrangements
for them to be turned over to the Yugoslav government.
This could be an exciting aspect of Tesla history were
any further documentation to come forth.
With respect to keeping secrets, as far as engineers
are concerned then why didn't anyone spill the beans
over at Alamogordo as the first atomic bomb was being
prepared for detonation (from the top of a steel tower
if I remember history correctly)? Especially the ones with
wives and children. Why didn't ANYONE let the cat out
of the bag? Because security personnel threatened to
take them out if they talked! I have that first-hand from
one of them during his retirement years in Palos Verdes.
> "True... but the government did so illegally, because Tesla was a
> citizen, not an alien, so the alien property act
> should not have applied to his property. Various branches of the US
> military examined all of his notes in detail
> while the property was impounded, and there is not verified evidence
> that all of it was ever turned over to his
> nephew, IMO. The only reason that Sava Kosanovich even obtained Tesla's
> stuff was that the Yugoslavian
> government aided him in filing suit against the US Federal government to
> obtain these possession. I don't think
> that they obtained what was left of Tesla's belongings until 1956 or so.
> If this was the case, then there was 12-13
> years for things to disappear, if anything did, and I suspect that there
> was not a full accounting of everything to
> start with. However, I could be wrong... but you can bet if the Army or
> Navy found anything in Tesla's notes of
> possible military significance or potential, it would have been withheld
> as a matter of national security.
> I agree on that last point. However, if anything was found it's been
> kept under wraps for all these years and hasn't appeared in any
> operating systems. Having been involved in the classified systems
> business since 1945 I find it impossible to believe that anything "good"
> could have escaped public notice or, at least, notice within "the
> community". People like to talk too much and engineers are the worst of
> the lot. Still a subject for intriguing speculation.
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- "Why didn't anyone at Almagordo spill the beans during WW II? THEY DID!
I believe this was why Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were fried.
I've always believed that the reason for all this sacred and top sacred
is to keep it from the American public."
Don't forget David Greenglass and Klaus Fuchs!