Re: National Geographic Article

Jeff ,

The lab coats are for show only!  They quickly get filthy in the lab 
environment especially when real work is being done.

Richard Hull, TCBOR

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Date: Monday, April 22, 1996 9:00AM

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> The July 1993 issue of National Geographic magazine has an article on
> lightning, with some pictures of Tesla coils.
> Bryan Zublin
> bzublin-at-gi-dot-com
> [ And a picture of Richard Hull, one of our list subscribers too! -- Chip 

Yeah, I've got two copies. One for the coiling lab and the other for
safe keeping! National Geographic chose well as Richard is a fine
representation of us all.

I asked my wife about lab coats for our Tesla group (South Bay Tesla
Coilers - www.ddlabs-dot-com/tesla.html) and she quickly vetoed it...