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Old 03-03-2005, 12:04 AM
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1 334,823 1886 January 26 Commutator for Dynamo Electric Machines
2 335,786 1886 February 9 Electric Arc Lamp
3 335,787 1886 February 9 Electric Arc Lamp
4 336,961 1886 March 2 Regulator for Dynamo Electric Machines
5 336,962 1886 March 2 Regulator for Dynamo Electric Machines
6 350,954 1886 October 19 Regulator for Dynamo Elecric Machines
7 359,748 1887 March 22 Dynamo Electric Machine
8 381,968 1888 May 1 Electro Magnetic Motor
9 381,969 1888 May 1 Electro Magnetic Motor
10 381,970 1888 May 1 System of Electrical Distribution
11 382,279 1888 May 1 Electro Magnetic Motor
12 382,280 1888 May 1 Electrical Transmission of Power
13 382,281 1888 May 1 Electrical Transmission of Power
14 382,282 1888 May 1 Method of Converting and Distributing Electric Currents
15 382,845 1888 May 15 Commutator for Dynamo Electric Machines
16 390,413 1888 October 2 System of Electrical Distribution
17 390,414 1888 October 2 Dynamo Electric Machine
18 390,415 1888 October 2 Dynamo Electric Machine or Motor
19 390,721 1888 October 9 Dynamo Electric Machine
20 390,820 1888 October 9 Regulator for Alternate Current Motors
21 396,121 1889 January 15 Thermo Magnetic Motor
22 401,520 1889 April 16 Method of Operating Electro Magnetic Motors
23 405,858 1889 June 25 Electro Magnetic Motor
24 405,859 1889 June 25 Method of Electrical Power Transmission
25 406,968 1889 July 16 Dynamo Electric Machine
26 413,353 1889 October 22 Method of Obtaining Direct from Alternating Currents
27 416,191 1889 December 3 Electro Magnetic Motor
28 416,192 1889 December 3 Method of Operating Electro Magnetic Motors
29 416,193 1889 December 3 Electro Magnetic Motor
30 416,194 1889 December 3 Electric Motor
31 416,195 1889 December 3 Electro Magnetic Motor
32 417,794 1889 December 24 Armature for Electric Machines (A. Schmid & N. Tesla)
33 418,248 1889 December 31 Electro Magnetic Motor
34 424,036 1890 March 25 Electro Magnetic Motor
35 428,057 1890 May 13 Pyromagneto Electric Generator
36 433,700 1890 August 5 Alternating Current Electro Magnetic Motor
37 433,701 1890 August 5 Alternating Current Motor
38 433,702 1890 August 5 Electrical Transformer or Induction Device
39 433,703 1890 August 5 Electro Magnetic Motor
40 445,207 1891 January 27 Electro Magnetic Motor
41 447,920 1891 March 10 Method of Operating Arc Lamps
42 447,921 1891 March 10 Alternating Electric Current Generator
43 454,622 1891 June 23 System of Electric Lighting
44 455,067 1891 June 30 Electro Magnetic Motor
45 455,068 1891 June 30 Electrical Meter
46 455,069 1891 June 30 Electric Incandescent Lamp
47 459,772 1891 September 22 Electro Magnetic Motor
48 462,418 1891 November 3 Method of and Apparatus for Electrical Conversion and Distribution
49 464,666 1891 December 8 Electro Magnetic Motor
50 464,667 1891 December 8 Electrical Condenser
51 487,796 1892 December 13 System of Electrical Transmission of Power
52 511,559 1893 December 26 Electrical Transmission of Power
53 511,560 1893 December 26 System of Electrical Power Transmission
54 511,915 1894 January 2 Electrical Transmission of Power
55 511,916 1894 January 2 Electric Generator
56 512,340 1894 January 9 Coil for Electro Magnets
57 514,167 1894 February 6 Electrical Conductor
58 514,168 1894 February 6 Means for Generating Electric Currents
59 514,169 1894 February 6 Reciprocating Engine
60 514,170 1894 February 6 Incandescent Electric Light
61 514,972 1894 February 20 Electric Railway System
62 514,973 1894 February 20 Electrical Meter
63 517,900 1894 April 10 Steam Engine
64 524,426 1894 August 14 Electromagnetic Motor
65 555,190 1896 February 25 Alternating Motor
66 567,818 1896 September 15 Electrical Condenser
67 568,176 1896 September 22 Apparatus for Producing Electric Currents of High Frequency and Potential
68 568,177 1896 September 22 Apparatus for Producing Ozone
69 568,178 1896 September 22 Method of Regulating Apparatus for Producing Currents of High Frequency
70 568,179 1896 September 22 Method of and Apparatus for Producing Currents of High Frequency
71 568,180 1896 September 22 Apparatus for Producing Electrical Currents of High Frequency
72 577,670 1897 February 23 Apparatus for Producing Electric Currents of High Frequency
73 577,671 1897 February 23 Manufacture of Electrical Condensers, Coils, &c
74 583,953 1897 June 8 Apparatus for Producing Currents of High Frequency
75 593,138 1897 November 2 Electrical Transformer
76 609,245 1898 August 16 Electrical Circuit Controller
77 609,246 1898 August 16 Electric Circuit Controller
78 609,247 1898 August 16 Electric Circuit Controller
79 609,248 1898 August 16 Electric Circuit Controller
80 609,249 1898 August 16 Electric Circuit Controller
81 609,250 1898 August 16 Electrical Igniter for Gas Engines
82 609,251 1898 August 16 Electric Circuit Controller
83 611,719 1898 October 4 Electrical Circuit Controller
84 613,735 1898 November 8 Electric Circuit Controller
85 613,809 1898 November 8 Method of and Apparatus for Controlling Mechansim of Moving Vessels or Vehicles
86 645,576 1900 March 20 System of Transmission of Electrical Energy
87 649,621 1900 May 15 Apparatus for Transmission of Electrical Energy
88 655,838 1900 August 14 Method of Insulating Electric Conductors
89 11,865 1900 October 23 Method of Insulating Electric Conductors
90 685,012 1901 October 22 Means for Increasing the Intensity of Electrical Oscillations
91 685,953 1901 November 5 Method of Intensifying and Utilizing Effects Transmitted Through Natural Media
92 685,954 1901 November 5 Method of Utilizing Effects Transmitted Through Natural Media
93 685,955 1901 November 5 Apparatus for Utilizing Effects Transmitted From a Distance to a Receiving Device Through Natural Media
94 685,956 1901 November 5 Apparatus for Utilizing Effects Transmitted Through Natural Media
95 685,957 1901 November 5 Apparatus for the Utilization of Radiant Energy
96 685,958 1901 November 5 Method of Utilizing Radiant Energy
97 723,188 1903 March 17 Method of Signaling
98 725,605 1903 April 14 System of Signaling
99 787,412 1905 April 18 Art of Transmitting Electrical Energy Through the Natural Mediums
100 1,061,142 1913 April 29 Fluid Propulsion
101 1,061,206 1913 May 6 Turbine
102 1,113,716 1914 October 13 Fountain
103 1,119,732 1914 December 1 Apparatus for Transmitting Electrical Energy
104 1,209,359 1916 December 19 Speed Indicator
105 1,266,175 1918 May 14 Lightning Protector
106 1,274,816 1918 August 6 Speed Indicator
107 1,314,718 1919 September 2 Ship's Log
108 1,329,559 1920 February 3 Valvular Conduit
109 1,365,547 1921 January 11 Flow Meter
110 1,402,025 1922 January 3 Frequency Meter
111 1,655,113 1928 January 3 Method of Aerial Transportation
112 1,655,114 1928 January 3 Apparatus for Aerial Transportation

Not to mention the hundreds of fellow scientists he helped out free of charge and was never granted acknowledgment. Thats what I love most about him. He believed in people and wanted to help the human race.

His biggest flaw was his nievity.

Einstein was certainly reasonably gifted. It's now well acknowledged his wife did most of the work and very early papers acknowledge this.

Now of course the Germans like Bohr and quantum mechanics are taking over relativity.

I'd just be happy for better t.v reception where I live.

Many scientists of his time acknowledged his genius including Edison himself and the likes of Marconi who begged him to allow him to observe him in his laboratory.

I have a great docudrama on Tesla but the qualities a little low. It stars Orson Welles and others. Ironically it was produced by a Serbian T.V company. Strange that Hollywood never wanted to know. They made a stupid film about an idiot with too much money who loved to fly however called Howard Hughs.

Perhaps I could post a little.

Not to mention his patents you or I will never see.

He died suddenly and mysteriously in a hotel room in I think New York in 1943.

Associates comment that he was meeting Roosevelt to discuss plans for a secret weapon to end the war.

Whatever...i cant wait for the movie. If they stuff it up i'll never watch another Hollywood production.

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Old 03-03-2005, 12:12 AM
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Nikola Tesla: A Spark of Genius
Carol Dommermuth-Costa

NIKOLA TESLA'S EARTHQUAKE MACHINE
Dale Pond, Walter Baumgartner

NIKOLA TESLA - Colorado Springs Notes, 1899 - 1900

The Fantastic Inventions of Nikola Tesla
Nikola Tesla, David Hatcher Childress

My Inventions: The Autobiography of Nikola Tesla
Nikola Tesla, Ben Johnston (Editor)

Tesla: Man Out Of Time
Margaret Cheney

The Inventions, Researches, and Writings of Nikola Tesla
Thomas C. Martin

Lets face it...who's heard of him?

That should say all about just what he tried to give the world.
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Old 03-03-2005, 05:11 AM
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No man contributed more to the advancement of

the 21st century and he died penniless and unknown

to those he helped today. That is the power of

the NWO to blackout what it really important.

I hope all of you are enjoying the high price

of oil today. Tesla believed oil was not the way

to power things.
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Old 03-03-2005, 06:02 AM
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BTW people...thats a list of Tesla's patents not including the ones classified by the military.
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Old 03-03-2005, 06:05 AM
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Many scientists of his time acknowledged his genius including Edison himself and the likes of Marconi who begged him to allow him to observe him in his laboratory.

That was a comment on Tesla NOT Einstein.


Also that long post are his patents...that may not be clear.
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Old 03-03-2005, 06:25 AM
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How many patents does Einstein have if he was that

brilliant ? Brilliant at fooling the world he

was good indeed thanks to the NWO.

Hey Truebeliever have you read anything on

Royal Rife ? There is a connection with

what Telsa discovered about resonance and what

Royal Rife did with his machines to cure cancer.

Know anything about that ?

http://www.rense.com/health/rife.htm
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Old 03-03-2005, 06:50 AM
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No, have bookmarked and will read later and comment.

Off to bed.

Here is the movie I talked about. It actually has some big stars in it.

http://images.amazon.com/images/P/B000083C6E.01.LZZZZZZZ.jpg

A Serbian production...the place of his birth.

You'd enjoy it Nomad.

Have a good post!
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Old 03-03-2005, 06:53 AM
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I have that movie and all the main books on Tesla

thanks ... I am looking for a statue of him to

erect in front of my house :-D
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Old 03-03-2005, 12:23 PM
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Check out these articles from NEXUS. You might find them interesting.

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<a href="http://www.nexusmagazine.com/articles/schumann.html">THE SCHUMANN RESONANCES AND HUMAN PSYCHOBIOLOGY</a>

<a href="http://www.nexusmagazine.com/articles/freeenergy.html">WHERE IS ALL THE FREE ENERGY?</a>

<a href="http://www.nexusmagazine.com/articles/light.html">HEALING POWER OF FULL-SPECTRUM LIGHT</a>

<a href="http://www.nexusmagazine.com/articles/decloakingpathogens.html">DECLOAKING PATHOGENS WITH LOW-FREQUENCY SOUND WAVES</a>

<a href="http://www.nexusmagazine.com/articles/irt1.html">INDUCED REMISSION THERAPY</a>

<a href="http://www.nexusmagazine.com/articles/bskies1.html">BRIGHT SKIES:
Fireballs & Tesla Weapons Testing</a>
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Old 03-03-2005, 12:54 PM
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Quote:
truebeliever wrote:
Many scientists of his time acknowledged his genius including Edison himself and the likes of Marconi who begged him to allow him to observe him in his laboratory.

That was a comment on Tesla NOT Einstein.


Also that long post are his patents...that may not be clear.
That's true, although at the same time, Edison pretty much did everything in his power to destroy Tesla, no?
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