Re: [usa-tesla] Re: Wow
Tesla's patents are as obtrusive and windy at times,
basically to disguise the essence of the invention and
not have it replicated. This hyper-speed antenna does
cover an assemblage of parts:
An improved antenna comprising:
a 620 watt Halogen pencil lamp;
first and second thin wires attached to said lamp,
said first thin wire biased at +2000 V DC, said second
thin wire biased at -2000 V DC;
an inductor housing enveloping said lamp;
first and second electromagnets attached to said
inductor housing, said electromagnets oriented such
that both magnetic norths are disposed toward the
center of said inductor housing; a magnetic injection
assembly disposed between said electromagnets; and a
BNC connector in serial connection with said magnetic
I thought you actually tried it since you said 'The
patent is nonsense, of course.", implying that you
knew it violated physics or tried it out.
--- Ed Phillips <evp@...> wrote:
> G.C.L. wrote:__________________________________________________
> > Ed,
> > What's your basis on saying this patent is
> > Have you tried it out?
> > GL
> Read the thing, then read other patents (Tesla's,
> for example). It it
> covers an explicit assemblage of parts, which is
> patentable without
> regard to whether it will work. I have not, of
> course, tried it out.
> Why don't you!
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