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The Tesla Mystique

For BSRF. Previously "Tesla: What He Is, What He Ain't." This is a new posting, extensively revised 2009. Despite his obscurity, the greatest genius of all time was Nikola Tesla. Geniuses like Tesla and Einstein come along only every 50 years or so. Tesla was a...

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A Capsule Biography of Nikola Tesla

TESLA Nikola (1856-1943), electrical inventor. Born Serbia. Educated at the polytechnical school at Graz and at University of Prague. Worked as telephone engineer in Prague and Paris. Conceived new type of electric motor having no commutator, as d.c. motors have, but...

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Tesla Anti-gravity Coil Surfaces

first posted 3/11 reposted 10/21/11 E-mail recived 1/14/11: To: George Trinkaus I am an associate producer for History Detectives, a series on PBS. I am hoping you can help me with some research I am doing on the attached cone and coil, which our contributor purchased...

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Blackout: Can Tesla Light the Way?

The American Free Press (October, 2003) Will it be Tesla to the rescue at your home in the next big blackout? Super-efficient Tesla lighting is an ideal back-up for blackout emergencies. A home-built Tesla-coil "lighting plant" can squeeze more hours of illumination...

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Tesla Electrotherapy

Tesla had a hunch that, since his high-potential, high-frequency currents could be passed into the body harmlessly, "these currents might lend themselves to electrotherapeutic uses." Tesla experimented upon himself. When he was struck down in the streets by a New York...

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Who Owns the Ether?

Not surprisingly, the very first entity to claim ownership of the increasingly precious spectrum real estate was Government, in particular that of the U.S. through its navy. The U.S. Navy, between 1900 and 1910, made several attempts to put radio under its sole...

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Technology Articles

Enhancing the Ramsey AM-25

Build an AM radio transmitter Did you know that on the AM band you can broadcast over power lines in your neighborhood? You can't do that on the fashionable FM band, which is 100 times higher in frequency. The AM-25 is a commercial Ramsey kit selling for under $100....

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Vacuum Tube Turns 100

Vacuum Tube in 100th Year Same Old Challenges But what is a cold-cathode multipactor? (Nuts & Volts, November, 2006) The engineering challenges of the hot-cathode vacuum tube are the same today as when it was invented back in 1906: cathode heat, demanding power...

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Official Science

Why Buzzed Driving Is Not Drunk Driving

Army study found no impairment by George Trinkaus If you reside in a state where marijuana has been made legal, you are a target for the buzzed-driving-is-drunk-driving campaign. This propaganda is conducted by government agencies like the Oregon Department of...

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Orthocracy Speaks

Preface Are we governed by a philosophy of rule that goes unperceived and unspoken? Is there a hidden technology of rule? I say, yes. Moreover, I contend that the real rules of rule are unutterable and that one of those rules itself (Rule 12) dictates that they be...

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Nerd Flu

Scientists Produce First Digital-to-Human Viral Infection, Predict Pandemic Pharmaceuticals see "bio-digital" bonanza, as Congress ponders emergency powers. BETHESDA, Md. -- A U.S. scientific team has engineered the first successful crossover of a computer virus to...

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TABLE OF TOXICITY

The High Rank of Fluorides among Toxins The most telling case against fluoridation I've ever seen was a table of toxicity expressed in grams-to-kill. A toxicity table is the science in a nutshell. Fluoride compounds show a shockingly high status when ranked among...

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Did an EMP Cripple The Costa Concordia?

EMP (electromagnetic pulse): an electric discharge, huge and sudden, that can impose itself upon remote circuits, causing overload and failure. Why would anyone question the official story? The cruiseship ran aground because the captain was drunk. Every news medium...

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The SAWS Memo

If you think government will ever allow alternative energy, you haven't seen the SAWS Memo. "SAWS" means Sensitive Application Warning System. In the U.S. Patent Office, certain ideas innocently submitted in patent applications by American inventors are considered so...

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Media 911 Articles

Introduction to Media 911

Media 911 1. NBC Spins 911 2. 911: Some WTC History You Might Not Know 3. 911: Griffin Reconsidered 4. How 911 Strains KBOO's Little Secret 5. 911: Selling AIDS and World War III 6. Web Surveillence by the Pentagon 7. The Pod and the Petty 8. A Mass Media Bibliography...

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NBC Spins 911

(first published in print April 2002) This is a review of NBC-TV News coverage of the September 11, 2001 event from about 10:30 AM EDT (when the video recorder, here in the Pacific time zone, finally got rolling) to 2:00 PM EDT, when officials began declaring a sort...

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Some WTC History You Might Not Know

from a video-talk on the Dawson-Perry Report at the Portland Central Library, 7/12/05 I lived in New York in the 1960's, when the World Trade Center and the twin towers were going up. In New York, the 60's was an era of intense urban destruction and frantic high-rise...

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911: Griffin Reconsidered

a book review Can a liberal college professor bring vitality to the challenge-911 movement, or could his influence neutralize its spirit? David Ray Griffin’s The New Pearl Harbor has acquired a biblical status in certain circles of the 911 "truth" movement. Here in...

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How 911 Strains KBOO’s Little Secret

December, 2005 (KBOO is the Pacifica-type FM in Portland, Oregon) If you expect KBOO to behave like an open forum on the 911 issue (and on a cluster of other issues), you may be asking more of your "community" radio station than it is, institutionally, capable of...

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Selling AIDS and World War III

The best ally any brainwashing campaign ever has, be it for a disease or for a war, is a body count, the bigger and more vivid the better. Until the AIDS campaign had AZT, the body count had to be conjured in the public imagination with scare projections and with Rock...

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Notes on Military Web Surveillance

Will the Pentagon spider crawl all over this posting? Notes on Military Web Surveillance My e-book publisher in Vermont, who publishes my Tesla-technology work, also offers a free download of my NBC Spins 911. Having noticed an unusual number of downloads of that...

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The Pod and the Petty

"Pod" refers to the suggestion by David vonKleist in his controversial 911 video In Plane Site that explosive missiles were attached to the aircraft that presumably struck the twin towers. VonKleist insists that, in a close inspection of the TV footage of that second...

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911: A Mass-Media Bibliography

It's not just spin, folks. Meet the big-lie propaganda. Few so-called media critics of today dare to acknowledge that such a phenomenon as a big-lie propaganda even exists. In fact, most abet campaigns like 911, AIDS, and global warming, while dismissing any doubters...

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Gentrification Articles

Developer Tom Hears from a Model Downtowner

Dear Tom Moyer, Here's my $1.2 million check in advance for a studio condo in your fabulous Moyer Tower. Since you plan only eighty-five condos in your new office tower, I want to get right in there on the top floor, so to speak. Floor thirty-something would be nice,...

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The Virginia Cafe Meets The Cement Mixer

You could call it the art of romancing the tavern culture while trashing it. “Regulars Need New Barstools" says the headline in that odd obituary in the Portland Tribune (2/2/07). That means move on now, Virginia-Cafe folks. Your bar will be demolished. This...

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Planning coup puts czar in charge

from the high rise times news service for Park Avenue Concern (PAC) Meet Bob Thompson, planning czar. Was he elected? Appointed by the mayor, the city council, the planning commission? No. So who is this city-planner supreme? Why, he's Tom Moyer's architect. City...

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Who Killed Downtown?

"For public space there is no respect." There are five organizational actors in the downtown makeover campaign who go relatively unappreciated. They reside in city government, in media, in associations, in professional and industrial firms, and in various informal...

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